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Collection by Javier Caliguia

Javier Caliguia
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sundxwn: “ R e F L e C T i o N by Raymond Recato ” Mt. Mayon, island of Luzon in the Philippines.

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baybayin (Alibata) typography

The “Baybayin writing system” also commonly known as the “Alibata” was an old script structure used by these ancient Philippine settlers long before the first Spanish colonizers arrived in 1521. It originated from the ancient Javanese system, the Old Kawi script. It is part of the Brahmic family of syllables derived from the Vatteluttu system (the precursor of the modern Tamil script) used in ancient southern India and Sri Lanka. The Baybayin uses an abugida system based mainly on…

Madonna and Child, Simon Saulog. Seeing Through the Canvas of Simon Saulog : Philippine Art, Culture and Antiquities Madonna Und Kind, Madonna And Child, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Madonna Images, Philippine Art, Thing 1, Soul Art, Traditional Paintings

Seeing Through the Canvas of Simon Saulog : Philippine Art, Culture and Antiquities

June 2011-- I first met Simon Saulog in 1983. I was then a young misfit college student who wanted to become a visual artist. At that time, I thought I have given up on my dream until I met Simon Saulog who rekindled my passion. Initially, my plan was to train formally but Saulog scoffed at the idea and suggested that I attend art workshops instead since he had an opinion that attending school is a waste of time and money. For a while, this confused me as he sounded bitter but soon I…

View Princess Urduja by Fernando Cueto Amorsolo on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Fernando Cueto Amorsolo. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Art, Sculpture, Beauty Art, Artists Like, Art Techniques, Philippines, Oil On Canvas

Princess Urduja 1956: Fernando Amorsolo Y Cuento, is born on May 30, 1892 in Paco, Manila. He was married to Carmen Zaragoza, they are blessed with 14 children. Amorsolo earned a degree from Lieco De Manila Art School in 1909. He was recognized as "Philippine National Artist for Painting" in 1972. He died on April 24, 1972 in Quezon City. He is one of "The Greatest Filipino Painter" of all time.

sashawantsmore: “ Juan Luna’s Maria Clara, for Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere. “ Scanned from Volume V of Kasaysayan: The Story of the Filipino People [published by Reader’s Digest], citing Mariano. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Traditional Paintings, Traditional Art, Artists Like, Famous Artists, Philippine Art, Graphite Art, Philippines


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 “The Righteous Men”. 40 x 60 inches. acrylic on canvas. The Quintessential Artist-Storyteller Emmanuel Garibay : Philippine Art, Culture and Antiquities Filipino Art, Philippine Art, Social Realism, Men In Uniform, Realism Art, Young Boys, Antiquities, Meeting New People, Storytelling

The Quintessential Artist-Storyteller Emmanuel Garibay : Philippine Art, Culture and Antiquities

Emmanuel Garibay was born on November 23, 1962 in Kidapawan, North Cotabato by a father who worked as a pastor in a Methodist church and a mother who worked in the city engineers office. His family moved to Davao city where he spent a secure and happy childhood. In 1968, then only six, Garibays mother provided the earliest significant encouragement for his artistic talent. His work even as a young boy showed a grasp of human character, particularly of soldiers. "Young boys are always…