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Roger San Miguel

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Philippine Association of Printmakers
  • Member
    The Art Association of the Philippines
12 Total References
Web References
Artists's Biographies - ArtFreaks.com Forums
www.artfreaks.com, 15 Feb 2013 [cached]
Roger San Miguel - Musician of Colors
Roger San Miguel - Musician of Colors - Artists's Biographies - ArtFreaks.com Forums
www.artfreaks.com, 15 Feb 2007 [cached]
Roger San Miguel - Musician of Colors
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The following biography of Roger San Miguel has been reproduced with the very kind permission of Pete Roberts:
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A lot has been written about the art of Roger San Miguel but no one has put it quite as succinctly as Justin Nuyda:
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At the threshold of our century stands the art of painter Roger San Miguel who imposes on us his strong belief that rendering the simplest objects, realistic, abstract or non-objective, can be a summit of perfection, showing the concentrated qualities and power of a great mind.
Often dubbed as the 'Father of Filipino Impressionism, Roger fits perfectly well into the mode of a living institution.
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Roger San Miguel was born (Rogelio) on September 12, 1940 in San Pascual, Buhi, Camarines Sur to local barber Flaviano San Miguel and his wife Celedonia San Miguel.
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Ever modest yet aesthetically adventurous, and at times uncompromisingly vocal, Roger San Miguel is the personification of the quintessential artist. He holds an unwavering respect of the simple things in life, therefore drawing out through his images, an otherwise invisible magic from the most mundane to the more complex realities around us.
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The following biography of Roger San Miguel has been reproduced with the very kind permission of Pete Roberts:
...
A lot has been written about the art of Roger San Miguel but no one has put it quite as succinctly as Justin Nuyda:
...
Often dubbed as the 'Father of Filipino Impressionism, Roger fits perfectly well into the mode of a living institution.
...
Roger San Miguel was born (Rogelio) on September 12, 1940 in San Pascual, Buhi, Camarines Sur to local barber Flaviano San Miguel and his wife Celedonia San Miguel.
...
Ever modest yet aesthetically adventurous, and at times uncompromisingly vocal, Roger San Miguel is the personification of the quintessential artist. He holds an unwavering respect of the simple things in life, therefore drawing out through his images, an otherwise invisible magic from the most mundane to the more complex realities around us.
Roger San Miguel - Musician ...
www.artfreaks.com, 18 May 2004 [cached]
Roger San Miguel - Musician of Colors, The Father of Filipino Impressionism
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The following biography of Roger San Miguel has been reproduced with the very kind permission of Pete Roberts:
...
A lot has been written about the art of Roger San Miguel but no one has put it quite as succinctly as Justin Nuyda:
...
Often dubbed as the 'Father of Filipino Impressionism, Roger fits perfectly well into the mode of a living institution.
Superlative expressions of awe and admiration are often attached to his work.
...
Roger San Miguel was born (Rogelio) on September 12, 1940 in San Pascual, Buhi, Camarines Sur to local barber Flaviano San Miguel and his wife Celedonia San Miguel.
...
Ever modest yet aesthetically adventurous, and at times uncompromisingly vocal, Roger San Miguel is the personification of the quintessential artist.He holds an unwavering respect of the simple things in life, therefore drawing out through his images, an otherwise invisible magic from the most mundane to the more complex realities around us.
His long list of local and international expositions from 1961 up to the present include art festivals in Caracas, Valenzuela (1967), Vancouver, Canada (1967), Sydney and Canberra, Australia (1967), Lund, Sweden (1972), Tokyo, Japan (1972), London (1973), Amsterdam (1974), Nyde, South Africa (1976), Jerusalem, Israel (1978), Oslo, Norway (1979), Zurich, Switzerland (1980), Munich, Germany (1987), Denmark (1990), Bali and Jakarta, Indonesia (1992, 1995), and Hong Kong (1996).His more recent exhibitions were at the Cultural Centre of the Philippines (1998) and Ayala Museum (1999).
He is a current member of The Art Association of the Philippines (AAP), Paranaque Photography Society (PPS) and the Philippine Association of Printmakers (PAP).
While he currently lives in Paranaque, Metro Manila with his family, his art continues to travel far and wide and has lately been increasing in demand demand around the world.
