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Rice Poster featuring the painting Kapuy by Paul Hilario

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Kapuy Poster


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Kapuy poster by Paul Hilario.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Great work, congrats. Joni

Paul Hilario replied:

Hi Joni, thanks for your great comment :-)

Aewsome work of art .Congrats on your sale!!!!

Paul Hilario replied:

Again thanks Joyce!!!

Beautiful work Paul.

Gorgeous work..... Congrats on your sale !

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks again for your unceasing support Ana!


Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Krothapalli!!

Congrats on the sale!!!!

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Bill!!

Beautiful colors Paul!

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Steve!

Well done Paul, yes, they are tired, planting rice is never fun bend from morn till the evening sun... Congratulations!

Paul Hilario replied:

Salamat Tina! Thank you also for the invitation to join your group :-)

Congrats on the sale!

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Ronald!

CONGRATULATIONS!!! Your artwork is among the Top 10 in the Contest "Iberoamerican Colors" sponsoring by the Group Iberoamerican Colors. Great image, wonderful colors, very well done!

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Madalena! This is a big surprise! Really unexpected. :-)

Beautiful composition, lovely vibrant colours and I love the energetic brush strokes. A definite F/V

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Leana! Yes, when I painted this I was feeling so free and unperturbed how the image will come out. The vibrant colors are actually an irony to the subject of the painting. I like to do that a lot - creating opposing ideas and concepts and/or double meanings in a painting.

This is wonderful Paul, well as your other works

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Cristopher! I think the way I painted this is more natural to me, however, the dictates of the art market, require me to paint in another way as you can see. But I will never stop painting like this. :-)

lol, Thanks Paul ,I do have those qualities that's why I can see it in others just like you probably can see it in other because you have them also, keep up the good work

wow, thanks Paul, is it because I don't comment hardly on anyone's work? It almost sounds sarcastic lol, when I know it's not. You're a great artist, you have it all great ideas, color,composition, and technique. Many don't have all 4 which I find the most important with technique being last. sorry to be so chatty

Paul Hilario replied:

I didn't even know you hardly comment Leah! I just admire your work so much. Thank you for the HUGE compliment but I think you have the qualities that you just mentioned that I have! The reason why I compared your comment to an art contest is that I can see, based on your works, that you would be a highly credible person to judge others work. I like chattty :-)

wonderful painting Paul, great perspective and thought content

Paul Hilario replied:

Thanks Leah! A comment coming from you is like winning an art competition!

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Translation: TIRED. Rice farming is hard and tedious work. You need to walk (backwards when planting) in mud under the scorching sun. One farmer takes a rest while 2 fellow comrades look after him. People forget what it takes to grow rice. We shouldn't waste it.

About Paul Hilario

Paul Hilario

I am a Filipino painter. I paint stories that spans both ends of the emotional spectrum- happy, sad, or somewhere in between. Aside from the Philippines, my works have found their way to collectors in Australia, Canada, Dubai, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, UK and the USA. You can visit my facebook art page at

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