Renacimiento Filipino

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An extant copy of Renacimiento Filipino c. 1913, Collection of Dennis Villegas

Renacimiento Filipino (Revista Filipina Ilustrada)- a defunct weekly Filipino news-magazine during the early American occupation of the Philippines. Edited and published by Martin Ocampo, Renacimiento Filipino was a sister publication of the El Renacimiento, (also published by Ocampo). The magazine was divided into two sections: Spanish and Tagalog, containing news and literary articles. Some of the illustrators who contributed in this magazine were Jorge Pineda and Fernando Amorsolo. The magazine's office used to be located at Quiapo, Manila.

References

  • Agoncillo, Teodoro, ed., History of the Filipino People, Quezon City: 4th ed, 1982
  • Ocampo, Martin, ed., Renacimiento Filipino, Manila: 28 February 1913

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