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Collection by Jeff (Jenny) Fernandes (Almojen) • Last updated 3 weeks ago

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A vintage portrait of a Filipina mestiza, colorized from a photo titled "Mujer de la clase rica" translated as "A woman of the wealthy cla. Filipino Art, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Women, Philippine Art, Cultura Filipina, Filipino Fashion, Native American Girls

Filipina meztiza, ca 1875, colors by Alex Lim

Colorized portrait of a Filipina mestiza from a photo by Francisco van Camp. She is wearing a traditional "barot' saya" with black raven hair, taken by Dutch photographer Franciso van Camp in a photo entitle "a woman of the wealthy class" representing the peninsular class in Spain-colonized Philippine society.

A thriller poster of Manila. A city of contrasts - so it should be in black and white. Always wanted to visit but these days I have all I need in Bangkok. Philippines Destinations, Philippines Tourism, Les Philippines, Philippines Culture, Vigan, Davao, Coron, Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Postcards

Original Vintage Posters -> Travel Posters -> Manila Philippines

Original vintage advertising travel poster for Manila Philippines City of Contrasts issued by Caltex (Philippines) Ltd. featuring a colourful design against an orange and white shaded background of a jeep and horse drawn carriage in front of historic and modern buildings with trees on the side and a lamppost framing the images, the stylised title above and logo below with the rest of the text. Lithographed in Philippines by Cacho H Nos inc. Good condition, repaired tear on right margin.

The Filipina by Fernando Amorsolo According to Dr. Jose Rizal, one of the greatest treasures of the Philippines is its women. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Art, New Artists, Beautiful Paintings, Love Art, Female Art, Fantasy Art, Art Drawings

A Tribute to the Filipina

The Filipina by Fernando Amorsolo According to Dr. Jose Rizal, one of the greatest treasures of the Philippines is its women. Throughout h...

Foro Filipino (en español) | Hispano-Filipino Heritage - Página 62 - SkyscraperCity Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Fashion, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Invention Of Photography, Filipino Fashion

Foro Filipino (en español) | Hispano-Filipino Heritage

ÁLBUM, Islas Filipinas 1663-1888 Book Info: Before the invention of photography, albums of paintings and sketches were the most vivid and portable...

Book: Sinaunang Habi - Philippine Ancestral Weave by Marian Pastor-Roces Filipino Art, Filipino Tribal, Filipino Culture, Philippines Outfit, Philippines Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Filipiniana Dress, Filipino Fashion

Book: Sinaunang Habi - Philippine Ancestral Weave by Marian Pastor-Roces

The Nikki Coseteng Filipiniana Series "Sinaunang Habi: Philippine Ancestral Weave" by Marian Pastor-Roces Photographs by Dick Baldovino and Wig Tysman Published by Anna Dominique "Nikki" Coseteng &...

José Rizal, Marcelo del Pilar, and Mariano Ponce: leaders of the Propaganda Movement Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines People, Traditional Filipino Tattoo, University Of Santo Tomas, Jose Rizal, Filipino Fashion, Tattoo Son, Noli Me Tangere

A late 19th century photograph of Filipino leaders of the Propaganda Movement: José Rizal, Marcelo H. del Pilar and Mariano Ponce. Photo was taken in Spain in 1890. Filipino Ilustrados Jose Rizal Marcelo del Pilar Mariano Ponce - Katipunan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The worlds of advertising and cigarette smoking have been intertwined for as long as we can remember. In the first half of the cent. Vintage Comics, Vintage Ads, Vintage Prints, Vintage Posters, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Fashion

84. Philippine CIGARETTE ADVERTISEMENTS from the mid 1940s - 1960s

The worlds of advertising and cigarette smoking have been intertwined for as long as we can remember. In the first half of the 20th century, tobacco companies were major contributors to the advertising industry, and many magazines and newspapers were sponsored by these companies. As the 1970s dawned, things were beginning to change. During the mid-70s, people became aware of the health hazards of cigarette smoking and the government required tobacco packaging to carry health warnings. These…

Continental Chrome Postcard Republic of the Philippines Maps Philippine Mythology, Philippine Map, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippines Culture, Philippines Travel, The Paper Kites, Baybayin, Mindoro

Flickriver: Photoset '#72157628501591429' by Jassy-50

Flickriver - view images as a 'river of photos' and more...

The worlds of advertising and cigarette smoking have been intertwined for as long as we can remember. In the first half of the cent. Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Old Advertisements, Advertising, Silhouette Artist, Philippines Culture, Vintage Graphic Design, Brown Aesthetic, Character Names

84. Philippine CIGARETTE ADVERTISEMENTS from the mid 1940s - 1960s

The worlds of advertising and cigarette smoking have been intertwined for as long as we can remember. In the first half of the 20th century, tobacco companies were major contributors to the advertising industry, and many magazines and newspapers were sponsored by these companies. As the 1970s dawned, things were beginning to change. During the mid-70s, people became aware of the health hazards of cigarette smoking and the government required tobacco packaging to carry health warnings. These…