William Yu: The Life and Works of a Master by Alan Atkins features the work of the Davao-born painter who was once an apprentice of National Artist Cesar Legaspi. "The geometric shape of figures" in Yu's works "is dissolved deliberately into a rather loose and tangential juxtaposition of forms and colors. His composition is more contingent on the dynamic flow of brushwork with calculated use of palette knife on canvas." In this book, it highlights his new style inspired by his study of the Torah, which he termed as "Hallelism".
East Asian Art Gallery, Philippines
Hardcover / 11.25 x 10.25 inches / 372 pages / Color
One copy only. Previously owned, good condition.