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Araceli Limcaco Dans (b.1929) is one of the most famous living artists in the Philippines. Limcaco Dans is known for her exquisitely detailed still life paintings in oil, watercolor and acrylic, most of which feature an intricate kind of lacy fabric made in the Philippines called calado. The creation of this cloth involves a type of drawn-thread embroidery.

Limcaco Dans studied art first at Sta. Rosa College, then went on to the University of the Philippines School of Fine Arts, where she was mentored by Fernando Cueto Amorsolo, one of the most celebrated artists in that country. An outstanding student, nonetheless, Limcaco Dans strove to find her own voice and also, to have that voice be representative of her nation. She succeeded in this by turning to still life and making unusual compositions often featuring the lacy cloth known as calado, the production of which is native to the Philippines.

“...I did not want to be like Amorsolo and so forth. I had to look for myself.
I found myself in still life. Not many people around the world do still life.
And I looked for original ways of doing still life.
Why does everything have to be on a table? Why always fruits and flowers?
Why not rags, objects inside old cartons?"

She has exhibited at museums and galleries world-wide and received numerous awards. She is also highly respected as an educator, a field in which she has worked concurrently with the fine arts, for most of her career. A coffee table book about her life and work was published in 2010 entitled Araceli Limcaco Dans: A Celebration of the Life and Works of a Filipina Artist. Limcaco Dans and her husband have eleven children.

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          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b .1929)
            Jun. 17, 2023

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b .1929)

            Est: ₱800,000 - ₱1,040,000

            Calado on a Clothesline signed and dated 1987 (upper left) watercolor on paper 30" x 22" (76 cm x 56 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot The works of the acclaimed master Araceli Limcaco- Dans combine the artist’s personal experience with an undoubtedly timeless essence. As a student, she was mentored under Angela Fernandez and National Artist Fernando Amorsolo. Both her mentors noted that Araceli indeed was an excellent student who strove to find her own voice in the local and international art scene. Beyond her technical mastery over her craft, Araceli also possessed a unique affinity for the human soul. Her myriad of personal experiences, from her colorful upbringing to her encounters during the Second World War, infused her works with a plethora of emotions such as nostalgia, love, longing, and even loss. Her effervescent style tugs at the heartstrings as it silently recites an ode that will make even the hardest of hearts melt. (J.D.)

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)
            Jun. 17, 2023

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱800,000 - ₱1,040,000

            Simoy ng Pula signed and dated 2005 (lower left) watercolor on paper 29 1/2" x 21 1/2" (75 cm x 55 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot PROVENANCE From the personal collection of Araceli L. Dans Though Araceli painted numerous scenes and subjects throughout her artistic career, she was most lauded for her nuanced and intricate depictions of the Calado weaving style. The Calado is an open-work style that is commonly utilized in a myriad of Tagalog and Luzon textiles. It is most often utilized as motifs in the making and designing of the traditional barong tagalog and baro’t saya. In the piece, one can see the delicately rendered Calado cloth positioned next to a trio of beautiful and timeless red roses. The slightly flaxen tinge of the Calado cloth perfectly complements the petals’ passionate hue of red. The end result is a cohesive still-life piece that manages to evoke a timeless aesthetic and feeling. (J.D.)

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco Dans (b. 1929) Portrait of Beth Day Romulo
            Apr. 22, 2023

