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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b.1975)
          Jan. 20, 2024

          Andres Barrioquinto (b.1975)

          Est: ₱400,000 - ₱520,000

          Bells Ring signed and dated 2001 (upper right and verso) oil on canvas 36" x 36" (91 cm x 91 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Tuesday Blue
          Dec. 02, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Tuesday Blue

          Est: ₱800,000 - ₱1,040,000

          Tuesday Blue signed and dated 2014 (lower right) oil on canvas 36” x 36” (91 cm x 91 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot WRITE UPAndres Barrioquinto, often hailed as the “Dark Man of Philippine Art,” has left an indelible mark in the realm of contemporary art, both locally and on the international stage. Born in Manila, Barrioquinto’s artistic journey was significantly shaped during his formative years in Hong Kong, where he attended the Royden House School. His return to the Philippines culminated in his degree in Fine Arts from the University of Santo Tomas, where he laid the foundations of his artistic exploration. His early works were characterized by distorted and jagged visual elements, rendered with an almost surreal, dark disposition. These artworks were emotionally charged, driven by the inner turmoil that Barrioquinto sought to convey. They presented viewers with a glimpse into a world of deep emotions and haunting imagery. However, Barrioquinto’s artistic journey did not stop there. He transitioned towards a style that combined hyperrealism with a sense of surrealism. During this phase, his portraits took on a unique balance between subdued colors and whimsical elements. In this particular piece, one can see his relatively recent interest in traditional Japanese artmaking. From the act of referencing Japanese woodblock prints to his fascination with Japanese imagery, it is hard to deny the influence the style has had on him. Yet, even in this transformation, the artist’s darker disposition was not entirely relinquished. Muted colors, elements of decay, and an underlying sense of detachment often found their way into these newer works. These intricacies were often expressed through a blend of acrylic and oil, resulting in a fusion of the real and the imaginary that characterized his art. (Jed Daya)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Oct. 21, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

          Into the Exotic (Study) signed and dated 2020 (lower right) oil on canvas 18” x 18” (46 cm x 46 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Oct. 21, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱400,000 - ₱520,000

          Hungry as the Hunter signed and dated 2011 (lower left) oil on canvas 36” x 36” (91 cm x 91 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Screaming From The Sky 1
          Sep. 09, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Screaming From The Sky 1

          Est: ₱300,000 - ₱390,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Screaming From The Sky 1 signed and dated 2015 lower right oil on canvas D: 24" (61 cm) Accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot From a young age, Barrioquinto showed a keen interest in the arts and started experimenting with various methods. While pursuing art at the University of the Philippines, he sharpened his abilities and created a style that combines traditional and contemporary elements. For instance, Barrioquinto has built a loyal fanbase because of his oeuvre of hyper-realistic women's portraits embellished with and surrounded by flora and fauna. Works such as The Fleeting Moment (2014), Swing (2016), and Loneliness Remembers What Happiness Forgets (2019) show how he portrays his women subjects in a surrealistic manner. As seen from these works and Screaming from the sky 1, Barrioquinto has a personal Pop style that integrates elements from the iconography of Baroque with Japanese woodcuts. Moreover, what adds to the interest to this lot is that the circular painting is in stark contrast with its deep, black square frame. An article called, “The Bad, the Dark, and the Ugly: The Beauty of Andres Barrioquinto’s Work” mentioned that Barrioquinto has taken to personally choosing and even “hewing the frames that hold his own portraits.” Because of the lot’s black frame, the eyes of the viewers are more drawn to the elements present in the painting. The touches of gray and white in the snow- capped mountains also complement the spiked, stone- looking object. The Japanese women stand out the most because of their colorful kimonos and their black hair that coheres with the frame. Overall, Screaming from the sky is intriguing given its different aspects and figures. It surely invites the viewers to describe, interpret, and evaluate for themselves the narrative Barrioquinto weaved. (Raphaela Cordero)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Handsome Devil (Self-Portrait)
          Sep. 09, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Handsome Devil (Self-Portrait)

