Manoa Valley, Oahu, Hawaii
Anna Woodward, (early 20th century)
Oil on Canvas
Anna Woodward (1868–1935) was an American painter who was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1868. She studied painting at the Académie Julian in Paris with Tony Robert-Fleury, Jules Joseph Lefebvre, and William-Adolphe Bouguereau, and also with George Hitchcock in Holland. By 1918, she was in Hawaii with a studio near Waikiki.[1] During the 1920s and 1930s she produced illustrations and paintings for Paradise of the Pacific. Woodward died in Honolulu in 1935.

The University of Iowa Museum of Art is among the public collections that hold works by Anna Woodward.