Hiraya Gallery Deutschland | Fernando Modesto
Fernando Modesto, moderne philippinische Kunst präsentiert und erhältlich in der Hiraya Gallery in Deutschland.
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  • Fernando Modesto Flowers for Buddha 2

    Bildgröße ( 120 cm x 121 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto Conversation with a Star

    Bildgröße ( 120 cm x 121 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto I Love You

    Bildgröße ( 122 cm x 122 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto Celestial Dance

    Bildgröße ( 120,5 cm x 120,5 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto A Man

    Bildgröße ( 109 cm x 98 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto Archangel

    Bildgröße ( 121 cm x 107 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto Hello!

    Bildgröße ( 147 cm x 121 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto Prayer for St Marys

    Bildgröße ( 117 cm x 117 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto St. Michael

    Bildgröße ( 153 cm x 122 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto Traffic Lights

    Bildgröße ( 130,5 cm x 135 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto St Marys and Four Saints

    Bildgröße ( 149 cm x 1118 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto Red

    Bildgröße ( 119 cm x 125 cm ) H x B

  • Fernando Modesto Angel Peeping Through my Window

    Bildgröße ( 121,3 cm x 121 cm ) H x B

Fernando Modesto

Born 15 September 1959 in Manila, Philippines, Legaspi obtained his Master of Science, Major in Biological Science at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, in 1983 and his Bachelor of Science, Major in Zoology, at the same University in 1979.

 

Born May 22, 1952, Fernando Modesto spent most of his artistic career in Jakarta studying Indonesian culture, an undertaking that has enriched his visual experience.

 

He is a British Council Scholar at the Central School of Art and Design in London, England in 1982. He held exhibitions in countries such as Brazil, Japan, Denmark, Sweden and other European countries.

 

“These is but samples of Fernando Modesto’s perplexing paintings. To approach them is to empty oneself into new worlds, and worlds within worlds. The experience of wonder and fascination we get is really the shock of recognition.” Quintessential Style by Talitha Espiritu – BusinessWorld, November 19, 1992