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Painter, b. 1937 - d. 2013

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          • Roberto Chabet (1937-2013)
            Jan. 20, 2024

            Roberto Chabet (1937-2013)

            Est: ₱30,000 - ₱39,000

            Abstract signed and dated 1968 (lower right) mixed media on paper 13 1/4" x 10" (34 cm x 25 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jul. 29, 2023

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱3,000 - ₱3,900

            Untitled signed and dated 1966 (lower right) etching 8 1/2” x 7 1/4” (21 cm x 18 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jun. 17, 2023

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱200,000 - ₱260,000

            PROPERTY FROM THE MARC AND OFELIA GELVEZON-TEQUI COLLECTION Untitled I-VI signed and dated 1973 (lower left/lower right) each acrylic on paper 11" x 7 1/2" (28 cm x 19 cm) each PROVENANCE Acquired directly from the artist Roberto Chabet, a pioneering figure in the Philippine art scene, has left an indelible mark with his thoughtprovoking and multi-faceted works that ultimately challenge what art is all about. The Pillow Series challenges conventional notions of art, pushing the boundaries of what constitutes a "work" and inviting viewers to question their preconceived notions. Chabet's practice is generally defined by the artist’s attempt to redefine and even discover new ways of expression that are not defined solely by the institutions and machinations that define are and the art world. In other words, his was a practice of dismantling the ivory tower built by the art world, and from its pieces, return (or perhaps redefine) art for a new age. Chabet's Pillow Series acts as a catalyst for introspection and self-reflection. The enigmatic quality of the artworks compels viewers to search for meaning beyond the literal representation of pillows. Though one may interpret Chcabet’s pillows as merely crude sketches, it is the very act of sketching that turns these pieces into more than an act of expression, but of reflection as well. For Chabet, a work of art does not begin at the moment of creation nor end at its execution. Arrt is viewed as a process, and that process continues, arguably, ad infinitum. These pieces, though not emblematic of Chabet’s entire practice, shows us an important glimpse into a part that may be in fact greater than the whole Roberto Chabet's Pillow Series stands as a testament to his artistic vision and ability to evoke contemplation through visual art. By defying categorization, incorporating visual symbolism, and eliciting introspection, the series transcends the physical realm of pillows and transports viewers into a realm of poetic ambiguity.

            Leon Gallery
          • Wipo
            Jan. 21, 2023

            Wipo

            Est: ₱8,000 - ₱10,400

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (bottom) and dated 1977 (verso) watercolor on paper 8” x 8” (20 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jan. 21, 2023

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (bottom) and dated 1977 (verso) watercolor on paper 8” x 8” (20 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Oct. 22, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱30,000 - ₱39,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled XII signed and dated 1999 (lower center) pen and ink on paper 8” x 8” (20 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Oct. 22, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (lower center) mixed media 9 1/2’ x 8 1/2” (24 cm x 21 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Tarot 19
            Sep. 10, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Tarot 19

            Est: ₱180,000 - ₱234,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Tarot 19 signed and dated 1967 (verso) acrylic and collage on board 13 1/2" x 9" (34 cm x 23 cm) Roberto Chabet, the Father of Philippine Conceptual Art, is renowned for his experimental works, ranging from paintings to sculptures to installations created out of everyday materials and found objects. His art has always been informed by the intent to question modernity, where it is his belief that all things are temporal, fleeting, and fluid. Furthermore, Chabet perceived art as a democratizing force, able to liberate one’s artistic pursuits from the arbitrary shackles of traditional art. Hence, he saw his works as liberating given that they no longer adhere to a strict style or form. The oeuvres of Chabet are often regarded as groundbreaking and innovative in their production, execution, and presentation. A sense of a multilayered, multileveled kind of art is present in his pieces. As seen in this 1967 painting titled Tarot 19, his approach possessed a conceptual or out-of-the-box aesthetic that challenged the artistic trends of his era. (P.I.R.)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jul. 30, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1968 (lower center) collage on paper 16 1/2” x 13” (42 cm x 33 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jul. 30, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱20,000 - ₱26,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed dated 1976 (upper left) mixed media on paper 10” x 7” (25 cm x 18 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jul. 30, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstraction signed and dated 1968 (lower right) mixed media on paper 16” x 13” (40 cm x 33 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jul. 30, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱100,000 - ₱130,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (lower center) acrylic on paper 14” x 19 1/2” (36 cm x 50 cm) PROVENANCE Finale Art File, Makati City

