This publication is a documentation of the history of the Philippine Art Gallery (PAG) from 1951 to 1969, narrated by the author, who is closely related to artists in PAG.

Lists of artworks (since 1951) and exhibitions (1958-1966) at PAG are provided in the book.
Alternative title

The Biggest Little Room - Philippine Art Gallery

Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.PKL (Closed Stack)
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

1987

No of pages

176

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

1

Content type

biography, 

directory/guide, 

monograph, 

personal record

Chapter headings
Introduction
The Effects of World War II
The Philippine Art Gallery
A Woman's Courage and Vision
The Neo-Realists
The PAG Group
Influences and Aspirations
Manansala, Ocampo and Legaspi
Luz and Zobel
Exodus to Foreign Lands
The Blossoming of the PAG Artists
The Art Critics
The Young Artists
Contributions of the PAG to Philippine Art
Artworks Exhibited at the PAG
Acknowledgements
The Biggest Little Room
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