            Araceli Limcaco Dans (b. 1929) Portrait of Beth Day Romulo

            Est: ₱150,000 - ₱195,000

            Araceli Limcaco Dans (b. 1929) Portrait of Beth Day Romulo signed and dated 1981 (lower right) oil on canvas 39” x 29” (99 cm x 74 cm Beyond being the loving wife of statesman and national artist Carlos P. Romulo, Beth Day Romulo, born Elizabeth Jane West Feagles (May 25, 1924 – November 11, 2022), was a prolific book author, celebrated journalist, and philanthropist. In her decades-long career as an author, Beth Day wrote 31 books, including The Philippines: Shattered Showcase of Democracy in Asia (1975), The Writer, the Lover, and the Diplomat: Life with Carlos P. Romulo (co-authored with David F. Hyatt, 2015), and eight children’s books. For about four decades, beginning in 1986, she served as associate editor and columnist for the Manila Bulletin. She also authored articles for magazines, such as Asia Inc. As a philanthropist, Beth Day served as a board member of the Carlos P. Romulo Foundation for Peace and Development, the Helping Hands Foundation, and Ballet Philippines. She also served as president of the Corregidor Foundation and a trustee of the Filipino-American Memorial Endowment, which aims to preserve the legacies and values of the Filipino- American struggle during World War II. Beth Day received an honorary degree from the Philippine Women’s University in 1975 for her literary achievements and an honorary doctorate from the Baguio Colleges Foundation in 1981. In her speech for the latter ceremony, Beth Day emphasized: “Since I arrived in Manila in January 1973, I have made it my principal goal to attempt to build a better bridge of understanding between the country of my birth, the United States, and the country of my adoption, the Philippines. I love them both—and often wish they knew one another better.” In this work, eminent Filipina artist Araceli Limcaco- Dans depicts Romulo in an elegant pose, while wearing her ever-radiant smile. Her s

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)
            Feb. 18, 2023

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱500,000 - ₱650,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) Burdado signed and dated 2006 (lower right) watercolor on paper 30" x 22" (76 cm x 56 cm) Accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot Through her Calado Series, Araceli Limcaco-Dans elevated the art of still life into an almost palpable, authentic representation of Filipino culture and heritage. Limcaco-Dans introduced the Calado Series in 1986 in her solo exhibition at the Museum of Philippine Art (MOPA), which featured portraits and watercolor still lifes depicting hand-embroidered piña fabric. The book Kayamanan: Biographies of Philippine Visual Artists describe Limcaco-Dans’ calado paintings as “highly realistic renderings of embroidery of jusi and piña combined with flowers, baskets, and boxes to create meaningful juxtapositions.” Limcaco-Dans’ Calado Series evokes the works of 19th-century Filipino pioneer secular artists Damian Domingo, Justiniano Asuncion, Simon Flores, and Antonio Malantic, who depicted the natives in their native wardrobes. The calado style of hand embroidery, used in Filipiniana clothing, originated from Lumban, Laguna, known as the “Embroidery Capital of the Philippines.” Hence, it is referred to as Burdang Lumban. According to the Lumban-based barong maker Heritage Barong, the calado is executed by pulling out the fibers in the fabric to reduce the fiber count. The remaining intact fibers are stitched into various open-thread patterns. Limcaco-Dans evokes the exquisite and intricate craftsmanship of the calado in her “embroidered paintings,” emphasizing her keen eye for minute details and artistic rigor. National Artist for Dance Leonor Orosa Goquingo praised LimcacoDans’ Calado series, referring to them as “perfection itself, the epitome of elegance.” In her calado paintings, LimcacoDans does not employ whites in her fabric; it is the surface of the unpainted canvas. While most of her calados feature other images, Limcaco-Dans depicts, at times, the hand-embroidered cloth in its sole, unaccompanied state, like in the case of this particular piece. In a work that speaks of sublimity and the beauty of the indigenous, Limcaco-Dans invites the viewer to revel in the intricacy and brilliance of our native embroidery style. A delicate yet powerfully immersive piece, Limcaco-Dans reinforces her enduring homage to her native roots. (A.M.)

            Leon Gallery
          • a) Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) b) Unidentified Artist c) Ireneo L. Miranda (1896-1964) d) Ireneo L. Miranda (1896-1964) e) Carlos P. Valino, Jr. (1926 – 2008)
            Oct. 22, 2022

            a) Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) b) Unidentified Artist c) Ireneo L. Miranda (1896-1964) d) Ireneo L. Miranda (1896-1964) e) Carlos P. Valino, Jr. (1926 – 2008)

