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ANTHONY NACAYTUNA.pptx

  1. 1. VISUAL ARTS IN THE PHILIPPINES GE 3 ART APPRECIATION JACKYLYN BACULANTA PRESENTED BY: ANTHONY B. NACAYTUNA
  2. 2. Painting is the practice of applying paint applying paint, pigment, color or other medium to a solid surface (called the "matrix" or "support"). The medium is commonly applied to the base with a brush, but other implements, such as knives, sponges, and airbrushes, can be used.
  3. 3. This is my final Requirement In Art Appreciation and In my vlog I discuss about visual art in the Philippines.
  4. 4. TOPIC OUTLINE • PAINTINGS IN THE PHILIPPINES • SCULPTURES IN THE PHILIPPINES • ARCHITECTURE IN THE PHILIPPINES
  5. 5. PAINTINGS IN THE PHILIPPINES Painting is the practice of applying paint applying paint, pigment, color or other medium to a solid surface (called the "matrix" or "support").
  6. 6. SPOLIARIUM by Juan Luna Juan Luna de San Pedro y Novicio Ancheta was a Filipino painter, sculptor and a political activist of the Philippine Revolution during the late 19th century. He became one of the first recognized Philippine artists. Considered the largest painting in the Philippines, “Spoliarium” is among the notable art pieces of Filipino painter Juan Luna. It features the bloody gladiator matches of Romans but is also an allegory to the despair and abuses Filipinos suffered from during the Spanish reign in the country. The artwork currently stands tall at the center of the main gallery of the National Museum of Fine Arts at 4.22 meters x 7.675 meters in dimensions.
  7. 7. PLANTING RICE by Fernando Cueto Amorsolo Fernando Cueto Amorsolo was a portraitist and painter of rural Philippine landscapes. Nicknamed the "Grand Old Man of Philippine Art," he was the first-ever to be recognized as a National Artist of the Philippines. An artist known for his distinctive art style and realistic paintings, Filipino painter Fernando Amorsolo is best known for his depiction of the country’s culture, its picturesque sceneries, portraits of women, and scenes from World War II. One of his most popular paintings is “Planting Rice”, where he depicted a group of farmers both men and women toiling under the sun.
  8. 8. FIRST MASS AT LIMASAWA by Carlos Modesto Botong Francisco Carlos Modesto "Botong" Villaluz Francisco was a Filipino muralist from Angono, Rizal. Francisco was a most distinguished practitioner of mural painting for many decades and best known for his historical pieces. He was one of the first Filipino modernists along with Galo Ocampo and Victorio C. Edades who broke away from Fernando Amorsolo's romanticism of Philippine scenes. According to restorer Helmuth Josef Zotter, Francisco's art "is a prime example of linear painting where lines and contours appear like cutouts. An interpretation of the first documented Christian mass in the Philippines in 1521, “First Mass at Limasawa” is one of Carlos Modesto “Botong” Villaluz Francisco’s most important paintings.
  9. 9. SCULPTURES IN THE PHILIPPINES
  10. 10. BONIFACIO MONUMENT by Guillermo Tolentino Guillermo Estrella Tolentino was a Filipino sculptor and professor of the University of the Philippines. He was designated as a National Artist of the Philippines for Sculpture in 1973, three years before his death. The Bonifacio Monument or Monumento is a memorial monument designed by National Artist Guillermo Tolentino to commemorate Philippine revolutionary Andrés Bonifacio, the founder and Supremo of the Katipunan. The monument is located in a roundabout in Grace Park, Caloocan City.
  11. 11. RETABLO by Napoleon Abueva Polychromed Wood, 17th Century This “retablo” (altarpiece) was executed in 1617 by the carver Juan de los Santos, as the main altarpiece of San Agustin Church in Manila. Later – some said in the XVII, other in the XVIII Century-, was transferred here, to the sacristy, because its ionic-corinthian style no longer conformed with the renovations in the church, which were patterned after the then fashionable baroque style. This “retablo” shows the symmetry of Renaissance architecture, and the broken arch pediment in the upper part the influence of mannerist style. The original wood gilded image of “santos” (Saints) that filled the niches were stolen by the British in 1762, and the North American soldiers in 1898. Some of the “santos” that are actually in the niches, were donated in 1971 by Enrique Santamaría; others came from the Augustinian Monastery of Cebú.
  12. 12. SIYAM NA DIWATANG SINING by NAPOLEON V. ABUEVA The Hardin ng mga Diwata takes its name from and hosts the Abueva sculptural piece, Siyam na Diwata ng Sining. This reinforced concrete work represents the nine muses of art: architecture, dance, film, literature, music, painting, photography, sculpture, and theater. The nude muses, spread around atop a ring-like pedestal are rendered in various stances. Despite strong formal traces of neo-classical influences, their relaxed poses and generous gestures temper the usual severity that the tradition is known for.
  13. 13. ARCHITECTURES IN THE PHILIPPINES
  14. 14. INTRAMUROS by Designed by Geronimo Tongco and Pedro Jusepe Intramuros is the 0.67-square-kilometer historic walled area within the city of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. It is administered by the Intramuros Administration with the help of the city government of Manila. Intramuros was initially called Ciudad Murada or Walled City and it was the capital of the Spaniards in the Philippines. The Walled City served as the primary defense against invasions and attacks from land and sea — the Chinese pirate Limahong, the Dutch, city rebels and the British. Over the years, this fortress was further equipped with moats, ramparts, bastions, gates and sentry towers to improve protection against enemies.
  15. 15. SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH by Juan de Macías (1587– 1607) San Agustin Church is located in General Luna St, Manila, Metro Manila. The present structure is actually the third Augustinian church erected on the site. The first San Agustin Church was the first religious structure constructed by the Spaniards on the island of Luzon. Made of bamboo and nipa, it was completed in 1571, but destroyed by fire in December 1574 during the attempted invasion of Manila by the forces of Limahong. A second wooden structure built on the same site was destroyed in February 1583 by a fire that started when a candle ignited drapery on the funeral bier during services for Spanish Governor-General Gonzalo Ronquillo de Peñalosa
  16. 16. THE MIND MUSEUM by Ed Calma The Mind Museum is a science museum in Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is located on a 1.2-hectare (3.0-acre) lot in the J. Y. Campos Park in Bonifacio Global City, a business district of the city. The museum was designed by architect Ed Calma from Lor Calma & Partners. The design of the structure was inspired from cellular structure and growth and had a solar reflective exterior, natural wind ventilation and rainwater flow drainage.

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