Paintings: Quezon City and San Isidro Labrador

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Clean Kitchen

Dirty Kitchen

Tinikling in Oil

Harvest

Pista ni San Isidro Labrador

One Sunday Afternoon,1984

Catching Chicken, 1998

Potting Flowers

Market Scene, 1975 Oil in Canvas

Fruit Vendor

Interaction

The Sketch

Parisian Life

Spolarium, 1884

Homage to Tandang Sora, 1997

Monumento ni Bonifacio, 1930

Allegorical Harpoon

People Power, 1993

Spirit of Pinaglabanan, 1974

Penitensya, 1982

Amihan, 1980
Likha ng mga Kilalang Pintor
Fernando Amorsolo
* Tinikling in Oil - Oil on canvas. Farmers dancing the traditional bamboo dance, named after the field birds that jump about with their long legs. This oil painting on canvas depicts a rural scene where a group of people are shown celebrating a fiesta in Antipolo. The main focus is on a pair of dancers in the field surrounded by revelers both young and old.  * Harvest - The rice planting means, to remember the history/culture of every filipino human that the our farmers is the main topic. Rice planting by Fernando Amorsolo is the most beautiful and amazing paint that he did. * Washing Clothes, 1958- A woman wearing a red skirt and sash, and a white blouse and head covering, holds up the clothes she is washing with her left hand. According to Sylvia Amorsolo-Lazo, "This scene could be in one of the streams in Marilao, or Sta. Maria, or Bocaue in Bulacan Province as these are the places he frequented spending time working on the spot. Manuel Baldemor

* Pista ni San Isidro Labrador- In the Quezon towns of Lucban and Sariaya, the Maytime fiesta of San Isidro Labrador decks the houses in kiping, colorful leaf shapes made of rice flour formed into chandeliers and floral arrangements. The kiping covers all available space, together with the harvest of fruits and grain, handicrafts, and other products of the town. * One Sunday Afternoon, 1984-

Anita Magsaysay- Ho
* Catching Chicken, 1998- it measures 50x65 cm.
* Potting Flowers- it was made during 1981. It is oil on canvas and measures 91.4 x 121.9 cm, Vicente Manansala
* Market Scene, 1975 Oil in Canvas- It is one of his paintings which employed “cubism” as manifested by the angles and planes floating around to form the whole picture through different shades and colors. * Fruit Vendor-

* Sanaklaot- 1948. Oil on Canvas. 23 x 24 inches. From the collection of the Museum of Philippine Art. * Balut Vendor- it was painted by the use of watercolor

Victoria Edades
* Interaction- a painting by Carlos Francisco + Galo Ocampo + Victorio Edades during 1935 * The Sketch- a painting by Victorio Edades which is oil on canvas and measures 96cm x 117cm  in the year 1920. Juan Luna

* Parisan Life- The Parisian Life, also known as Interior d'un Cafi is an 1892 oil on canvas impressionist painting by Filipino painter and revolutionary activist Juan Luna. The painting presently owned by the Government Service Insurance System is currently exhibited at the National Museum of the Philippines after the state pension fund transferred management of its collection to the National Museum in March 2012. * Spolarium, 1884- The Spoliarium is the most valuable oil-on-canvas painting by Juan Luna, a Filipino educated at the Academia de Dibujo y Pintura (Philippines) and at the Academia de San Fernando in Madrid, Spain. With a size of 4.22 meters x 7.675 meters, it is the largest painting in the Philippines. Hernando Ocampo

* Hernado Ocampo- Hernando R. Ocampo (April 28, 1911 – December 28, 1978) is a Filipino National Artist in the visual arts. He is also fictionist, a playwright and editor. Hernando Ruiz Ocampo was a leading radical modernist artist in the Philippines. * Homage to Tandang Sora, 1977- painted by Hernando R. Ocampo (1911 - 1978)the material or medium used was Acrylic. Melchora Aquino also known as "Tandang Sora", was a Filipina Revolutionary. She symbolizes heroism,...
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