            Est: ₱30,000 - ₱39,000

            a) Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) Portrait of a Man signed and dated 1948 (lower right); dedicated “al mio caro amica / Sig Alcantara” graphite on paper 9 1/2” x 8 1/2” (24 cm x 11 cm) b) Unidentified Artist Portrait of a Man signed and dated July 27, 1948 (lower right) graphite on paper 10” x 7” (25 cm x 18 cm) c) Ireneo L. Miranda (1896-1964) Portrait of a Man signed and dated Philippines XI-12- 1946 (lower right) graphite on paper 11 1/2” x 8 1/2” (29 cm x 21 cm) d) Ireneo L. Miranda (1896-1964) Portrait of a Man signed and dated Philippines XI-12- 1946 (lower right) watercolor on paper 12 1/2” x 9” (31 cm x 23 cm) e) Carlos P. Valino, Jr. (1926 – 2008) Untitled (Kargador) signed and dated October 15, 1947 (lower right); inscribed “Prof. Miranda” (upper left) pen and ink on paper 12 1/2” x 9” (31 cm x 23 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)
            Oct. 21, 2022

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱10,000 - ₱13,000

            An Araceli Limcaco-Dans Shawl print 56 1/2” x 26 1/2” (144 cm x 67 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)
            Jul. 30, 2022

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱35,000 - ₱45,500

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) Virgin signed and dated 1982 (lower right) pastel on paper 20 1/2” x 14” (52 cm x 36 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Untitled (Standing Woman)
            Mar. 12, 2022

            Untitled (Standing Woman)

            Est: ₱280,000 - ₱300,000

            Araceli Dans (b. 1929) Untitled (Standing Woman) Signed and dated '1982' (lower right) Oil pastel on paper 54 x 37 cm (21 x 14 1/2 in)

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)
            Jun. 05, 2021

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱700,000 - ₱910,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) Dala ng Hangin (Series) signed and dated 2004 (lower left) watercolor on paper 30” x 22” (76 cm x 56 cm) Accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot Literature: Araceli Limcaco Dans . Equitable PCI Bank, Inc. Makati City. 2005. p. 129. Araceli Limcaco Dans was trained under the artistic prowess of Fernando Amorsolo. She was accepted to the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts by the celebrated painter when she was still a high school senior, allowing her to obtain a bachelor’s degree in only three years. Amorsolo did that for Dans to continue pursuing her career in painting, saying that she had an advanced capability when she entered the halls of the Fine Arts college. Conceivably the most celebrated and iconic pieces of Dans are her masterly rendered depictions of calado, the exquisite white patterned embroidery on pineapple fiber that was often associated with 19th-century Filipino women in the upper echelons of society. According to the artist, her luminously exquisite representation of the calados is inspired by her nationalist predisposition and by 19th-century painters Damian Domingo and Simon Flores, among other celebrated Filipino master painters of that period in history. As Sylvia Mendez Ventura, Leonor Orosa Goquingco, and her daughter Maria Araceli Dans Lee described in their monograph titled Araceli Limcaco Dans: “Araceli Dans and calado became twin sisters, just as Picasso and cubism were twin brothers.”

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)
            Jun. 05, 2021

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱700,000 - ₱910,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) Gift From the Sea I signed and dated 2020 (lower left) acrylic on canvas 30” x 24” (76 cm x 61 cm) Provenance: Private collection, Manila This piece is accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot The works of the acclaimed master Araceli Limcaco-Dans combine the artist’s personal experience with an undoubtedly timeless essence. As a student, she was mentored under Angela Fernandez and National Artist Fernando Amorsolo. Both her mentors noted that Araceli indeed was an excellent student who strove to find her own voice in the local and international art scene. Beyond her technical mastery over her craft, Araceli also possessed a unique affinity for the human soul. Her myriad of personal experiences, from her colorful upbringing to her encounters during the Second World War, infused her works with a plethora of emotions such as nostalgia, love, longing, and even loss. Her effervescent style tugs at the heartstrings as it silently recites an ode that will make even the hardest of hearts melt. In this piece titled Gift From the Sea I we see a synthesis of the artists’ most recognizable themes. Throughout her career, Araceli was most lauded for her nuanced and intricate depictions of the Calado weaving style. The Calado is an open-work style that is commonly utilized in a myriad of Tagalog and Luzon textiles. It is most often utilized as motifs in the making and designing of the traditional barong tagalog and baro’t saya. In the piece, one can see the delicately rendered Calado cloth among a collection of immaculately rendered shells and coral—an undoubtedly Filipino collection of items and images

