Irineo L. Miranda
Irineo L. Miranda (1896-1964) studied and taught at the UP School of Fine Arts and was among the contemporaries of Fernando Amorsolo. While he created watercolors and drawings in the same neo-classical style, he became more known for cartoons and illustrations, earning him the title, the 'dean of Philippine cartoonists'. He created the cover design for the first issue of Graphic magazine in 1927 and also worked for other publications such as Liwayway and El Debate.
This catalog produced to accompany his posthumous exhibition at Galerie Bleue in 1972 features an introduction by Rod Paras-Perez, essays by other artists Cesar Legaspi and Carlos Valino, and the artist's daughter Irinea Miranda Santiago. Also includes a hand list of 100 works selected for the exhibition.
Zone-D Art Publications, Philippines
Softcover / 10 x 8 inches / Unpaged / BW