...
The following biography of Roger San Miguel has been reproduced with the very kind permission of Pete Roberts:
...
A lot has been written about the art of Roger San Miguel but no one has put it quite as succinctly as Justin Nuyda:
...
At the threshold of our century stands the art of painter Roger San Miguel who imposes on us his strong belief that rendering the simplest objects, realistic, abstract or non-objective, can be a summit of perfection, showing the concentrated qualities and power of a great mind.
Often dubbed as the 'Father of Filipino Impressionism, Roger fits perfectly well into the mode of a living institution.
Superlative expressions of awe and admiration are often attached to his work.
...
Roger San Miguel was born (Rogelio) on September 12, 1940 in San Pascual, Buhi, Camarines Sur to local barber Flaviano San Miguel and his wife Celedonia San Miguel.
...
Ever modest yet aesthetically adventurous, and at times uncompromisingly vocal, Roger San Miguel is the personification of the quintessential artist.He holds an unwavering respect of the simple things in life, therefore drawing out through his images, an otherwise invisible magic from the most mundane to the more complex realities around us.
His long list of local and international expositions from 1961 up to the present include art festivals in Caracas, Valenzuela (1967), Vancouver, Canada (1967), Sydney and Canberra, Australia (1967), Lund, Sweden (1972), Tokyo, Japan (1972), London (1973), Amsterdam (1974), Nyde, South Africa (1976), Jerusalem, Israel (1978), Oslo, Norway (1979), Zurich, Switzerland (1980), Munich, Germany (1987), Denmark (1990), Bali and Jakarta, Indonesia (1992, 1995), and Hong Kong (1996).His more recent exhibitions were at the Cultural Centre of the Philippines (1998) and Ayala Museum (1999).
He is a current member of The Art Association of the Philippines (AAP), Paranaque Photography Society (PPS) and the Philippine Association of Printmakers (PAP).
While he currently lives in Paranaque, Metro Manila with his family, his art continues to travel far and wide and has lately been increasing in demand demand around the world.
Roger San Miguel - Musician of Colors - ArtFreaks.com Forums
www.artfreaks.com, 15 Feb 2007 [cached]
Roger San Miguel - Musician of Colors
...
The following biography of Roger San Miguel has been reproduced with the very kind permission of Pete Roberts:
...
A lot has been written about the art of Roger San Miguel but no one has put it quite as succinctly as Justin Nuyda:
...
At the threshold of our century stands the art of painter Roger San Miguel who imposes on us his strong belief that rendering the simplest objects, realistic, abstract or non-objective, can be a summit of perfection, showing the concentrated qualities and power of a great mind. Often dubbed as the 'Father of Filipino Impressionism, Roger fits perfectly well into the mode of a living institution.
...
Roger San Miguel was born (Rogelio) on September 12, 1940 in San Pascual, Buhi, Camarines Sur to local barber Flaviano San Miguel and his wife Celedonia San Miguel.
...
Ever modest yet aesthetically adventurous, and at times uncompromisingly vocal, Roger San Miguel is the personification of the quintessential artist. He holds an unwavering respect of the simple things in life, therefore drawing out through his images, an otherwise invisible magic from the most mundane to the more complex realities around us.
...
The following biography of Roger San Miguel has been reproduced with the very kind permission of Pete Roberts:
...
A lot has been written about the art of Roger San Miguel but no one has put it quite as succinctly as Justin Nuyda:
...
Often dubbed as the 'Father of Filipino Impressionism, Roger fits perfectly well into the mode of a living institution.
...
Roger San Miguel was born (Rogelio) on September 12, 1940 in San Pascual, Buhi, Camarines Sur to local barber Flaviano San Miguel and his wife Celedonia San Miguel.
...
Ever modest yet aesthetically adventurous, and at times uncompromisingly vocal, Roger San Miguel is the personification of the quintessential artist. He holds an unwavering respect of the simple things in life, therefore drawing out through his images, an otherwise invisible magic from the most mundane to the more complex realities around us.
Roger San Miguel - Musician of ...
www.artfreaks.com [cached]
Roger San Miguel - Musician of Colors The Father of Filipino Impressionism
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