The Life and Times of Galo B. Ocampo (HB)
Published on the occasion of Galo B. Ocampo's centennial year, this monograph authored by Alice Guillermo narrates the story of one of the Philippines multi-faceted artist. Ocampo (1913-1985) was a painter, muralist, art professor, heraldry expert, designer, museum curator, writer, cultural activist, and one of the Thirteen Moderns who revolutionized Philippine Art. His most famous work, 'Brown Madonna' (1938), a portrait of Mary and Jesus represented by a Filipino mother and child, shifted the iconography of religious art, from the Western to a local model, thus asserting national pride and identity.
McENRHO Book Publishing, Philippines
Hardcover / 12.25 x 12.25 inches / 164 pages / Color