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ALCUAZ, Federico
NATIONAL ARTIST, VISUAL ARTS

 



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"Abstract with Red and Blue" 15" x 19.5" Oil on Board Undated Php 380,000 BUY

 

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"Abstract with Black and Yellow" 10.5" x 14" Oil on Canvas 1978 Php 300,000 BUY

 

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"Abstract with Black, White and Blue" 12" x 16" Oil on Canvas 1978 Php 300,000 BUY

 

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"Abstract with Red & Green" by National Artist Federico Aguilar-Alcuaz 15" x 20" Oil on Canvas 1982 SOLD

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"Abstract with Yellow, Brown and Black" 12" x 17" Oil on Canvas 1979 SOLD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Federico Aguilar Alcuaz (June 6, 1932 - February 2, 2011) is a Philippine painter known for his modern abstract works, visual arts, painting, sculpture and mixed media. He was conferred the National Artist award by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in 2009.

He was born in the City of Manila, the sixth of
eleven children.

For his primary and secondary education he
went to public schools. He took two college
courses simultaneously working towards his
degree as Associate of Arts in San Beda College in the evenings and working towards his Fine Arts degree in UP in the day. His teachers at UP included Fernando Amorsolo, Guillermo E. Tolentino and other distinguished Philippine artists such as Toribio Herrera, Ireneo Miranda and Constancio Bernardo.

Alcuaz' artistic career spans some 55 years.
His best works are said to be those he produced from the mid 1960s to the late 1970s. His talent was recognized not only in Spain and the Philippines but in Paris, with 3 major awards. He has exhibited in Spain, the Philippines, Portugal, Poland, the United States and Germany.

Awards

• 1st Prize, UPCFA Art Competition, 1953
• 1ST Prize, Roadside Squatters, 4th SNSAC
Modern Painting Category, 1954
• 1st Prize, Montcada Award Barcelona, 1957
Francisco Goya Award, Cercle Maillol Barcelona, 1958
Republic Cultural Heritage Award, 1965
• 2nd Prize Prix Vancell, 4th Biennial of
Terrassa (Barcelona Spain),1964

Shows (Philippines)

• One-Man Show, San Beda College, 1953
• One-Man Show, Centro Escolar University, 1954
• One-Man Show, PAG, 1955

Shows (International)

• One-Man Show, Museum of Contemporary Art
Madrid,
1956
• One-Man Show, Galerias Layetanas Barcelona, 1956
• One-Man Show, Galerias Manila Barcelona, 1956
• One-Man Show, Hispanic Cultural Hall Madrid 1957
• One-Man Show, Galerias Layetanas Barcelona, 1957
• One-Man Show, Galeria Dintel, 1957
• One-Man Show, Galeria Dintel, 1958
• Exhibited at Gallery of City Hall of Burgos Spain, 1958
• One-Man Show, Asociacion Artistica Vizcaina
Bilbao
, 1959
• One-Man Show, Galeria Ilescas Bilbao, 1959
• One-Man Show, Galeria Ilescas Bilbao, 1960
• One-Man Show, Sala Vayreda Barcelona, 1960
• One-Man Show, Galeria Ilescas Bilbao, 1962
• One-Man Show, Galeria Ilescas Bilbao, 1972

Reference:
Duldulao, Manuel D. "Twentieth Century Filipino
Artists"
Legacy Publishers, Quezon City. 1995.

 
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