This book provides a historical survey of art in the Philippines from 1521 until the 1980s, and includes examples of painting, sculpture and printmaking from private as well as public collections. Brief biographies of authors and editors included.

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Access level

Onsite

Location code REFL.GAJ
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

1992

No of pages

384

ISBN / ISSN

9719128801

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
1552-1890: The Loom of Colonial Art

- Luciano P.R. SANTIAGO

1890-1950: The Leap to Modernism

- Lourdes Ruth R. ROA

The Fifties: The Rise of Neo-Realism

- Emmanuel TORRES

The Sixties: The Transition to Maturity

- Alicia COSETENG

The Seventies: Pluralistic Expressions
- Figurative Art of the Seventies

- Jeannie E. JAVELOSA, Paul Blanco ZAFARALLA

- Abstract Art of the Seventies

- Cid REYES

The Eighties and Beyond: Exploring Alternative Ways
- Figurative Art of the Eighties

- Jeannie E. JAVELOSA

- Abstract Art of the Eighties

- Cid REYES

- Alternative Tendencies

- Cesare A.X. SYJUCO

- The Use of Indigenous Materials

- Alice G. GUILLERMO

Sculpture: The Essence of Form

- Alice G. GUILLERMO

Printmaking: Art for the Many

- Leonidas V. BENESA

Art Philippines: A History: 1521 - present
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Art Philippines: A History: 1521 - present