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Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 12.2: 19th Century American Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 12.2: 19th Century American Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Reposted from our social media. We look at and discuss the illustration Native of Luzon (1845) and its subject wearing a Barong Tagalog
Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 12.1: 19th Century American Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 12.1: 19th Century American Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Reposted from our social media. We discuss Charles Wilkes, his work documenting his travels around the world and to the Philippines, the illustration City of Manilla (1845) and its subject wearing a Barong Tagalog.
Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 11.17: 19th Century English Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 11.17: 19th Century English Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Reposted from our social media. We cover C. W. Andrews' illustration called Los Batas (1859 / 1860), and we discuss the subjects, their circumstances and how they are dressed in baro't saya, Barong Tagalog, etc.