Philippine Artists:
Original and Authentic Paintings,
Studies and Sketches


The artwork featured in these pages are part of a private collection now for sale.  They have been in the care of their present owner for the past 30 years.  All paintings, sketches and studies come with certificates of authenticity.  Some may have undergone restoration.

A small collection of rare and beautiful antiques are also for sale.  

All items are located in Makati City, Philippines.  For inquiries, please contact the webmaster:

rgpalanca2005 @


Gallery of Art I

Gallery of Art II

Gallery of Antiques





Hernando R. Ocampo


H.R. Ocampo (1911-1978) was one of the leading figures in modern Philippine art.   He was a nationalist who depicted the cruel realities of life in the Philippines during the war years, while also portraying her natural beauties.  Fernando Amorsolo’s influence showed in his earlier paintings, but Ocampo developed a complex and abstract style of his own.  Some of the works he produced in later years were inspired by science-fiction. 

Though known today mainly as a painter, Ocampo had also worked as a successful writer, editor and playwright.   He was accorded the status of National Artist in Visual Arts 1991.

The paintings and studies in this collection date from the closing phase of the artist’s career.



Carlos Francisco


The Poet of Angono, Carlos “Botong” Francisco was only the second Filipino to be recognized as National Artist in Painting (after Fernando Amorsolo).  He was one of the leaders of the modernist movement and the father of mural painting in the country.

Francisco was quite fond of historical subjects, often designing outfits for “costume” pictures such as Romeo and Juliet, Ibong Adarna, the Juan Tamad series and Genghis Khan (of which he was also the scriptwriter).

Francisco’s best-known works include Fiesta, Stations of the Cross, The Invasion of Limaong and Bayanihan.




H.R. Ocampo (I)


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Title: Araw Araw Ay Pasko Ng Pagkabuhay

Medium: Oil

Size: 32” by 24”

Price: P800,000.00


Title: Abstraction 98 (blue and orange)

Medium: Watercolor

Size: 21” x 14”

Price: 450,000.00


Title: Abstraction 96 (gold)

Medium: Watercolor

Size: 21.5” x 29.25”

Price: 450,000.00




Carlos “Botong” Francisco” (I)



Title: Study of Bayanihan

Medium: Crayon

Size: 13.5" x 19.5"

Price: P500,000




 Carlos “Botong” Francisco” (II)






 Title: Genghis Khan Sketches (20 pieces)

Medium: Charcoal

Size: 8.5” x 11”

Price: P500,000


Other Works




Title: Barung-Barong

By: Antonio Dumlao

Medium: Watercolor

Size: 19.5" x 25.5"

Year: 1971

Price: P500,000.






Title: Tuba Vendor

By: Jorge Pineda

Medium: Pastel

Size: 12" x 17.5"

Year: 1927

Price: P1,000,000.





Title: Nude Sketch

By: Fernando Amorsolo

Medium: Charcoal

Size: 8.5  x  11.5

Price: P250,000.00





Go to Gallery II for works by H.R. Ocampo

Go to Gallery III for antiques for sale.


All featured works come with certificates of authenticity.

They have been in the possession of the current owner for the past 30 years.

Prices denominated in Philippine pesos. 

 For inquiries, please send e-mail to rgpalanca2005 @ yahoo . com.