- Author:Eloisa May P Hernandez
- Publisher:University of the Philippines Press (February 28, 2005)
- Pages:158 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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Hernandez, Eloisa May P. Varying Form of Title: Women visual artists in nineteenth century Philippines. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 147-154) and index
Hernandez, Eloisa May P. Publication, Distribution, et. Diliman, Quezon City. University of the Philippines Press in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, (c)2004. Physical Description: xix, 158 p. : ill. (some co. ;, 23 cm. General Note: Revision of the author's thesis (. University of the Philippines. Bibliography, etc. 147-154) and index. Download Homebound : women visual artists in nineteenth century Philippines Eloisa May . .
Eloisa May Hernandez, P. is an assistant professor at the Department of Art Studies, University of the Philippines. She is the author of Homebound: Women Visual Artists in 19th Century Philippines and co-author of a Philippine Art and Culture, part of a series of books for high school students which aims to stimulate understanding of and appreciation of the multi-cultural nature of Philippine society
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This is a partial list of 20th-century women artists, sorted alphabetically by decades and year of birth. Louise Abbéma (1858–1927), painter, printmaker, sculptor. Helen Allingham (1848–1926), painter, illustrator. Laura Alma-Tadema (1852–1909), painter. Ester Almqvist (1869–1934), Swedish painter. Anna Ancher (1859–1935), Danish painter. Sophie Anderson (1823–1903), painter. Marie-Elmina Anger (1844–1901), nun and painter. Helen Maitland Armstrong (1869–1948), stained glass artist.
Eloisa May P. Hernandez is an associate professor at the Department of Art Studies, College of Arts and Letters, University of the Philippines Diliman, where she teaches art history, photography, popular art and culture, and Philippine cinema. She lectures at the Ateneo de Manila University Fine Arts Program. Professor Hernandez was elected as an executive committee member of the National Committee on Cultural Education of the NCCA for 2004–2007.
In 1860, Marie Bracquemond, a promising young student of the celebrated painter Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, noted, The severity of Monsieur Ingres frightened m. ecause he doubted the courage and perseverance of a woman in the field of paintin. e would assign to them only the painting of flowers, of fruits, of still lifes, portraits and genre scenes. Although she was speaking of her experience within Ingres’ private Parisian studio, Bracquemond’s observations reflect the general limitations of women’s artistic training in France throughout most of the nineteenth century.
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