Art Philippines By Juan T. Gatbonton, Jeannie E. Javelosa, Lourdes Ruth R. Roa
Philippine Art presents a selection of works and artists “spanning 400 years” with a focus on the turn of the century and into Philippine modernism prior to the book’s publication in 1992. Edited by lead editor Juan T. Gatbonton, a star cast of contributing writers include Alice Guillermo, Leo Benesa, Cid Reyes, Alicia Coseteng, Emmanuel Torres, Luciano Santiago, Cesare Syjuco and Paul Zafaralla. The books aims to provide a comprehensive study and presentation of varied art practices and examples for the avid art history student and researcher. With an effort to recognize Western influence and its effect on the development and practice in Philippine art over time, balance is also given on the direction of artists who practice with a concious indigenous concept in a modern art making.
Publisher: The Crucible Workshop, Philippine 1992
Conditions: Very Good / Hard Bound / Previously Owned