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Mahahalagang Tala Tungkol sa Katutubong Tugma at Sujat ng Tu

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Jay Mar Canturia

on 1 September 2016

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Transcript of Mahahalagang Tala Tungkol sa Katutubong Tugma at Sujat ng Tu

The earliest attempt of the Filipinos in printmaking could be gleaned from the fragments of historical documents unearthed in the river banks of Lumban, Laguna.
PRINTMAKING IN THE PHILIPPINES
PRINTMAKING PROCESS
IN THE
PHILIPPINES

Pre Hispanic Time
The beginnings of printmaking in the Philippines can be seen as far back as 2000 BCE.
Spanish Time
When the Spaniards came in the middle part of 14th century, they brought with them their technology from Spain, aside from their ideas and techniques. To aid the spread of Roman Catholic faith, the Spaniards used printing to make copies of books.
Laguna Copper Plate Inscriptions
Did You know that Doctrina Christiana is the first book ever printed here in the Philippines on 1593. This book is also known as Doctrina Christiana en Lengua Espanola y Tagala.
Famous Filipinos in the
Field of Printmaking
Thomas Pinpin
He is the first Fiipino printer. He authored the book "Librong Pagaaralan nang mnga Tagalog sa Uicang Castila."
Nicolas Cruz Bagay
Aside from Tomas Pinpin, the other Filipino printmaker of note is Nicolas Cruz Bagay, who was an engraver, and a magnificent artist for his drawings which he engraved. One of his notable engravings is the map of the Philippines, "Carta Hydrografica y Chorographica de las Yslas Filipinas.
Manuel Rodriguez Sr.
He is better known as the Father of Printmaking in the Philippines, for he taught printmaking in his home and encouraged many of the present printmakers to pursue the medium.
RUBBINGS OR PRINTING
FROM FOUND
MATERIALS (COIN RUBBING)
You will need the following
materials
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