HULING HAPUNAN, Processional santo characters from "The Last Supper", or "La Ultima Cena," as they are featured in a 1934 issue of Graphic Magazine. The caption that describes these images that are still extant today is quoted in full below.
"The Last Supper" is not from an old print or painting as you would suppose, for the thirteen figures were the handiwork of unknown Filipino sculptors of San Miguel, Bulacan. A highly valued acquisition of the well-known Buencamino, de Leon, Santiago-Mossesgeld families of San Miguel, Bulacan, these images date as far back as the early part of the 18th century. They were also another attraction, day-in and day-out, during the Philippine Exposition of Christian Arts. These images are life-size and have never before been shown to the general public.