• Filipino Psychology
    Panolong of their Torogan or King's House. Filipinos began creating paintings in the European tradition during 17th century Spanish period. The earliest of these paintings were Church frescoes, religious imagery from Biblical sources, as well as engravings, sculptures and lithographs featuring Christian...
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  • Philippine Arts
    caption. “Sagrda” and “Aana” * 7. Juan Luna “Ilocano Filipino Painter”Political activist of the Philippine Revolution during the late 19th century 1st recognized Philippine artists His 1st tutor Don Lorenzo Guerero was so impressed with his early works Don Lorenzo persuaded his parents to send...
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  • Philippine Music
    Characteristics: When the Hispanics occupied the Philippines, Philippine music was greatly influenced. Music developed during this period is one of the roots for modern Filipino music. It was during this period that guitars became popular. Because of this, almost all the music forms in this period makes use of...
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  • Carlos Villaluz Francisco (Aka Botong B. Angono), and Fernando Cueto Amorsolo
    administration. "Filipino Struggles through History" chronicles the history of Manila from the first great Rajahs of Tondo, the Spanish colonial period, Balagtas, Rizal and the Revolution of 1896, up to the American colonial period which becomes the history of the entire nation itself. In this work...
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  • assignment
    stamp out all examples of native scripts and literature for fear that Filipinos were using exotic symbols to foment rebellion. 6. RELIGIOUS RESULTS DURING SPANISH PERIOD The Spanish also imposed new ‘moralities’ on Filipinos by discouraging slave holding, polygamy, gambling and alcohol consumption that...
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  • Painting
    Dr. Jose Rizal, the Philippine’s National Hero, that in a gathering of Filipinos in Madrid, he gave a speech prasising Luna and Hidalgo for their mastery and nationalism. Turn of the century In-demand portraitists during the American period (1900-45) included Fabian dela Rosa, Miguel Zaragoza...
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  • Paper
    lithographers during the Spanish period appeared to have been Spaniards and other foreigners. Blanco’s Flora in 1878 had designs made by Filipinos, but with color lithography done in Spain. Furniture Filipinos, especially members of the elite, gradually emulated the lifestyle introduced by the...
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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature
    , from the awit and korido, would continue in the novels of Magdalena Jalandoni. But patriotic writing continued under the new colonialists. These appeared in the vernacular poems and modern adaptations of works during the Spanish period and which further maintained the Spanish tradition.   The...
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  • Carp
    retained, the Spanish friars and the Chinese, the colony’s primary trading partner, were slowly introducing newer art forms. Icons brought by the friars were used as models for sculpture. Filipino artisans were taught the Chinese brushwork technique in painting. Engraving was also introduced. The concept...
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  • arts
    additional members into the Neorealists during the postwar period. He also founded the Saturday Group, an informal artist group which endured for several years after his death. During his lifetime, H.R. Ocampo garnered several distinguished awards—first prize awards at the competitions and...
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  • Phillipine Literary Periods
    INTRODUCTON Philippine literature is the literature associated with the Philippines and includes the legends of prehistory, and the colonial legacy of the Philippines. Most of the notable literature of the Philippines was written during the Spanish period and the first half of the 20th...
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  • Philippine Currency
    , trading of goods was conducted through barter. Later on, its inconvenience led to the use of mediums of exchange such as gold, piloncitos, gold barter rings. These are believed to be the earliest coins of the ancient Filipinos. In 1521-1897, the period where the Spanish regime ruled for 300 years...
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  • Nick Joaquin
    Philippine novelist, poet, playwright, and essayist writing in English, the National Artist for Literature. Joaquin is widely considered the best postwar author in his country. He has written largely about the Spanish colonial period and the diverse heritage of the Filipino people. Often he deals...
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  • Pre Hispanic Lit
    .      The Ilustrados - (Spanish for erudite, learned, or "enlightened ones) constituted the Filipino educated class during the Spanish colonial period in the late 19th century. They were the middle class educated and exposed to Spanish nationalist ideals. | This is the illustrados, Jose Rizal...
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  • Phillipines Essay
    Philippines were written during the Mexican and Spanish period. Philippine literature is written in Spanish, English, Tagalog, and/or other native Philippine languages. Early Filipino painting can be found in red slip designs embellished on the ritual pottery of the Philippines such as the...
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  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.
    and cultivated consciousness of craft, sometimes at the expense of social consciousness. Ironically, the greatest portion of Spanish literature by native Filipinos was written during the American Commonwealth period, because the Spanish language was still predominant among the Filipino...
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  • Philippine Literature
    - created controversy among the Spanish authority in the Philippines. They were instrumental in creating a Filipino sense of identity during the Spanish colonial period by caricaturing and exposing the abuses of the Spanish colonial government and religious authority. • Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas by...
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  • Adventure to the National Museum
    bottles recovered from the San Diego were mostly decorated with birds, cocks, geese & deer designs which were popular during the 16th century. After the Exhibit of San Diego, our feet brought us to the Exhibit of The Origin (Pinagmulan), Kinahinatnan (The Filipinos and their Rich Cultural...
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  • Essay
    Juan Luna “Ilocano Filipino Painter” Political activist of the Philippine Revolution during the late 19th century 1st recognized Philippine artists Date of Birth: October 23,1857 Birthplace: Badoc, Ilocos Norte, Philippines Year of Death: December 7, 1899 His Styles and Techniques Juan...
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  • Cultures
    their Torogan or King's House. Filipinos began creating paintings in the European tradition during 17th century Spanish period.[5] The earliest of these paintings were Church frescoes, religious imagery from Biblical sources, as well as engravings, sculptures and lithographs featuring Christian...
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