National Artists from UP

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Fernando C. Amorsolo, painting, 1972; Francisca Reyes-Aquino, dance, 1973; Carlos V. Francisco, painting, 1973; Amado V. Hernandez, literature, 1973; Antonio J. Molina, music, 1973; Guillermo E. Tolentino, sculpture, 1973; Jose Garcia Villa, literature, 1973; Napoleon V. Abueva, sculpture, 1976; Jovita Fuentes, music, 1976, music, 1976; Vicente S. Manansala, painting, 1981; and Carlos P. Romulo, literature, 1982;

Antonino R. Buenaventura, music, 1988; Francisco Arcellana, literature, 1990; Cesar F. Legaspi, painting, 1990; Leandro V. Locsin, architecture, 1990; Lucio D. San Pedro, music, 1991; Lino Brocka, film, 1997; Levi Celerio, music and literature, 1997; Felipe Padilla de Leon, music, 1997; NVM Gonzalez, literature, 1997; Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero, theater, 1997; and Jose Maceda, music, 1997;

Andrea O. Veneracion, music, 1999; Daisy Hontiveros-Avellana, theater, 1999; Ishmael Bernal, film, 2001; F. Sionil Jose, literature, 2001; Severino Montano, theater, 2001; Virgilio S. Almario, literature, 2003; Jose T. Joya, visual arts, 2003; Benedicto Cabrera, visual arts, 2006; Abdulmari Asia Imao, visual arts, 2006; Bienvenido Lumbera, literature, 2006; Ramon A. Obusan, dance, 2006; and Ildefonso P. Santos, 2006.

Source

"University presidents, National Scientists, and Artists symbolize UP’s achievement", UP Newsletter