The National Museum invites you as we celebrate the 160th Birth Anniversary of Juan Luna through a series of special free tours of his exhibitions at the National Museum of Fine Arts from October 24 to 27, 2017, 10:30-11:30 in the morning, at the National Museum of Fine Arts entitled ‘Tracing Luna.”
Here are the highlights of the tours throughout the week:
Juan Luna in Rome October 24, 2017
Juan Luna in Paris October 25, 2017
Juan Luna in the Philippines October 26, 2017
Juan Luna and his contemporaries October 27, 2017
The Juan Luna artworks from the National Fine Art Collection of the features some of the most important and iconic works of Juan Luna such as the Spoliarium (the 3rd largest work of Luna and the largest in the Philippines), Una Bulaqueña, Portrait of a Lady, Mi Madre, and several studies for important works such a The Battle of Lepanto and People and Kings. On loan to the National Museum and exhibited prominently are the “Parisian Life” from the Government Service Insurance System and “Bandera Filipina” from the National Library of the Philippines.
As the slots for these special free tours are limited, pre-registration is required. Please book your tour by contacting Ms. Danelyn at the Fine Arts Division: (02) 527-1219 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Poster by Ceres Canilao
© The National Museum of the Philippines (2017)