          Est: ₱1,600,000 - ₱2,080,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Handsome Devil (Self-Portrait) signed and dated 2011 (lower right) oil on canvas 50" x 40" (127 cm x 102 cm Accompanied by a certificate issued by Blanc Gallery and signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot Filipino artist Andres Barrioquinto is undoubtedly no stranger to the art of portraiture. From his earlier and more figurative earlier works to his more recent hyperrealistic outings, Barrioquinto manages to successfully mold and utilize the human face as a site of expression. But what makes this piece both rare and unique is that it is among the few self-portraits produced by Barrioquinto. One might think that either the practice of self-portraiture is either something similar to other kinds of portraiture, or that it is an act of vanity among other things. But one can view the practice as something that springs forth or fosters self-awareness. Throughout the process, the artist is put into a position of self-reflection as they are caught within the web of producing a work that must choose whether it should represent how they see themselves or how the world sees them. Such is implied in this work wherein Barrioquinto creates a work that also brings in his fascination with Japanese and other eastern aesthetics. Barrioquinto notes that “I take some ideas from my past shows that I modify to create something new. That’s why if you look through my old and new paintings, you’ll find some concepts that I’ve done before. However, there are some instances wherein I decide to create something new which I haven’t done before, leading me to generate a wide array of styles throughout my artistic career.” (Jed Daya)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jul. 29, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱400,000 - ₱520,000

          Hungry as the Hunter signed and dated 2011 (lower left) oil on canvas 36” x 36” (91 cm x 91 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jun. 17, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱400,000 - ₱520,000

          Bell Ring signed and dated 2007 (upper right and verso) mixed media on canvas 36" x 36" (91 cm x 91 cm) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Manila Often referred to as the Dark Man of Philippine Art due to the often surreal, novel and mysterious disposition of his works, visual artist Andres Barrioquinto has undoubtedly made a name for himself in both the local and international contemporary art scene. Though Barrioquinto was born in Manila, he spent his formative years in Hong Kong where he studied at the Royden House School. He eventually returned to the Philippines where he received his degree in Fine Arts from the University of Santo Tomas. Barrioquinto has since developed a number of distinct styles and practices. His earlier works often distorted and jagged visual elements rendered in a dark and almost surreal treatment. These works were considered to be highly emotionally charged and rooted in the angst that Barrioquinto felt and wanted to communicate. He eventually progressed beyond his eerie imagery and developed a style that focused on hyperrealism imbued with a sense of surrealism. During this period, Barrioquinto would often create portraits that emphasized a certain balance between subdued colors and more whimsical elements. Despite this shift in tone, Barrioquinto’s darker disposition would often creep into these newer works in the form of muted colors, decaying elements, or even through a sense of aloofness in his subject’s expression. These works were often rendered in a mix of acrylic and oil, a mixture that gives his works a unique character that seemingly blends together the real and imaginary. (J.D.)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Untitled
          Apr. 22, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Untitled

          Est: ₱20,000 - ₱26,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Untitled signed and dated 2013 (signedat the back polyresin 24” x 18” x 13”(61 cm x 46 cm x 33 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Autumn Nocturne
          Apr. 22, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Autumn Nocturne

          Est: ₱35,000 - ₱45,500

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Autumn Nocturne hand signed (lower right) print on cotton Hahnemühle archival paper, 18/25 19 1/2” x 15 3/4” (49 cm x 40 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jan. 22, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

          Untitled signed and dated 2013 (signed at the back) polyresin 24” x 18” x 13” (61 cm x 46 cm x 33 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jan. 21, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱140,000 - ₱182,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Untitled signed and dated 2013 (lower left) pastel on paper 19” x 27” (48 cm x 69 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jan. 21, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱650,000 - ₱845,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Pink Skull signed and dated 2015 (lower right) oil on canvas 48” x 48” (122 cm x 122 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jan. 21, 2023