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)
            Jun. 05, 2021

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱80,000 - ₱104,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) Mga Ibong “Tarat” signed (upper left) graphite and conte crayon on paper 19” x 14” (48 cm x 36 cm) Araceli-Limcaco Dans is a dauntless painter – an artist who continues to push her virtuosic boundaries. She is highly acclaimed for her meticulously detailed paintings in oil, watercolor, and acrylic. She had her first formal training in the arts at Sta. Rosa College then went on to the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts where she was taught by Fernando Amorsolo. As one of the most outstanding students of the master painter, Limcaco Dans strove to find and explore the distinctiveness of her artistry, saying: “I did not want to be like Amorsolo and so forth. I had to look for myself.” Aside from her famous calado paintings, Limcaco Dans has also depicted various subjects, as seen in this piece titled Mga Ibong “Tarat.” Veering away from her usual media, she employs the use of graphite and conte crayon, an exemplary proof of her pushing her capabilities beyond the limits of her traditional style. Limcaco Dans has exhibited at major museums and galleries both locally and abroad and has received numerous accolades throughout her professional career as an artist and educator.

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco - Dans (b. 1929)
            Apr. 09, 2021

            Araceli Limcaco - Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱300,000 - ₱390,000

            Araceli Limcaco - Dans (b. 1929) Still Life signed and dated 1997 (lower left) watercolor 30” x 22” (76 cm x 56 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Blown in by The Wind
            Feb. 28, 2021

            Blown in by The Wind

            Est: S$1,300 - S$1,800

            Dans, Araceli Limcaco (b. 1929, Filipino), Blown in by The Wind, created in 2004, watercolour on paper, 76 x 56 cm, inscribed, signed and dated on lower left, Pick up point: Jakarta, Tags: Philippines, Filipino, modern, still life 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
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b.1929) - San Fernando Street Bridge
            Feb. 27, 2021

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b.1929) - San Fernando Street Bridge

            Est: ₱100,000 - ₱130,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b.1929) San Fernando Street Bridge signed and dated 1968 (upper left) oil on panel 24” x 15 1/2” (61 cm x 39 cm)   Provenance: A gift of President and Mrs. Carlos P. Garcia to the present owner   Accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot     WRITE UP: Araceli Limcaco-Dans is an artist that is undoubtedly concerned with the emotional and expressive possibilities of art. As a student, she was mentored under Angela Fernandez and National Artist Fernando Amorsolo. Both her mentors noted that Araceli indeed was an excellent student who strove to find her own voice in the local and international art scene. Beyond her technical mastery over her craft, Araceli also possessed a unique affinity for the human soul. Her myriad of personal experiences, from her colorful upbringing to her encounters during the Second World War, infused her works with a plethora of emotions such as nostalgia, love, longing, and even loss. In this particular piece, Araceli seemingly offers us a novel piece of work. Though she is known for her light and airy still lifes, this piece shows us that Araceli artistic philosophy is one that is both personal and universal. This oil on panel urban landscape of Intramuros during Araceli’s time offers us a glimpse into what the artist saw, heard, and felt. Her use of soft and subdued lines are complemented by her rich color palette. The overall feel and treatment of the piece offers the viewer a dreamlike experience, capable of relaying Araceli’s own thoughts as if they were our own.

