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Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 19.4: Un Yndio Natural by Justiniano Asunción

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 19.4: Un Yndio Natural by Justiniano Asunción

We look at and discuss the 1841 Justiniano Asunción painting Un Yndio Natural, the background of this time period, the subject and his clothing and accessories, including his Barong Tagalog. We also briefly cover Sinibaldo de Mas and the Spanish edict he inspired that served as a dress code for the Philippines.
Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 19.3: A Rich Mestizo by Justiniano Asunción

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 19.3: A Rich Mestizo by Justiniano Asunción

We look at and analyze the subject of the Justiniano Asunción painting A Rich Mestizo (1841). We break down his background, his garments, including his Barong Tagalog, and his accessories.
Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 19.2: Untitled by Justiniano Asunción

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 19.2: Untitled by Justiniano Asunción

Reposted from our social media. We look at and discuss an untitled 19th century Justiniano Asunción tips del pais painting of a Filipino man in a striped Barong Tagalog, esclavina and salakot. We analyze his clothing and accessories and theorize the subject's circumstances.