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Make sure to see these masterpieces in your lifetime.
The National Museum of Fine Arts houses an extensive collection of works by esteemed Philippine artists, from masters like Juan Luna, Felix Resurrection Hidalgo, and Fernando Amorsolo to modernist painters such as Vicente Manansala, José T. Joya, and Hernando R. Ocampo, among ...
 
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Scarlet Snow has a lookalike in another portrait too.
The National Museum finally confirmed the identity of the woman in an unfinished portrait by National Artist Fernando Amorsolo. The woman turned out to be Florencia “Nena” Singson Gonzalez-Belo, the mother of Vicki Belo.The painting by Amorsolo has been sitting in National Museum of ...
 
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Thanks to a culture of benevolence, the National Museum of the Philippines has become a living, thriving institution.
The story of the National Museum of the Philippines is the expression of grandeur on many levels. There are the historic buildings, the priceless collections of art and archaeology, the flora and fauna. But the force behind it is the majesty of ...
 
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There's lots to look forward to!
2016 was pretty big for the local creative scene. We saw the rise of new theaters such as the breathtaking BGC Arts Center and the restoration of an old one, the Manila Metropolitan Theater (a.k.a. Grand Dame of Manila). But it seems ...
 
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This museum, quite literally, is the repository of the country’s art, history, and culture, and there’s always something new to see. Rediscover it by going on a field trip this week.
Since its initial restoration in 2003, the National Museum of Fine Arts has gone from a sleepy, slightly forbidding institution to a bustling museum of the people, with long lines forming outside its colonnaded steps on weekends and holidays.The fact that the ...
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