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱35,000 - ₱45,500

          Autumn Nocturne hand signed (lower right) print on cotton Hahnemühle archival paper, 18/25 19 1/2” x 15 3/4” (49 cm x 40 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - #Traveller (Bighead Series): - Art is Long, But Life is Short
          Oct. 23, 2022

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - #Traveller (Bighead Series): - Art is Long, But Life is Short

          Est: ₱45,000 - ₱58,500

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) #Traveller (Bighead Series): Art is Long, But Life is Short 29” x 36” x 21” (74 cm x 91 cm x 53 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - #Traveller (Bighead Series): Yolo
          Oct. 23, 2022

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - #Traveller (Bighead Series): Yolo

          Est: ₱45,000 - ₱58,500

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) #Traveller (Bighead Series): Yolo 25” x 41” x 34” (64 cm x 104 cm x 86 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Face
          Sep. 10, 2022

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Face

          Est: ₱200,000 - ₱260,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Face signed and dated 2014 (lower right) oil on canvas 36" x 36" (91 cm x 91 cm) Often referred to as the Dark Man of Philippine Art due to the often surreal, novel and mysterious disposition of his works, visual artist Andres Barrioquinto has undoubtedly made a name for himself in both the local and international contemporary art scene. Though Barrioquinto was born in Manila, he spent his formative years in Hong Kong where he studied at the Royden House School. He eventually returned to the Philippines where he received his degree in Fine Arts from the University of Santo Tomas. Barrioquinto has since developed a number of distinct styles and practices. His earlier works often distorted and jagged visual elements rendered in a dark and almost surreal treatment. These works were considered to be highly emotionally charged and rooted in the angst that Barrioquinto felt and wanted to communicate. He eventually progressed beyond his eerie imagery and developed a style that focused on hyperrealism imbued with a sense of surrealism. During this period, Barrioquinto would often create portraits that emphasized a certain balance between subdued colors and more whimsical elements. Despite this shift in tone, Barrioquinto’s darker disposition would often creep into these newer works in the form of muted colors, decaying elements, or even through a sense of aloofness in his subject’s expression. These works were often rendered in a mix of acrylic and oil, a mixture that gives his works a unique character that seemingly blends together the real and imaginary. (J.D.)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jul. 30, 2022

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱300,000 - ₱390,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Nosebleed signed and dated 2014 (lower right) oil on canvas 30” x 30” (76 cm x 76 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - #Traveller limited edition
          Apr. 23, 2022

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - #Traveller limited edition

          Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) #Traveller limited edition 10” x 14” x 12 1/2” (25 cm x 36 cm x 32 cm) Accompanied by a certificate issued by Secret Fresh and signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Untitled (Salary Man)
          Apr. 23, 2022

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Untitled (Salary Man)

          Est: ₱100,000 - ₱130,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Untitled (Salary Man) signed and dated 2004 (lower center) pastel on paper 14 1/2” x 9 1/2” (37 cm x 24 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - The Wild Ones
          Apr. 22, 2022

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - The Wild Ones

          Est: ₱35,000 - ₱45,500

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) The Wild Ones hand signed and dated 2020 (lower right) limited edition archival print, 19/20 with frame: 46” x 38” (117 cm x 97 cm) without frame: 37” x 30” (94 cm x 76 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

          Leon Gallery
        • Artista
          Mar. 12, 2022

          Artista

          Est: ₱95,000 - ₱100,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Artista Signed and dated '2015' (bottom back) Fiberglass reinforced resin 79 x 38 x 35 cm (31 x 15 x 14 in) Literature: Barrioquinto (Rizzoli, 2022), p. 26

          Salcedo Auctions
        • Birch Tree Series
          Mar. 12, 2022

          Birch Tree Series

          Est: ₱75,000 - ₱80,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Birch Tree Series Signed and dated '2015' (lower back) Acrylic paint on polyresin, custom 1 of 1 62 x 44 x 41 cm (24 x 17 x 16 in)

