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by Mercurio Casillas,José Posada,Raquel Tibol

eBook Posada: Illustrator of Chapbooks (Library of Mexican Illustrators) download ISBN: 9685208344
Author: Mercurio Casillas,José Posada,Raquel Tibol
Publisher: Editorial RM; 1st edition (June 1, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1636 kb
Fb2: 1729 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Graphic Design

This book is a must-have for any design aficionado, featuring José Guadalupe Posada's amazing illustrations for penny chapbooks has been added to your Cart.

This book is a must-have for any design aficionado, featuring José Guadalupe Posada's amazing illustrations for penny chapbooks has been added to your Cart.

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This book is a must-have for any design aficionado, featuring Jos Guadalupe Posada's amazing illustrations for "penny chapbooks," which were published in large numbers for the consumption of a growing public of literate but poorly educated Mexicans in the last quarter of the nineteenth century.

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Jose Posada was a Mexican artist, engraver, illustrator and printmaker, who produced illustrations for periodicals, newspapers, novels, cookbooks and songbooks. His illustrations often were accompanied by sensational stories. Jose began his career as an artist, making drawings and copying religious images. In 1872, he dedicated himself to commercial lithography, settling down in Leon, Guanajuato. There, he also opened his own workshop and in 1883, the artist started to work as a teacher of lithography at the School of Secondary education, continuing his work with lithographs and wood engravings.

It was dedicated to José Vasconcelos, the philosopher .

It was dedicated to José Vasconcelos, the philosopher and former presidential candidate and former president of the National Library of Mexico. The library is located in downtown Delegación Cuauhtémoc at the Buenavista train station where the metro, suburban train, and metrobus meet. It is adorned by several sculptures by Mexican artists, including Gabriel Orozco's Ballena (Whale), prominently located at the centre of the building.

Jose Guadalupe Posada (1851-1913) and Manuel Manilla (1839-1895) are the two leading icons of. .

Jose Guadalupe Posada (1851-1913) and Manuel Manilla (1839-1895) are the two leading icons of children's illustration in Mexico, and together they developed a huge body of engravings and illustrations for cheap, ephemeral, "penny press" collections of Mexican fairy tales. Published on the 100th anniversary of Posada's death, Illustrations for Mexican Fairy Tales gathers these vibrantly colorful works by both artists for the first time, many of which were done for the famous Mexican penny press publisher Antonio Vanegas Arroyo.

José Guadalupe Posada (February 2, 1852 – January 20, 1913) was a Mexican political printmaker and engraver whose work has influenced many Latin American artists and cartoonists because of its satirical acuteness and social engagement. He used skulls, calaveras, and skeletons to make political and cultural critiques.

If you own several books about Posada, then you MUST have this one, as.Excellent book about wonderful Mexican artist.

If you own several books about Posada, then you MUST have this one, as the cherry on top of the sundae. And if you can only acquire ONE book, this is it. It is a compendium of information, absolutely full-to-the-brim with images; gatefolds that open out for The Big Reveal, and more. What a book! A hefty tome, full of high quality prints on that sort of paper that is crisp with every turn of the page. A wide range of posada in all styles, this book has pieces beyond the ones we usually get a chance to see, plus a history to put the art in context.

Mercurio Lopez Casillas. The second half of the nineteenth century is considered the golden age of children's literature. Is precisely at this moment that these two artist develop a great deal of illustrations for cheap books that were very fragile and ephemeral. The distinctive style of these artists conferred an unmistakable personality on that publications. With striking illustrations that for the first time are gathered and with constant reference to Mexican culture we find ourselves in a visual voyage on the highlights of Mexican Fairy Tales

This book is a must-have for any design aficionado, featuring José Guadalupe Posada's amazing illustrations for "penny chapbooks," which were published in large numbers for the consumption of a growing public of literate but poorly educated Mexicans in the last quarter of the nineteenth century.
Comments: (2)
SING
Macabre, satiric, non-stop hellishly gloriful, Posada has got to be one of the best illustrators ever to arise anywhere in the America's, and I feel pretty lucky to have stumbled on a book full of artworks I hadn't already seen.
Kemath
Cool book! Great designs! It had a variety of different subjects and it was a good depiction of this artwork.