Fluminense Life - A Vida Fluminense

Fluminense Life
Type illustrated magazine
country Brazil
Headquarters Rio de Janeiro
Foundation 1868
End of publication 1875
Language Portuguese
Frequency weekly
Illustration from the War of the Triple Alliance , 1868
Illustration of the War of the Triple Alliance
Magazine Illustration, 1868.

A Vida Fluminense was an illustrated magazine published in Rio de Janeiro between 1868 and 1875, on a weekly basis.

History

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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