This book covers over 400 years of Philippine art history and traces the national tradition of painting, sculpture and printmaking from the religious icons of the Spanish period to avant-garde installations of contemporary conceptual artists. Edited by Juan T. Gatbonton, it brings together the work of leading art historians and critics, including Luciano Santiago, Lourdes Ruth Roa, Emmanuel Torres, Alicia Coseteng, Jeannie Javelosa, Paul Zafaralla, Cid Reyes, Cesare A.X. Syjuco, Alice Guillermo, and Leonides Benesa.
The Crucible Workshop, Philippines
Softcover / 13 x 10.5 inches / 382 pages / Color
One copy only. Previously owned.