Wores, Theodore, America 1859 to 1939 Oil Paintings
After a year, he proceeded onward to Munich, Germany, and went to the Royal Academy there for a very long time. He headed out to Japan, where he painted numerous class scenes and scenes; those paintings were subsequently displayed in New York and London. He made a trip to Hawaii and Samoa, painting from his encounters there also. His most well-known piece is “The Lei Maker,” and it is displayed today at the Honolulu Museum of Art.