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Philippine National Museum (Random) Artworks

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Tourists viewing the superstar of the museum – “The Spolarium” which was created by the famed Filipino painter / hero Juan Luna.

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The facial expression of the mother tellls something. Maybe apprehension?

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Again. The facial expression. It’s as if something bad will happen to her after entering that door.

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Sculpture by Rizal. I love how it conveys a story. It’s called “Revenge of a Mother” or something like that.

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The Manunggul burial jar. This sculpture is important because it’s a proof of the pre-Hispanic Filipino’s belief of the afterlife.

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First thing that crossed my mind after seeing this: I hope that this Arch was materialized. Like the arches in Paris.

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I never thought you can use jade plus bronze as a medium. Impressive.

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