If you can’t afford an Amorsolo, here’s the next best thing
June 28, 2018
An exclusive, limited-edition home collection inspired by Fernando Amorsolo’s work
The Philippines’ first National Artist was a renaissance man whose art depicted his love for simple country living. The ‘Grand Old Man of Philippine Art’ produced an immense body of work considered masterpieces the world over. The rural landscapes he grew up in greatly influenced his art. Luxury department store Rustan’s presents limited-edition home pieces inspired by the artist’s iconic artwork.
2017 saw the relaunch of the coffee table book Amorsolo: Love & Passion, which was c0-authored by his daughter Sylvia Amorsolo-Lazo. This year, Rustan’s launches the exclusive collection as part of its Rustan’s for the Arts campaign. The campaign is a series of activities and other offerings dedicated to Philippine art and Filipino artistry.
The collection features the artist’s landscapes and portraits printed on plates, coasters, and cardholders, among others. Pillows, totes, and pouches also bear his signature. What’s best about this collection is you get your chance at owning pieces you’ll be proud to display at a price you can afford.
Visit the 5/L of Rustan’s Makati and get your chance to own these collectibles. Every P10,000 purchase gets you a free Amorsolo notepad until supplies last.