          Salcedo Auctions
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Pink Skull
          Mar. 05, 2022

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Pink Skull

          Est: ₱300,000 - ₱390,000

          Pink Skull signed and dated 2015 (lower right) oil on canvas 48" x 48" (122 cm x 122 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot Andres Barrioquinto's oeuvre gradually evolved from the disturbing to the more sublime facets of human angst and trepidation. His ability to shift creatively through different painting styles while preserving his trademark of underlying somberness has continuously captivated audiences worldwide. Owing to his stoicism, Barrioquinto's mind can only be construed from what he demonstrates through his art. In this piece, Barrioquinto evokes an engrossing peculiarity. Typically, the image of a skull represents the harrowing experience of demise. On the contrary, Barrioquinto presents the antithesis of it. He uses the skull to symbolize strength and overcoming challenges. Its bright color represents the "death" of an old life. The dead of night has waned, and life is revitalized; a rebirth has happened. Amid the constant cycle of suffering, the work is a poignant reminder for us to continue living and prospering. The monochromatic flowers, albeit used as the background, set the piece's overall mood. More than a perplexing backdrop, they serve as instruments providing a deeper introspection on the main subject. They encapsulate beauty amid the madness, a struggle between pleasure and misery. After all, our lives are grounded in contradictions that, when combined, result in a fascinating and genuine existence. Barrioquinto shared in a 2021 interview with Lifestyle Asia, "I think challenges are given in life. I think it's in my character to want to embrace these challenges. I was born in struggle, so living in it is just natural for me. Happiness is just a side effect, and it's always fleeting and unpredictable. Find your largest burden to carry, and bear with it."

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Seated Couple
          Dec. 11, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Seated Couple

          Est: ₱100,000 - ₱130,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Seated Couple signed and dated 1998 (lower right) oil on canvas 34" x 34" (86 cm x 86 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Heaven's Maze (Diptych)
          Dec. 04, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Heaven's Maze (Diptych)

          Est: ₱4,000,000 - ₱5,200,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Heaven's Maze (Diptych) signed and dated 2015 (lower right) oil on canvas mounted on panel 60" x 48" (152 cm x 122 cm) each PROVENANCE Christie's Hong Kong, Asian Contemporary Art, Hong Kong, May 31, 2015, lot 212 Often referred to as the Dark Man of Philippine Art due to the often surreal, novel and mysterious disposition of his works, visual artist Andres Barrioquinto has undoubtedly made a name for himself in both the local and international contemporary art scene. Though Barrioquinto was born in Manila, he spent his formative years in Hong Kong where he studied at the Royden House School. He eventually returned to the Philippines where he received his degree in Fine Arts from the University of Santo Tomas. Barrioquinto has since developed a number of distinct styles and practices. His earlier works often distorted and jagged visual elements rendered in a dark and almost surreal treatment. These works were considered to be highly emotionally charged and rooted in the angst that Barrioquinto felt and wanted to communicate. He eventually progressed beyond his eerie imagery and developed a style that focused on hyperrealism imbued with a sense of surrealism. During this period, Barrioquinto would often create portraits that emphasized a certain balance between subdued colors and more whimsical elements. Despite this shift in tone, Barrioquinto’s darker disposition would often creep into these newer works in the form of muted colors, decaying elements, or even through a sense of aloofness in his subject’s expression. These works were often rendered in a mix of acrylic and oil, a mixture that gives his works a unique character that seemingly blends together the real and imaginary. This particular piece is emblematic of Barrioquinto's more recent outings. Though there are similarities between Barrioquintos second style and his more recent one, Barrioquinto has expanded his art’s potential by diversifying his themes and subjects. Heaven’s Maze is a two panel diptych that seemingly represents a variety of characteristics attributed to the past and the future. The contains a number of layers, but one of its most distinctive elements is Barrioquinto’s inclusion of a man’s torso, as well as an outline containing a variety of images where the man’s head is supposed to be. This unique blend of elements seemingly emphasizes a certain psychological element present within the work. The left panel depicts ideals full of hope and disposition, as evidenced by the lush, classical, and almost folksy background, as well as a number of whimsical elements. In contrast, the right panel features a desolate landscape wherein the lush greenery is replaced by a dry and arid wasteland. Although its other elements still remain whimsical, there is a certain sadness attributed to its treatment, as though it is solemnly and quietly discontent with its current situation. Barrioquinto’s diptych can be seen as a commentary on the current human condition, one that was once fueled by ambition, but now faces quiet desolation. Though a work that utilizes the concept of time, one can ask, where does the present fit in all of this. One can assume that the present is contained within the viewer, actively viewing the work and forever stuck between the two instances Barrioquinto presents us. Thus, rather than a somber work, Heaven’s Maze can be seen as a wake-up call that urges us to find a way out of this seemingly overwhelming and labyrinthine predicament.

