Paul Jacoulet, a French-born painter who lived in Japan, traveled to the islands in the 1930s and did sketches and painted the islanders. Now more than 70 years after immortalizing the people of the South Seas in his prints, Jacoulet's art work continues to pique the interest of art lovers and historians.
Readers who are interested to get to know more about Jacoulet and his work, you may visit the Isla Center on Guam where some of his paintings are on exhibit. A project of Dr. Don Rubinstein of the Micronesian Area Research Center, the exhibit runs from October 11 up to November 24.
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