Sunday, 13 November 2011

"J.G.POSADA, Mexican Popular Prints" - (Redstone Press, London 1988) - Part 3

One more installment of Posada's strange and subversive images. Diego Rivera justifiably compared him to Goya in the way he depicted folklore in his pictures as well as the passions and superstitions of ordinary people. Truly original and powerful both in subject matter and draughtsmanship.

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