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We have extensive experience making barongs for groups for WEDDINGS, graduations, birthdays, anniversaries, banquets, and all other special occasions. Our personalized customer service is second to none.

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Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 18.3: Un Ministro del Alcalde de Manila by Damián Domingo

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 18.3: Un Ministro del Alcalde de Manila by Damián Domingo

Reposted from our social media. We discuss international trade in Manila, smuggled goods, the Customs House guards and Damián Domingo's painting Un Ministro del Alcalde de Manila (1833). We also talk about the subject of the painting, his standing in society in 19th century Philippines and how he dresses, including how he wears his Barong Tagalog.
Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 18.2: Un Indio Capitano, Gobernadorcillo del Pueblo by Damián Domingo

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 18.2: Un Indio Capitano, Gobernadorcillo del Pueblo by Damián Domingo

Reposted from our social media. We discuss the societal classes of the Philippines when Spain arrived, how the Spanish goverment worked with the Philippine ruling classes, and how these ruling classes evolved into the principalia class. We also look at and talk about Damian Domingo's painting Un Indio Capitano, Gobernadorcillo del Pueblo (1833) and its subjects and their clothing, including the military garb and the Barong Tagalog with short jacket worn in principalia style.
Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 18.1: Damián Domingo

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 18.1: Damián Domingo

Reposted from our social media. We discuss the life, work and acheivements of Damián Domingo, the father of Philippine painting. We also discuss the cover of his Baboom collection of tipos del pais paintings and the pantless man featured on the cover wearing a barong and surrounded by his fancy clothing.