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) - Galing sa Bakuran I
            Nov. 28, 2020

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) - Galing sa Bakuran I

            Est: ₱700,000 - ₱910,000

            PROPERTY FROM THE DON EUGENIO M. LOPEZ JR. COLLECTION Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) - Galing sa Bakuran I signed and dated 1989 (lower left) watercolor Estimate USD : $14000-$18200 Estimate Euros : €11666.66-€15166.66

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) - Flower Orchids
            Jul. 18, 2020

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) - Flower Orchids

            Est: ₱30,000 - ₱39,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b. 1929) Flower Orchids signed and dated 1981 (lower left) watercolor 7” x 12” (18 cm x 30 cm) Estimate: USD $600-$780 Euros €500-€650

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans , (b. 1929), Trompe l’oeil, signed and dated 1982 (lower right), watercolor on paper
            Feb. 22, 2020

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans , (b. 1929), Trompe l’oeil, signed and dated 1982 (lower right), watercolor on paper

            Est: ₱400,000 - ₱520,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans , (b. 1929) , Trompe l’oeil , signed and dated 1982 (lower right) , watercolor on paper 22” x 30” (56 cm x 76 cm), PROPERTY OF A DISTINGUISHED LADY,

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans , (b. 1929), Callado, signed and dated 1992 (lower right), watercolor on paper
            Feb. 22, 2020

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans , (b. 1929), Callado, signed and dated 1992 (lower right), watercolor on paper

            Est: ₱400,000 - ₱520,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans , (b. 1929) , Callado , signed and dated 1992 (lower right) , watercolor on paper 22” x 30” (56 cm x 76 cm),

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b.1929) - Dilaw na Hardin
            Jan. 18, 2020

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b.1929) - Dilaw na Hardin

            Est: ₱200,000 - ₱260,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans (b.1929) Dilaw na Hardin signed and dated 1987 (upper right) watercolor on paper 17 1/2” x 14 1/2” (44 cm x 37 cm) Certificate of Authenticity: This piece is accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist.

            Leon Gallery
          • Burdado at Batik
            Nov. 30, 2019

            Burdado at Batik

            Est: ₱320,000 - ₱416,000

            Araceli Limcaco-Dans’s paintings successfully transcend the trite and sentimental by virtue of the rich complexities inherent in the subjects she chooses. Beneath the simplicity of the juxtapositions is a host of possible meanings just waiting to be deciphered. In this work from 1983, pieces of three different cloths—a delicately embroidered lace, a sky blue colored silk, and another multi-colored cloth—rest in a native basket, freshly washed and ready to be hanged as signified by the two white clothespins. Dans demonstrates an unassailable fidelity to nature in the realist tradition. What ensues is a smart juxtaposition between textures, colors—from intricate fabric details to the serene and wild colors of the fabrics—and the different roles of a woman—a wife, mother, and a provider.

            Leon Gallery
          • ARACELI DANS, A Study: Filipina Series 1
            Oct. 19, 2019

            ARACELI DANS, A Study: Filipina Series 1

            Est: ₱50,000 - ₱80,000

            2005, pastel on paper, 13 x 10 in (33 x 25.4 cm)

            Finale Auctions
          • ARACELI DANS, A Symphony of Blooms
            Oct. 19, 2019

            ARACELI DANS, A Symphony of Blooms

            Est: ₱200,000 - ₱350,000

            1993, watercolor on paper, 22 x 30 in (55.8 x 76.2 cm)

            Finale Auctions
          • Araceli Dans - 1929 - Baso at Mantel (Glass & Tablecloth)
            Sep. 14, 2019

            Araceli Dans - 1929 - Baso at Mantel (Glass & Tablecloth)

            Est: ₱160,000 - ₱208,000

            Araceli Dans 1929 Baso at Mantel (Glass & Tablecloth) signed and dated 1987 (lower right) watercolor on paper Araceli Dans’ paintings successfully transcend the trite and sentimental by virtue of the rich complexities inherent in the subjects she chooses. Beneath the simplicity of the juxtapositions is a host of possible meanings just waiting to be deciphered. In these works from 1987, pieces of piña fabric, delicately embroidered with flowers and other motifs are juxtaposed with objects picked from mother nature which also feature decorative attributes: a wild flower, the sampaguita and large variety of sea shells respectively. Dans demonstrates an unassailable fidelity to nature in the realist tradition. What ensues is a play of contrasts between the intricate motifs embroidered in the fabric and the natural ornamentation which are the attributes of the living objects from nature.

