A Century of Realism in Philippine Art (First Revised Edition)
In A Century of Realism in Philippine Art, author Manuel D. Duldulao traces the evolution of Philippine realism within the context of the social, political, intellectual, and economic events, and within the essence of the country's own experience and environment. He locates the tributary moments of the movement, placing each one in the givens of its time and the myriad factors that affected it: Western influences, shifts in patterns of patronage, the system of art instruction, the artist's position in society, and the artist's attitude towards reality.
Fine Arts Corporation, Philippines
Hardcover / 11.25 x 10.25 inches / 323 pages / BW, Color
One copy only. Previously owned, good condition.