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Neo-classicism and Romanticism in the Philippines

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Neo-classicism and Romanticism
Felix Hidalgo was one of the great Filipino painters of the late 19th century who was significant in the Philippine history for inspiring members of the Philippine reform movement.
Felix Ressurection Hidalgo y Padilla (1855-1913)
Juan Luna y Novicio (1857-1899)
Neo-classicism and Romanticism in the Philippines
Here in the Philippines, the ideology of Neoclassicism and Romanticismcan be seen through various major artworks such as paintings, sculpture and architectural structures. Some of the well-known contributing artists express their skills and ideas in their own respective field of specialization.
The Christian Virgins Being Exposed to the Populance
by Felix Hidalgo
The painting portrays two scatily clothed Christian female slaves being mocked by a group of boorish Roman male onlookers.
Juan Luna was a painter and sculptor, who became one of the first recogized Philippine artists. He was also a political activist of the Philippine Revolution during the late 19th century.
Spoliarium by Juan Luna
The subject of Luna's spoliarium can be interpreted as an allegory of Imperial Rome corresponding to Imperial Spain.
Fernando Cuesto Amorsolo (1892-1972)
Amorsolo was an National Artist in Painting. He was a portraitist and painter of rural Philippine landscapes. and he was popularly known for his craftsmanship and mastery of the use of light.
Planting Rice with Mayon Volcano by Amorsolo
Guillermo Estrella Tolentino (1890-1976)
Tolentino is a Filipino sculptor who was named National Artist for the Visual Arts in 1973, and is hailed as the "Father of the Philippine Arts".
Pambansang bantayog ni Andres Bonifacio by Tolentino
Napoleon Isabel Veloso Abueva
Abueva is a National artist for sculpture. He was entitled as the "Father of Modern Philippine Sculpture". He has been the only Boholano to be given the distinction of National Artist of The Philippines in the field of visual arts.
Ilo-ilo Customs House
It is the second customs house after Manila's. The architecture of the Iloilo Customs house is a copy f the immigration building in Manila, which is characterized by a tall tower rising at the center of the building.
Neoclassical and Romantic Architecture
Siyam na diwata ng sining by Napoleon Abueva
Sorsogon Municipal Building- originated from a small tribal settlement of hunters and fishermen located at the Delta of Danlog River.
Paco is a station n the Southrail lineof the Philippine National Railways. This is alaso the last station beside Quirino Avenue before turning left towards Pres. Sergio Osmena Highway.
Corregidor Island- is an island located at the entrance of Manila bay in southwestern part of luzon island in the Philippine. Due to this location, Corregidor was fortified with several coastal artillery and ammunition magazines to defend the entrance of Manila bay and the city of Manila from attacks by enemy warships in the event of war.
The kapitolyo as it is commonly called is not just a compound full of buildings but is a sightseeing spot known not only to Sta. Cruz residents but also to people from all over mainly because of the aesthetic installations contain within its walls.
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