          Leon Gallery
        • From the Edge of the Deep Blue Sea
          Nov. 28, 2021

          From the Edge of the Deep Blue Sea

          Est: S$65,000 - S$80,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975, Filipino), From the Edge of the Deep Blue Sea, 2019, oil on canvas, 122 x 152 cm, signed and dated on lower left, Pick up point: Jakarta, Tags: Philippines, filipino, painting, surrealism IMPORTANT INFO Bidders need to know We encourage all buyers to check for condition reports and or other photos before bidding. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is free from damage and wear. Please go through photos for more details on conditions and age; color will be different depends on your screen. All the items are sold as is and all sales are final. We encourage all bidders to review our terms and conditions before bidding. Please contact us through email [email protected] if you need any further information.

          Larasati Auctioneers
        • Night of the Warrior Dance
          Oct. 31, 2021

          Night of the Warrior Dance

          Est: £65,000 - £85,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975, Filipino), Night of the Warrior Dance, painted in 2013, oil on canvas, 3 panels, each 121 x 152 cm, signed and dated on lower right, Pick up point: Singapore, Tags: Philippines, Filipino, modern, contemporary IMPORTANT INFO Bidders need to know We encourage all buyers to check for condition reports and or other photos before bidding. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is free from damage and wear. Please go through photos for more details on conditions and age; color will be different depends on your screen. All the items are sold as is and all sales are final. We encourage all bidders to review our terms and conditions before bidding. Please contact us through email [email protected] if you need any further information.

          Larasati Auctioneers
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Autumn Nocturne
          Oct. 16, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Autumn Nocturne

          Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Autumn Nocturne signed (lower right) and dated 2020 print on cotton Hahnemühle archival paper, 2/25 21” x 17” (53 cm x 43 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Dark Series II
          Oct. 16, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Dark Series II

          Est: ₱120,000 - ₱156,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Dark Series II signed and dated 2018 (upper left) oil on paper 30” x 23” (76 cm x 58 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto(b. 1975) Iya Self-Portrait #1
          Sep. 11, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto(b. 1975) Iya Self-Portrait #1

          Est: ₱200,000 - ₱260,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Iya Self-Portrait #1 signed and dated 2013 (lower left) oil pastel 30" x 22" (76 cm x 56 cm) P 200,000 Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot   Labeled as “the Dark Man of Philippine Art”, Andres Barrioquinto, known for his surrealistic portraits stratified with Japanese art styles and patterns, narrated in an interview with Philstar Global his style as “perhaps more sharply individualized than the realist, therefore more dramatically my own, sometimes to the point of eccentricity.” He furthers, “My works’ individuality becomes more natural when I’m interested in probing my own soul rather than reflecting the world of ideas, and in expressing my inner world rather than revealing a basic harmony around us.” Hence this portrait of his wife, visual artist Iya Consorio entitled Iya Self - Portrait #1 is a testament of the artist’s creative progression as it highlighted his personal take on contemporary portraiture where he has a peculiar rule: no teeth, no toothy grins but at the most,  will allow an enigmatic half-smile. This masterpiece is a full exposition of his ability to shift creatively through different painting styles, all throughout maintaining an atmosphere of seriousness and gloom.

