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izoleame: “ The Masterpiece Found At Last! “ 70 years after it left Philippine shores, the famous first-prize-winning painting “After the Day’s Toil” is finally located! The masterpiece was bought in...
Oil Peddlers, Manila, Philippines, 1898 or before
This illustration was labeled “Peddlers of Oil Industry. These are to be met with on nearly every street corner. Oil being much used in cooking.” In another book of the time it is labeled as “A water-carrier and customer” Such are a lot of illustrations in old book, you don’t know what to really believe. Manila and the Philippines 1898 Author: Margherita Arlina Hamm, 1871-1907 Publisher: F. T. Neely, London, New York Possible copyright status: Not in copyright
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A Kalinga Woman and Child. This Kalinga woman in traditional dress holds her child on her hip. They are known for their bright clothes and colorful accessories. Date Photographed: ca. 1950-1980. Photographer: Paul Almasy. Location: Luzon Island, Philippines. Credit: © Paul Almasy/Corbis
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Dancer at the MassKara Festival, in Bacolod City, Philippines - The MassKara Festival is held every October in the Philippines. A prominent feature of the festival are the masks worn by participants, which are always adorned with smiling faces. The festival first began in 1980 during a period of crisis. Following a series of tragic events (plane crash & decline in sugar cane demand), the city's artists, local government & civic groups decided to hold a festival of smiles / Photo by Raymond…