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Apr. 23, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (lower center) watercolor on paper 8” x 7 1/2” (20 cm x 19 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled (Abstract)
            Apr. 23, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled (Abstract)

            Est: ₱100,000 - ₱130,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled (Abstract) signed and dated 1969 (lower right) acrylic on paper 21” x 21” (53 cm x 53 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Untitled (Pink Stack)
            Mar. 12, 2022

            Untitled (Pink Stack)

            Est: ₱90,000 - ₱95,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled (Pink Stack) Signed and dated '1964' (lower right) Mixed media on metallic board sheet 29 x 22 cm (11 x 9 in)

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Mar. 05, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱300,000 - ₱390,000

            Untitled collage 40 3/4" x 36 3/4" (103 cm x 93 cm) In the 1960s, Chabet’s works were collages that consisted of maps, drawing on handmade paper, children’s scrawls and drawings, and envelopes without addresses. There was always the sense of a multileveled kind of art in terms of materials, genres, and diffusion over various publics and over a large global space. The work itself becomes a charged site, which spontaneously attracts elements from all over the natural and intellectual universe. Chabet’s practice significantly dealt with the notion of repeating. His position as a studio art professor at the College of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines and his stint as artistic director of the Cultural Center of the Philippines from 1960 to 1971 enabled him to pursue this mission. From here on, Chabet’s art would always have the sense of a multilayered kind of art in terms of materials, genres, and diffusion over various publics.

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jan. 29, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (lower center) and dated 1980 (verso) acrylic on paper 10” x 7” (25 cm x 18 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jan. 29, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1977 (lower center) watercolor on paper 8” x 8” (20 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Jan. 29, 2022

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱45,000 - ₱58,500

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1980 (lower right) watercolor and graphite on paper 8” x 11” (20 cm x 28 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled
            Oct. 16, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled

            Est: ₱10,000 - ₱13,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1993 (lower right) print AP, 46/100 24 1/2” x 19” (62 cm x 48 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Drawing 1977 #1
            Oct. 16, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Drawing 1977 #1

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Drawing 1977 #1 signed and dated 1977 (lower center) watercolor on paper 8” x 8” (20 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstract
            Oct. 16, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstract

            Est: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstract signed and dated 1976 (lower right) acrylic on paper 10 1/2” x 4 1/2” (27 cm x 11 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Nude
            Oct. 16, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Nude

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Nude signed and dated 1976 (lower right) ink on paper 11 1/2” x 8 1/2” (29 cm x 22 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) a) Untitled #19 b) Untitled #20
            Sep. 11, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) a) Untitled #19 b) Untitled #20

            Est: ₱200,000 - ₱260,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) a) Untitled #19 signed (lower center) dated 2012 watercolor on paper 12 1/2" x 8" (32 cm x 20 cm) b) Untitled #20 signed (lower center) dated 2012 watercolor on paper 12 1/2" x 8" (32 cm x 20 cm) P 200,000 León Gallery wishes to thank KingKong Art Projects Unlimited for confirming the authenticity of this lot Provenance Private Collection, Manila Exhibited West Gallery   These untitled watercolor on paper artworks of the Father of Philippine Conceptual Art, Roberto Chabet, serves as a time capsule of the artist’s career and his process in art making, revealing the inner workings of his creative mind. Signed and dated in the year 2012, it shows how Chabet still worked and continued to learn and discover his artistic vision through exploring numerous styles and methods in order to find one that he could add on his style. Chabet was reputedly capable of creating a hundred drawings a day and was a firm believer in an artist's need for what he termed "daily practice". He would experiment by exploring a shape’s possibilities as seen on these watercolor paintings, searching patterns and ways in which it can evolve so that he can incorporate them into his work. The result, as always - a timeless, signature style.