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans - (b.1929) - Ang Kalachuchi Dilaw na Hardin Dala ng Alon III
            Sep. 14, 2019

            Araceli Dans - (b.1929) - Ang Kalachuchi Dilaw na Hardin Dala ng Alon III

            Est: ₱500,000 - ₱650,000

            Araceli Dans (b.1929) Ang Kalachuchi Dilaw na Hardin Dala ng Alon III signed and dated 1987 signed and dated 1987 signed and dated 1987 watercolor on paper watercolor on paper watercolor on paper

            Leon Gallery
          • ARACELI DANS ABSTRACT SIGNED & #1/1 PRINT
            Aug. 14, 2019

            ARACELI DANS ABSTRACT SIGNED & #1/1 PRINT

            Est: $350 - $650

            ARACELI DANS ABSTRACT SIGNED & NUMBERED PRINT, EDITION #1/1. Height: 42.5 & 30 in. by Width: 34.5 & 20 in.

            Lewis & Maese Antiques & Auctions
          • Araceli Dans(b.1929) “Pagmamahal ni Inay”
            Jul. 20, 2019

            Araceli Dans(b.1929) “Pagmamahal ni Inay”

            Est: ₱1,000 - ₱1,300

            Araceli Dans(b.1929) “Pagmamahal ni Inay”

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans (b.1929) Untitled
            Jul. 20, 2019

            Araceli Dans (b.1929) Untitled

            Est: ₱80,000 - ₱104,000

            Araceli Dans (b.1929) Untitled

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans , (b.1929) , The Flaming Vine
            Jun. 22, 2019

            Araceli Dans , (b.1929) , The Flaming Vine

            Est: ₱140,000 - ₱182,000

            Araceli Dans , (b.1929) , The Flaming Vine , signed and dated 2007 (lower right) , watercolor on paper , 24” x 18” (61 cm x 46 cm),

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans, Pinitas ni Lola (Grandmother's Harvest), 1988
            May. 18, 2019

            Araceli Dans, Pinitas ni Lola (Grandmother's Harvest), 1988

            Est: ₱200,000 - ₱285,000

            watercolor on paper, 30 x 20 in (76.2 x 50.8 cm)

            Finale Auctions
          • Araceli Dans (b.1929), Dakilang Rosal, signed and dated 2005 (lower left)
            Apr. 13, 2019

            Araceli Dans (b.1929), Dakilang Rosal, signed and dated 2005 (lower left)

            Est: ₱400,000 - ₱520,000

            Araceli Dans (b.1929), Dakilang Rosal, signed and dated 2005 (lower left) , acrylic on canvas 30” x 24” (76 cm x 61 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans A Nude Study
            Jan. 19, 2019

            Araceli Dans A Nude Study

            Est: ₱20,000 - ₱26,000

            Araceli Dans A Nude Study charcoal on paper 25” x 19” (64 cm x 48 cm) signed and dated 1999 (lower right) This piece is accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans Panuelo
            Jan. 19, 2019

            Araceli Dans Panuelo

            Est: ₱120,000 - ₱156,000

            Araceli Dans Panuelo watercolor on paper 14 1/2” x 22” (37 cm x 56 cm) signed and dated 1992 (lower right) This piece is accompanied by a certificate issued by the artist confirming the authenticity of this lot

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans
            Oct. 19, 2018

            Araceli Dans

            Est: ₱300,000 - ₱390,000

            Pag-sikat Ng Araw signed and dated 2000 (lower left)) watercolor on paper 30” x 22” (76 cm x 58 cm

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans
            Oct. 19, 2018

            Araceli Dans

            Est: ₱1,000 - ₱1,300

            Mag-Ina signed and dated 2000 Noritake Limited Edition/The Catholic Women’s Club Inc. 0939/1500 D: 8 1/2” (22 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans
            Oct. 19, 2018

            Araceli Dans

            Est: ₱80,000 - ₱104,000

            Untitled signed lower right mixed media on paper 30” x 24” (76 cm x 61 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans The Paper Bag signed and dated 1992 (lower right) watercolor
            Jul. 27, 2018

