A special monograph on the life and work of Filipino painter and printmaker Romulo Olazo (1934-2015). It traces his development over a career spanning forty years and aims to define his place in the field of Philippine abstraction. It documents the artist's body of work, which encompasses a range of forms and genres, "from drawings in all media, abstract and figurative, from his splendid landscapes and female nudes, from his exquisite portraits, then to his Diaphanous and Permutation Series." Contributing authors include Cid Reyes, Alice Guillermo, Ma. Victoria Herrera, and Jonathan Olazo.
Paseo Gallery, Philippines
Hardcover with slipcase / 388 pages / 13.75 x 12. 5 inches / Color