Fluminense Life - A Vida Fluminense
|Headquarters||Rio de Janeiro|
|End of publication||1875|
Written in Portuguese , its first issue appeared on January 4, 1868, [ 1 ] as a successor to the publication O Arlequim . [ 2 ] One of his main collaborators was the illustrator of Italian origin Angelo Agostini, [ 1 ] [ 3 ] was artistic director of the magazine; after his departure, Candido Aragonez de Faria would take over. [ 1 ] The magazine covered the Paraguayan War , from a perspective tinged with patriotism. [ 1 ]It would cease publication in 1875.
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