It's a good exhibition of national Filipino artists. There are many paintings of historic events and people of the Philippines. Many sculptures as well.
It is just a road from the Philippine National Museum. The exterior is magnificent. Typical Spanish style. There are many paintings, prints, batiks and sculptures by Philippine masters. Very distinctive and worth seeing.
Across the road from the Philippine People's Museum is the National Gallery of the Philippines. The grandiose building, the first of its kind, is the Parliament Building, and so far there are still several halls that remain the same, not to mention in Southeast Asia, but even in Europe. Like the Mexican National Museum, the exhibition has evolved from religious art in the Spanish colonial era, and has evolved from a generation of indigenous painters to contemporary art that is now beyond the reach of today's minds. There is also a special Licha Hall, which displays a variety of Licha-themed artwork, including a sketch that Licha himself painted when studying in Europe. The sculptures in the gallery are somewhat rough compared to paintings, and look like old building pieces that have been removed.
The collection is huge and worth a slow taste
Free entrance to the National Gallery. The exterior is already beautiful, continental, very nice and spectacular. 4 floors high, with lifts available. Because it is close to the City of Manila, it is hot outside, you can come in and sigh for the air conditioning.
A visitor interested in Filipino art should not miss the National Gallery, which is large and elegant in Spanish colonial buildings. The museum offers a view of the works of Filipino artists, with statues and local cultural art as the main displays and canvases of Spanish artists.