Isaacs Art Center

Spanning prodigal efforts from her teenaged years as a student in late 19th-century Paris, dazzling masterworks exhibited to global acclaim at the height of her career, to serene late portraits and an enveloping mural left unfinished as of her death, the Tennent Art Foundation Collection comprises the world's largest intact body of art by Madge Tennent (1889-1972), who has been deemed "unquestionably the greatest interpreter of the Hawaiian figure" and "the most important individual contributor to the art of Hawaii in the 20th century."