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It’s a record price for the contemporary Filipino artist.  
If you’re going by the weekend sale of that massive mural-style Elmer Borlongan painting and other notable artworks and pieces, then you can say that the want—the need!—for beautiful things is alive and well in Manila.At Salcedo Auction’s Important Philippine Art & Furniture sale, the 13-by-14-feet ...
 
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Throughout his life, Amorsolo’s sketches and studies are estimated to number over 10,000 pieces.
Fernando Amorsolo, the first National Artist of the Philippines for painting, grew up during a time of transition for the country. Amorsolo and his mother moved to Manila and lived with his uncle, Fabian de la Rosa, a painter. Under his uncle’s ...
 
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The Spanish painter’s descendants, who are now based in Budapest, located his resting place in Manila through a Facebook post.
When Mark Zuckerberg and his co-founders established Facebook, their primary goal was to solve a communication gap in 2004. “You know, I was just trying to help connect people at colleges and a few schools,” he said in an interview with CNBC last ...
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