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FERNANDO C. AMORSOLO (1892-1972)
Amorsolo was the first genre painter given the National Artist award. He was a traditional classicist artist whose works gained prominence during the early Thirties and Forties for his popularization of the era's rustic Philippine landscape and the lovely dalagang Filipina. 

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  JOSE BLANCO AND FAMILY (1932- PRESENT)
Jose "Pitok" Blanco, Glenn, Noel, Micheal, Joy, Jan, Gay, PeterPaul, and Mother Loring. The family from Angono whose paintings are known to capture the essence of Filipino culture.Their masterpieces infuse folk realism as well as visually tell stories about the natural sense of humor and gentleness of the people.

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 FELIX RESURRECCION HIDALGO  (1853-1913)
Hidalgo's place in Philippine Art was secured in the last quarter of the nineteenth century through his large Neoclassical canvases which harvested Gold and Silver Medals in prestigious International Exhibitions. His paintings portray a delicate sensibility, which a critic has described as "more pure, more serene in feeling."

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JUAN LUNA (1857-1899)
Juan Luna was a 19th century Filipino master whose works are marked with realism, drama and action. His most notable masterpiece is the "Spoliarium" which was entered in 1884 at the prestigious Exposicion General de Bellas Artes in Madrid Spain and won him one of the three gold medals.

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VICENTE S. MANANSALA (1910-1981)
Manansala was part of the avant-garde circle of artists. His paintings are known for using cubism, which reduces reality into planes, simplifying forms, or fragmenting them into a myriad of resonant shapes. In 1981, he was posthumously conferred the Philippine National Artist Award.

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