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Hernando Ruiz Ocampo

(1911 -  1978 )
OCAMPO Hernando Ruiz A Sonata For September

Leon Gallery /Feb 7, 2015
34,190.34 - 44,447.44
5,192.93

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Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - Interior

Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - Interior

Original 1964
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Lot number: 455
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Lot Description HERNANDO RUIZ OCAMPO (Filipino, 1911-1978) Interior signed and dated 'H.R. Ocampo '64' (lower left); titled and signed 'INTERIOR/H.R.Ocampo' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 101.5 x 75 cm. (39 1/2 x 29 1/2 in.) Painted in 1964 Literature Angel G. De Jesus, H. R. Ocampo The Artist As Filipino, Heritage Publishing, Philippines, 1979 (illustrated, fig 235, p. 117). View Lot Notes >
Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - Talking Birds

Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - Talking Birds

Original 1956
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Lot number: 189
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Hernando R. Ocampo (1911 - 1978) Talking Birds signed and dated 1956 (lower right) oil on masonite board 30” x 24” (76 cm x 61 cm) Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Literature: Angel G. De Jesus, H.R. Ocampo: The Artist as Filipino, Heritage Publishing, Quezon City, 1979, p. 166 - 167 (illustrated)
Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - Playmates

Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - Playmates

Original 1958
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Lot number: 12
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Lot Description HERNANDO RUIZ OCAMPO (FILIPINO, 1911-1978) Playmates signed and dated 'H.R. Ocampo '58' (lower right) oil on canvas 86 x 126 cm. (34 x 46 in.) Painted in 1958 Provenance Originally from the R Zulueta da Costa Collection Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT ASIAN PRIVATE COLLECTION Literature Angel G. De Jesus, H. R. Ocampo The Artist As Filipino, Heritage Publishing, Philippines, 1979 (illustrated, fig 204, pp. 104-105). Arte de las Islas Registry Entry: No. 183 Playmates
Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - A Sonata For September

Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - A Sonata For September

Original 1978
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Lot number: 124
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Hernando R. Ocampo (1911 - 1978) A Sonata for September signed and dated 1978 (lower right) oil on canvas 34” x 34” (86 cm x 86 cm) PROPERTY FROM THE DR. AND MRS. CONRADO L. LORENZO JR COLLECTION Acquired directly from the artist Art Fair Philippines, Archivo Gallery, Makati City, February 20 - 23, 2014
Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - Lawn Party

Hernando Ruiz Ocampo - Lawn Party

Original 1949
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Ocampo, Hernando Ruiz Lawn Party 1949 oil on canvas 40.5 x 51 cm signed and dated (lower right); inscribed, signed, and dated on the reverse WHEN A PARTY IS NOT JUST A PARTY: "LAWN PARTY", H.R. OCAMPO "Lawn Party", (1949) a previously unknown yet seminal work by Hernando Ruiz Ocampo, (b. 1911, d. 1978) is a rare reflection of the inner workings of the mind of the most cerebral of the Philippines' Thirteen Moderns. H.R. Ocampo was a master of both the paintbrush and the pen, a maverick in both fields, starting as a comrade-in-arms of Manansala, Carlos V. "Botong" Francisco and another Ocampo (Galo) in the league of abstract artists led by Victorio Edades. He was a journalist, playwright, and a novelist at a time when these artistic circles overlapped with newspapermen (H.R. himself was editor of the Sunday Magazine of the Manila Chronicle), painters, and politicians. It was painted in the rough and ready years when Manila was rising raucously from the rubble of the last World War, where nightclubs and swing bands took over the bombed-out mansions of the rich and buccaneers of every flag roamed both the city streets and the corridors of power. The "Lawn Party" captures a fragment of the energy of that hurly-burly era, albeit a more personal subject for H.R, whose other more well-known works of the period morosely document the hunger and dislocation of the post-war years. The "Lawn Party" captures a fragment of the energy of that hurly-burly era, albeit a more personal subject for H.R, whose other more well-known works of the period morosely document the hunger and dislocation of the post-war years. A striking cacophony of shapes and curves, heads and hands, an allegory for not just the figures -- poets and columnists, ex-guerrilla fighters, and fellow artists -- in his own colorful milieu, the painting is also a metaphor of all that was fresh and new, the ideas and arguments, propaganda and proletariat conceits that floated in the ether of those exhilarating times. Using colors as contrasts, creating perspectives through their shadows, suggesting the open air and safe green views in others, the "Lawn Party" is a stunning commentary of the times, a period when Ocampo was hitting his stride as an influential artist. On the face of it, the work draws as its inspiration the regular gatherings that Ocampo attended with his own particular band of brothers. These same artists, writers, and politicos would later become cabinet ministers, publishers and tycoons, as well as the movers and shakers of Philippine art. Could that be Enteng Manansala, Botong Francisco or Galo Ocampo in the lively, bulbous figures? It is no doubt a dazzling example of H.R. Ocampo's own journey of exploration. While it has the abstracted forms of recognizable human faces and figures, the shapes, colors, and forms of later paintings appear -- foreshadowing his later "Mutants" period, that reflected his criticism of the Atom Bomb and the nuclear age of the Fifties. The playful "Lawn Party" likewise previews H.R.'s mastery of the stunning color tonalities that would eventually become his hallmark, as seen in the glorious "Genesis" tapestry commissioned for the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 1969. Part of a collection that spanned several decades, this painting was acquired by one of those friends of the artist, who was in fact well-known for hosting such garden soirees as the "Lawn Party". H.R. Ocampo was posthumously named Philippine National Artist for the Visual Arts in 1991. Previously owned by Angel E. Nakpil.
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