Matimco and Ayala Collaborate to Showcase Juan Luna’s Legacy

In a remarkable turn of events, the lost masterpiece of renowned artist Juan Luna, “Hymen O Hymenee” (1887), has been rediscovered after being missing for an astounding 132 years. Once relegated to mere rumors and faded memories, the painting has finally resurfaced, unveiling a significant piece of art history.

Recognizing the significance of this extraordinary find, Matimco has partnered with Ayala to pay homage to Luna’s genius and give the painting the recognition it deserves. 

Stepping into Léon Gallery, visitors are transported into a world where Juan Luna’s creative brilliance and profound emotions come to life. The painting, lovingly restored, now takes center stage in a well-built home for meticulously curated artworks.

To complement the grandeur of Luna’s work, we have provided its Treated Engineered Floors from the Matwood collection at Léon Gallery. Like Luna’s enduring masterpiece, stands the test of time, preserving and celebrating the artistic legacy of our nation. Our very own, Matwood exquisite floors reveal their true elegance, serving as a backdrop that accentuates the beauty and significance of Juan Luna’s artistic vision.

Our partnership with Ayala not only breathes new life into Luna’s lost painting but also demonstrates a shared commitment to preserving our cultural heritage.

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