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Jul. 16, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

            Roberto Chabet(1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1964 (lower right) mixed media on paper 11” x 8” (28 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Jul. 16, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱40,000 - ₱52,000

            Roberto Chabet(1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (bottom) mixed media on paper 13” x 7” (33 cm x 18 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱70,000 - ₱91,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled (CLPBZ) signed and dated 1976 (lower center) acrylic on paper 12” x 10” (30 cm x 25 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱45,000 - ₱58,500

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstract (Pillow Series) signed (center) acrylic and graphite on paper 11” x 8” (28 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱5,000 - ₱6,500

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (verso) print 20” x 20” (51 cm x 51 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱80,000 - ₱104,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) March 29, 1937 signed and dated 1973 (lower right) acrylic on paper 19 1/2” x 28 1/2” (50 cm x 72 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱55,000 - ₱71,500

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstract signed (lower left) dated 1983 graphite and watercolor 15” x 11” (38 cm x 28 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱45,000 - ₱58,500

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstract (Pillow Series) signed (lower left) acrylic and graphite on paper 11” x 8” (28 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱45,000 - ₱58,500

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstract (Pillow Series) signed (lower left) acrylic and graphite on paper 11” x 8” (28 cm x 20 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Abstract signed and dated 1967 (lower right) pen and ink on paper 8 1/2” x 8 1/2” (21 cm x 21 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • 1977 Roberto Chabet (1937-2013) Abstract Watercolor
            Mar. 23, 2021

            1977 Roberto Chabet (1937-2013) Abstract Watercolor

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            1977 Roberto Chabet (1937-2013) Abstract Watercolor. Visible portion: 10.5 inches wide x 14 inches tall, frame 25 x 25 inches. Signed in front mid upper right area. Free pick-up at our warehouse. Shipping is done by a 3rd party shipper and will be invoiced separately, please review our shipping terms.

            Absolute Auction Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Blind Window
            Feb. 27, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Blind Window

            Est: ₱8,000,000 - ₱10,400,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Blind Window signed and dated 1964 (verso) oil on canvas 36” x 48” (92 cm x 122 cm)   Provenance: Private Collection, Madrid, Spain Leon Gallery, The Spectacular Mid-Year Auction, Makati City, 2018. Lot 51.   Accompanied by a certificate issued by King Kong Art Projects Unlimited confirming the authenticity of this lot     Exhibited: Luz Gallery, Chabet 2nd Solo Exhibition, Manila, 1964.     WRITE UP: As the father of Philippine Conceptual Art, Roberto Chabet exemplified the radical shifts and movements that defined the Filipino art scene in the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Chabet sought to find alternatives to formalism and genre-based art, two of the most popular styles at the time. Instead, he opted to tackle more complex and avant-garde themes through groundbreaking artistic experimentations and practices. Thus his works often challenged the boundaries of traditional and institutional works by thinking outside the box and working beyond the canvas. He produced innovative pieces through unconventional means such as installation and found object works that utilize a myriad of materials such as perishable organic materials, magazine clippings, esoteric ephemera, and other cultural debris. Chabet’s creative spirit also helped foster the next generation of artistic voices to pursue the arts through an avant-garde lens. This particular piece titled Blind Window is one of the few oil on canvas paintings Roberto Chabet produced during his illustrious career. This work is part of a series of paintings and drawings Chabet made between the years 1963 to 1966 that used the window as a subject, compositional device, and as metaphor. The particular shape of the image in the painting is based on the window of the Texas School Book Depository Building in Dallas, Texas, USA, from where Lee Harvey Oswald, shot and killed John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Feb. 27, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱100,000 - ₱130,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1971 (lower right) graphite on paper 22” x 31” (55 cm x 78 cm)   Provenance: Private Collection, Paris   Leon Gallery wishes to thank King Kong Art Projects Unlimited for confirming the authenticity of this lot     WRITE UP: Widely acknowledged as the Father of Philippine Conceptual Art, Roberto Chabet is highly regarded for his experimental works, ranging from sculptures and installations created out of everyday materials and found objects. Chabet’s works often drew on and extended conceptual ideas of relational and serial structures, utilizing materials such as plywood for their association with the rebuilding of Manila after the end of the Second World War, and implying the body of the viewer into an experience of the work in space. In this piece, Chabet utilizes a technique akin to pointillism in order to achieve a cohesive and alluring gradation effect the mimics the interplay between light and shadow.