          Leon Gallery
        • Heaven's Maze
          Jul. 25, 2021

          Heaven's Maze

          Est: S$45,000 - S$55,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975, Filipino), Heaven's Maze, painted in 2015, oil on canvas on panel (diptych), 151 x 122.5 cm each, Signed dated "Barrioquinto" lower right, Pick up point: Singapore, | Tags: modern, contemporary, philippines, filipino IMPORTANT INFO Bidders need to know We encourage all buyers to check for condition reports and or other photos before bidding. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is free from damage and wear. Please go through photos for more details on conditions and age; color will be different depends on your screen. All the items are sold as is and all sales are final. We encourage all bidders to review our terms and conditions before bidding. Please contact us through email [email protected] if you need any further information.

          Larasati Auctioneers
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jun. 05, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱4,000,000 - ₱5,200,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Strange Condition signed and dated 2016 (lower right) oil on canvas 72” x 48” (183 cm x 122 cm) This piece is accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot Andres Barrioquinto’s otherworldly and whimsical portrait of a woman showcases his unique ability to synthesize multiple and distinct elements into a coherent piece. Barrioquinto’s visual spectacle contains a melange of components—from exotic animals to exquisite flora, each one rendered in Barrioquinto’s own brand of hyperrealism. Yet, his images, despite their volume, are not jarringly misplaced. Instead, each piece contributes to the otherworldly order that exists within his canvas. Barrioquinto has also stated his fondness for traditional Japanese art, a technique he often uses throughout his works. His overlays are also inspired by the ukiyo-e, woodblock prints from the Edo period in Japan. There is a hint of darkness, seriousness, and gloom in the surreal and hyper-realistic faces he depicts which show even in their calm facial expressions. In this work, the subdued hues add to its overall provocativeness. Barrioquinto’s enigmatic works that showcase his distinct style developed through the years of his artistic practice garnered him wide acclaim and following both locally and abroad. In 2003, he was one of the recipients of the Thirteen Artists Award from the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Jun. 05, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱2,800,000 - ₱3,640,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) The Fleeting Moment signed and dated 2012 (bottom) oil on canvas 50” x 40” (127 cm x 102 cm) PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF A VERY DISTINGUISHED LADY This piece is accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Known for his surrealistic portraits with influences from Japanese art style and patterns, Andres Barrioquinto was a distinguished recipient of the Thirteen Artists Award from the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 2003. Since 2001, he has had more than 20 solo exhibitions across Asia and Europe. Dubbed as “The Dark Man of Philippine Art, his early works had disturbing and peculiar themes. His art has since evolved to a noteworthy style depicting uncanny portraits, dauntlessly altering the compositions in his canvas. Using fine brush strokes in acrylic and oil, Barrioquinto portrays distinguishable faces in soft and restrained hues. His former style of depicting his subjects with a bizarre keynote usually creeps into his recent works, as evident in this particular piece. Enshrouded by a serene impression filled with flora and birds with exuberant tones, he employs traditional Japanese patterns layered with ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock prints from the Edo period. Nothing much has changed in terms of his themes and subject matter. What he did was to change the composition of his canvas by flooding the portrait with Japanese prints and designs, as explained by Barrioquinto. This resulted in a tattoo-like effect on his works

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Apr. 09, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Cold signed and dated 2001 (lower right) oil on paper 11 1/2” x 8 1/2” (29 cm x 22 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)
          Apr. 09, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975)

          Est: ₱80,000 - ₱104,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) La Puissance signed and dated 2020 (lower right) limited edition archival print, 19/20 33 1/2” x 33 1/2” (85 cm x 85 cm)