            Araceli Dans The Paper Bag signed and dated 1992 (lower right) watercolor

            Est: ₱20,000 - ₱26,000

            Araceli Dans The Paper Bag signed and dated 1992 (lower right) watercolor on paper 22” x 15” (56 cm x 38 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • ARACELI DANS (b. 1929) Nude
            Jul. 29, 2017

            ARACELI DANS (b. 1929) Nude

            Est: ₱80,000 - ₱104,000

            ARACELI DANS (b. 1929) Nude signed and dated 1988 (lower right) Watercolor on paper 1988

            Leon Gallery
          • ARACELI DANS (b. 1929) Yakap ni Inay
            Jul. 29, 2017

            ARACELI DANS (b. 1929) Yakap ni Inay

            Est: ₱5,000 - ₱6,500

            ARACELI DANS (b. 1929) Yakap ni Inay signed and dated 2015 (lower right) Print 22/30 2015

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans (b.1929) Calado Series
            Feb. 18, 2017

            Araceli Dans (b.1929) Calado Series

            Est: ₱70,000 - ₱91,000

            Araceli Dans (b.1929) Calado Series signed and dated 1993 (lower left) watercolor on paper 1993 15” x 22” (38 cm x 56 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • Araceli Dans (b. 1929)
            Sep. 17, 2016

            Araceli Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱90,000 - ₱110,000

            Untitled

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Araceli Dans (b. 1929)
            Sep. 17, 2016

            Araceli Dans (b. 1929)

            Est: ₱26,000 - ₱28,000

            Philippines

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Araceli Dans -Singkamas
            Mar. 12, 2016

            Araceli Dans -Singkamas

            Est: ₱65,000 - ₱70,000

            Pen and watercolor on paper

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Araceli Dans (b.1929)
            Dec. 05, 2015

            Araceli Dans (b.1929)

            Est: ₱100,000 - ₱130,000

            Araceli Dans (b.1929) Still Life signed and dated 1988 (lower right) watercolor on paper 21” x 29” (53 cm x 74 cm)

            Leon Gallery
          • ARACELI DANS - Naiwan ng Alon
            Nov. 28, 2015

            ARACELI DANS - Naiwan ng Alon

            Est: ₱95,000 - ₱110,000

            Dans' signature callado lace becomes increasingly intricate as it moves from the upper background and into the lower foreground, leading the viewer's gaze to the seashells highlighted at the bottom of the piece. The overflowing lace perfectly complements the seashells' small, sparse, and isolated orientation, creating a graceful balance in the painting.

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Araceli Dans - Untitled (Sunflower)
            Sep. 19, 2015

            Araceli Dans - Untitled (Sunflower)

            Est: ₱100,000 - ₱120,000

            Araceli Dans Untitled (Sunflower) Balance is achieved by Dans through the juxtaposition of two opposing textures––delicate florets and intricate lace hold a sense of sentimentality while the smooth, mirrored surface is cool and detached. 1986 51 x 61 cm (20 x 24 in) Oil on canvas

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Araceli Dans - Untitled
            Sep. 19, 2015

            Araceli Dans - Untitled

            Est: ₱190,000 - ₱220,000

            Araceli Dans Untitled From the incredible detailing on the folds of the callado lace, to the complex intersection of lines of the tribal textile, Dans finds harmony in disparate prints with a signature effortlessness. 1998 56 x 75 cm (22 x 29 1/2 in) Watercolor

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Araceli Dans - Dala Ng Hangin
            Jun. 06, 2015

            Araceli Dans - Dala Ng Hangin

            Est: ₱65,000 - ₱75,000

            Araceli Dans - Dala Ng Hangin 45 x 61 cm (17 ¾ x 24 in)

            Salcedo Auctions
          • Araceli Dans - Untitled (Still Life with Shells and Lace)
            Mar. 07, 2015

            Araceli Dans - Untitled (Still Life with Shells and Lace)

            Est: ₱95,000 - ₱110,000

            48 x 60.5 cm (19 x 24 in); acrylic on canvas;2003

            Salcedo Auctions
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