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled
            Jan. 23, 2021

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1980 (lower right) 13 1/2” x 9” (34 cm x 23 cm) Widely acknowledged as the Father of Philippine Conceptual Art, Roberto Chabet is highly regarded for his experimental works, ranging from sculptures to installations created out of everyday materials and found objects. His works sparked an epochal shift within the traditions of Filipino art. His multidisciplinary approach to art sought to demonstrate the flexibility and versatility of the medium by exploring techniques and methods outside the then overarching style of Modernism and Abstract Expressionism. Roberto Chabet saw conceptual art as a democratizing force, able to one’s artistic pursuits from the arbitrary shackles of traditional forms of artistry. Thus, Chabet saw his works as liberating given that they no longer adhere to a strict style or form. Chabet’s practice took on a number of forms. Throughout his artistic career, he was a painter, sculptor, performer, and curator. He was the first Museum Director of the Cultural Center of the Philippines. He then went on to lead other artist-run spaces in order to foster budding creative professionals and artists.

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Pillow Series
            Oct. 17, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Pillow Series

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Pillow Series graphite and watercolor on paper 10” x 7 1/2” (25 cm x 19 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Oct. 17, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱35,000 - ₱45,500

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1977 (bottom) acrylic and graphite on paper 8 1/2” x 4 1/2” (22 cm x 11 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Oct. 17, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (top) mixed media 11 1/2” x 8 1/2” (29 cm x 22 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Oct. 17, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled graphite on paper 12” x 9” (30 cm x 23 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Oct. 17, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱65,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed (bottom) mixed media 11 1/2” x 9” (29 cm x 23 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Sep. 19, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱200,000 - ₱260,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled ca. 1965 ink and watercolor on paper Widely acknowledged as the Father of Philippine Conceptual Art, Roberto Chabet is highly regarded for his experimental works, ranging from sculptures to installations created out of everyday materials and found objects. His works sparked an epochal shift within the traditions of Filipino art. His multidisciplinary approach to art sought to demonstrate the flexibility and versatility of the medium by exploring techniques and methods outside the then overarching style of Modernism and Abstract Expressionism. Chabet saw his works as liberating given that they no longer adhere to a strict style or form. Chabet’s practice took on a number of forms. Throughout his artistic career, he was a painter, sculptor, performer, and curator. He was the first Museum Director of the Cultural Center of the Philippines. He then went on to lead other artist-run spaces in order to foster budding creative professionals and artists. Estimate in USD $4000-$5200

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled
            Jul. 18, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) - Untitled

            Est: ₱60,000 - ₱78,000

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013) Untitled signed and dated 1971 (lower right pen and ink and watercolor on paper 8” x 8 1/2” (20 cm x 22 cm) PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF A DISTINGUISHED DIPLOMAT Widely considered the “Father of Philippine Conceptual Art,” Roberto Chabet is a seminal foundation of Filipino art and culture. Inspired by his formal training as an architect, Chabet sought to revitalize the existing canon of Filipino art, which at that time was still heavily inspired by the formalist inclinations set about by the Filipino Modernists. Hence, his style possessed a conceptual or out-of-the-box aesthetic that did not only challenge the artistic trends of the era, but the very meaning and notion of art itself. Chabet often drew upon his immediate surroundings for both inspiration and material, resulting in unorthodox but uniquely inspired creations. This particular piece exemplifies Chabet’s aesthetic and academic rigor by challenging the traditional means of creation and by going against the foundational framework of modernity. The seemingly random brushstrokes and gestures do not imply a sense of ignorance towards his craft, but showcase his stalwart dedication to uniqueness and originality. His position as studio arts professor at the College of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines and his stint as artistic director of the Cultural Center of the Philippines from 1960 to 1971 enabled him to pursue this mission. From here on, Chabet’s art will always have the sense of a multi-layeredness in terms of materials, genres, and diffusion over various publics and over a larger audience. Estimate: USD $1200-$1560 Euros €1000-€1300

            Leon Gallery
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Mar. 14, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱95,000 - ₱110,000

            Untitled

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Mar. 14, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱85,000 - ₱90,000

            Untitled

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)
            Mar. 14, 2020

            Roberto Chabet (1937 - 2013)

            Est: ₱75,000 - ₱80,000

            Untitled

            Salcedo Auctions
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