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Kaahumanu, arguably the most influential woman in the course of Hawaiian history, was considered to be the most powerful woman in Hawaiian society as King Kamehameha’s trusted adviser.

She wielded her political power as his favorite wife and the KIngdom’s first Kuhina Nui (similar to a prime minister) to campaign for the rights of Native Hawaiian women.

Under her counsel she staged a turning point in Hawaiian society: convincing the young King Kamehameha II to publicly eat at the same table with women (a major taboo), which in turn abolished the ancient kapu system that prohibited women from engaging in the same activities once only reserved for men.



  • Printed on fine art paper, using archival pigments. The print has an additional 5-10cm paper border for signing and framing. 
  • All fine art prints are part of a Limited-Edition collection.  Signed and numbered by Liesel, including a certificate of authenticity.  
  • Sold as a loose print and carefully rolled in a thick tube for safe shipping. 
  • International orders may be subject to import taxes and duties after purchase
  • For getting your print framed, technically add a 7cm matt board and a 5cm width frame around image as a guideline.
  • Custom sizes and framing available on request. 
  • Please expect a two week turn around for all printing. 
  • Interior designers receive industry rates.

 Please contact Liesel for custom size orders or any questions you may have.


*please note colours may appear slightly different on various screens and devices. The edge to edge image depicts the scanned artwork and is the closest reference to the print colour you will receive. Be mindful that photoshoots and styled imagery you see may have filters or be brightened when editing, but I promise you will adore your new piece up close and it is even better in person.

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