The collection contains broadsides, pamphlets, and prints by the Mexican artist Jose Guadalupe Posada.
Born in poverty in 1852, Jose Guadalupe Posada became the "Printmaker to the Mexican People," an influence on future Mexican
artists such as Orozco and Rivera, and is often compared to such icons as Goya and Daumier. Posada is labelled an artist,
a folk illustrator and a political cartoonist; no matter how he is categorized, it is clear that, through his prolific career,
"an inarticulate public found expression."
6 linear ft.
(ca. 1000 items)
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reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To
obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the
Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.