          Leon Gallery
        • The Wedding Present
          Mar. 28, 2021

          The Wedding Present

          Est: S$28,000 - S$38,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975, Filipino), The Wedding Present, painted in 2013, oil on canvas (uniquely laid on board by the artist to create a 3D effect), 91.5 x 91.5 cm, signed and dated on lower left, Pick-up Point: Singapore, Tags: Philippines, Filipino, Japanese object, contemporary IMPORTANT INFO Bidders need to know We encourage all buyers to check for condition reports and or other photos before bidding. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is free from damage and wear. Please go through photos for more details on conditions and age; color will be different depends on your screen. All the items are sold as is and all sales are final. We encourage all bidders to review our terms and conditions before bidding. Please contact us through email [email protected] if you need any further information.

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Angry Man Series
          Jan. 23, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Angry Man Series

          Est: ₱80,000 - ₱104,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Angry Man Series signed and dated 2000 (upper right) 20” x 15” (51 cm x 38 cm)

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Sick
          Jan. 23, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Sick

          Est: ₱70,000 - ₱91,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Sick signed and dated 2001 (lower right) 12 1/2” x 9 1/2” (32 cm x 24 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) The Wild Ones
          Jan. 23, 2021

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) The Wild Ones

          Est: ₱35,000 - ₱45,500

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) The Wild Ones signed and dated 2020 (lower right) 41” x 33 1/2” (104 cm x 85 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

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        • LOT WITHDRAWN
          Jan. 23, 2021

          LOT WITHDRAWN

          Est: ₱1,000 - ₱1,100

          LOT WITHDRAWN

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - My Wild Love
          Nov. 28, 2020

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - My Wild Love

          Est: ₱1,700,000 - ₱2,210,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - My Wild Love signed and dated 2015 (lower right) oil on canvas Accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot Estimate USD : $34000-$44200 Estimate Euros : €28333.33-€36833.33

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Garden of Delight
          Nov. 28, 2020

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Garden of Delight

          Est: ₱600,000 - ₱780,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Garden of Delight signed and dated 2011 (lower left) oil on canvas Estimate USD : $12000-$15600 Estimate Euros : €10000-€13000

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Can Escape Myself
          Nov. 28, 2020

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Can Escape Myself

          Est: ₱200,000 - ₱260,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Can Escape Myself signed and dated 2016 (lower right) oil on canvas Estimate USD : $4000-$5200 Estimate Euros : €3333.33-€4333.33

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        • Autumn Nocturne
          Nov. 11, 2020

          Autumn Nocturne

          Est: £48,000 - £58,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975, Filipino) (Philippines), Autumn Nocturne, 2020, oil on canvas, 152.5 x 122 cm, signed and dated on lower right, Pick up point: London/Singapore IMPORTANT INFO Bidders need to know We encourage all buyers to check for condition reports and or other photos before bidding. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is free from damage and wear. Please go through photos for more details on conditions and age; color will be different depends on your screen. All the items are sold as is and all sales are final. We encourage all bidders to review our terms and conditions before bidding. Please contact us through email [email protected] if you need any further information.

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - 3000 Black Sins
          Oct. 17, 2020

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - 3000 Black Sins

          Est: ₱150,000 - ₱195,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) 3000 Black Sins signed and dated 2015 (back) resin 28” x 14” x 20” (71 cm x 36 cm x 51 cm)

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Birch Tree
          Oct. 17, 2020

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Birch Tree

          Est: ₱80,000 - ₱104,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Birch Tree acrylic on fiberglass resin 24 1/2” x 14 1/2” x 17” (63 cm x 36 cm x 44 cm)

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        • Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Black Rain Series 13
          Oct. 17, 2020

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) - Black Rain Series 13

          Est: ₱250,000 - ₱325,000

          Andres Barrioquinto (b. 1975) Black Rain Series 13 signed and dated 2013 (lower left) pastel on paper 30” x 23” (76 cm x 59 cm)

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