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. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . chosen the front adjustment of the so-called Kapio-lani cape, shown in Fig. 46, to show the complete matching of the opposite sides, wherethe patterns of the front edges form a complete whole and satisfy the demands of har-mony (Fig. 51); the line of division is almost obliterated and front and back of this capeseem equally complete. Now in the cape of Kekaulike, Fig. 45, the design is not bal NOTES ON THE TECHNIQUE. 57 anced in the middle of the back and there is no expectation that it should be so in front.Let the two designs show the results;

. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . chosen the front adjustment of the so-called Kapio-lani cape, shown in Fig. 46, to show the complete matching of the opposite sides, wherethe patterns of the front edges form a complete whole and satisfy the demands of har-mony (Fig. 51); the line of division is almost obliterated and front and back of this capeseem equally complete. Now in the cape of Kekaulike, Fig. 45, the design is not bal NOTES ON THE TECHNIQUE. 57 anced in the middle of the back and there is no expectation that it should be so in front.Let the two designs show the results; Stock Photo
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. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . chosen the front adjustment of the so-called Kapio-lani cape, shown in Fig. 46, to show the complete matching of the opposite sides, wherethe patterns of the front edges form a complete whole and satisfy the demands of har-mony (Fig. 51); the line of division is almost obliterated and front and back of this capeseem equally complete. Now in the cape of Kekaulike, Fig. 45, the design is not bal NOTES ON THE TECHNIQUE. 57 anced in the middle of the back and there is no expectation that it should be so in front.Let the two designs show the results; Figs. 51 and 52. However it might have pleasedthe old Hawaiians, and that it did is shown by the many examples that have survived,this misfit that a geologist would call a fault is not pleasing to the modern eye.It is shown in the Pauahi cape (I, p. 60, Fig. 53), the Reis cape (VII, PI. Ill), aKamehameha cape (I, p. 451, Fig. 18). Some of these are certainly old, others of moremodern date showing that the oddity was not merely a passing fancy.. II

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