Category Archives: Seven Days of Art

Day Seven – Final Day of Art Challenge

“Harvesting Rice” by Philippine national artist Fernando Amorsolo For: Day Seven – Final Day of Art Challenge

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Day Six – Art Challenge

His rendition of Philippine sunlight and its nuances was unparalleled during his time. Fernando Amorsolo was named National Artist in 1972. Tinikling by Fernando Amorsolo For: Day Six – Art Challenge

Day Five Art Challenge

Brenda Fajardo mural at PETA in Manila. For: Day Five Art Challenge

Day Four Art Challenge

Félix Resurrección Hidalgo, La Banca, 1876, Eleuterio M. Pascual collection. For: Day Four Art Challenge

7-day-art-challenge December 07

Day Three – Art Challenge

This is a mural “The Martyrdom of Rizal” by Carlos Botong Francisco, a painting in the Rizal Shrine, Intramuros, Philippines. For: Day Three – Art Challenge

Day Two of Art Challenge

This is a painting by Juan Novicio Luna, 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. For: Day Two of Art Challenge

7-day-art-challenge December 06

Relax (Seven Days of Art: Day ONE)

I saw this challenge in Priorhouse blog and I thought I’d join in.This post is also Day One for the Seven Day Art Challenge (inspired by J. Schlenker at a  thursday’s child).  I’m sharing this painting, Pagsanjan Falls by Fernando Amorsolo (The Greatest Filipino Painter). For: Relax (Seven Days of Art: Day ONE), Day One – Seven Day […]

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