Philippine Religious Imagery
By Fernando Zobel De Ayala
This is an important source book for the study of Philippine religious imagery. In fact, it is among the first serious studies on Philippine religious art.
This book contains a general survey of religious painting, sculpture and related arts, etc during the centuries when the Philippines formed part of the Spanish empire.
The author, an abstract winter, has enhanced the text with a number of explanatory sketches and Nap C. Jamir, the prominent Philippine photographer, has contributed 147 b/w photographs. Stiff paper covers with front and back flaps, 1st printing. Limited to 1500 copies printed by offset lithography on the presses of Carmelo & Bauermann, Inc. ;
Ateneo de Manila, 1963 , First Edition, 154 p., Light wear to cover but all interior pages Very Good Condition, Hardcover.