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Fri Mar 21 17:08:28 2014 UTClccn-n810190640.07Cuentos de puro susto /0.550.97México en la poesía colombiana /2539572José_Guadalupe_Posadan 81019064564898Aguilar, José Guadalupe, 1852-1913Aguilar, José Guadalupe Posada.Aguilar, José Guadalupe Posada, 1851-1913Aguilar, José Guadalupe Posada, 1852-1913Guadalupe Posada, JoséGuadalupe Posada, José, 1852-1913Guadalupe Posada, José, ca1852-1913José Guadalupe PosadaPosada.Posada Aguilar, José Guadalupe.Posada Aguilar, José Guadalupe, 1851-1913Posada Aguilar, José Guadalupe, 1852-1913Posada, Guadalupe.Posada, Guadalupe, 1852-1913Posada, J. G. 1852-1913Posada, José G. 1851-1913Posada, José GuadalupePosada, Jose Guadalupe., 1852-1913Posada, José Guadalupe, ca1852-1913Posada, José Guadeloupe 1851-1913ポサダ, ホセ・グァダルーペlccn-n79056069Galeano, Eduardo1940-lccn-n79122660Tyler, Ronnie C.1941-edtnc-library of congressLibrary of Congresslccn-n79021843Amon Carter Museum of Western Artlccn-n80014881Colorado Springs Fine Arts Centerlccn-no2002055095Berdecio, Robertoedtlccn-n50023531Appelbaum, Stanleyedtlccn-no90019218Rothenstein, Julian1948-edtlccn-n98015459Frank, Patrick1953-lccn-n78096940Art Institute of ChicagoPosada, José Guadalupe1852-1913Exhibition catalogsArtPictorial worksCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition, pictorial worksHistoryCaricatures and cartoonsCatalogsJuvenile worksIllustrationsPosada, José Guadalupe,MexicoSocial historyEconomic historySocial problemsWorld politicsDeveloping countriesPrints, MexicanPolitical scienceEngraving, MexicanBroadsidesSocial problems in artManners and customsPenny dreadfulsMagazine coversThemes, motivesManilla, ManuelWood-engravingWood-engraving, MexicanGahona, Gabriel Vicente,Caricatures and cartoonsMexican wit and humor, PictorialIllustrated periodicalsModernism (Art)Spanish literaturePolitical science--Caricatures and cartoonsEngravingIllustratorsSatire in artAll Souls' DayHolidaysDead in artArt appreciationRevolutions in artDeadArtEuropean Intervention in Mexico (1861-1867)Mexico--Aguascalientes (State)Seoane, LuisMexican newspapersPrinted ephemeraInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Graphic artsHorror talesPrintsUnited StatesTaller de Gráfica Popular (Mexico City, Mexico)EngraversColombian poetryDeath in art1852191318801892189418951896189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201923192419271928192919301937194019421943194419451947194819521954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201381937271122769.924NE546.P6ocn021471131ocn020879558ocn419432786ocn024891582ocn813584378ocn041095200ocn016853744ocn156045638ocn179198688ocn179165607ocn258159200ocn253133930ocn245870838ocn691413463ocn867572615ocn185996005ocn0804237078946ocn043567590book19980.28Galeano, EduardoUpside down : a primer for the looking-glass world"In a series of lesson plans and a "program of study" about our beleaguered planet, Upside Down, takes us on a wild trip through the global looking glass. From a master class in "The Impunity of Power" to a seminar on "The Sacred Car," with tips along the way on "How to Resist Useless Vices" and a declaration of "The Right to Rave," Galeano surveys a world unevenly divided between abundance and deprivation, carnival and torture, power and its lack. We have accepted a "reality" we should reject, he teaches us, one where poverty kills, people are hungry, machines are more precious than humans, and children work from dark to dark. In the north, we are fed on a diet of artificial need and all made the same by the things we own; the south is the galley slave enabling our greed." "A work of fire and charm, Upside Down makes us see our world anew and even glimpse how we might set it right."--BOOK JACKET+-+20281505354184ocn038535881book19980.56Frank, PatrickPosada's broadsheets : Mexican popular imagery, 1890-1910Criticism, interpretation, etcPictorial works"Close examination of Posada's work in context, including shocking crimes, executions, folkloric subjects, bandits, the coming of the Revolution, sources of Posada's style, etc., which help in understanding his spontaneous working-class outlook"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58+-+88546817352312ocn070876918book20060.70Miliotes, Diane HelenJosé Guadalupe Posada and the Mexican broadside = José Guadalupe Posada y la hoja volante mexicanaExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works+-+228676558522216ocn044550747book19630.73Posada, José GuadalupeJosé Guadalupe Posada, ilustrador de la vida mexicanaHistoryBiographyCaricatures and cartoonsArtIllustrationsPictorial works866ocn154790406book20050.59López Casillas, MercurioJosé Guadalupe Posada : illustrator of chapbooksCatalogs+-+9983570314803ocn051854040book20030.84López Casillas, MercurioJosé Guadalupe Posada : ilustrador de cuadernos popularesCatalogs+-+6863570314775ocn035913786book19960.39Sánchez González, AgustínJosé Guadalupe Posada : un artista en blanco y negroHistoryArt626ocn001098141book19430.94Posada, José GuadalupeLas calaveras, y otros grabados571ocn006933768book19600.90Posada, José GuadalupeLa Revolución Mexicana vista por José Guadalupe Posada; [homenaje en su cincuentenario, 1910-1960] Recopilación y presentación de Jaled MuyaesHistoryPictorial works554ocn225544462book19570.95Topete del Valle, AlejandroJosé Guadalupe Posada : prócer de la gráfica popular mexicana = José Guadalupe Posada : notorious promoter of popular Mexican graphic artHistory521ocn635465741book20100.21The Day of the Dead : a pictorial archive of Dia de los MuertosPictorial worksA collection of historic engravings, including several by José Guadalupe Posada, depicting animated skeletons in representation of the Mexican celebration known as Día de los Muertos+-+2175391395464ocn036784011book19960.37RiusPosada : el novio de la muerteCriticism, interpretation, etcCaricatures and cartoons+-+27834792514118ocn807705534book19980.59Galeano, EduardoPatas arriba : la escuela del mundo al revésHace ciento treinta años, después de visitar el país de las maravillas, Alicia se metió en un espejo para descubrir el mundo al revés. Si Alicia renaciera en nuestros días, no necesitaría atravesar ningún espejo: le bastaría con asomarse a la ventana. Al fin del milenio, el mundo al revés está a la vista: es el mundo tal cual es, con la izquierda a la derecha, el ombligo en la espalda y la cabeza en los pies+-+3924587893324345ocn021471131book19860.07Morales, AlfonsoCuentos de puro sustoJuvenile worksFolkloreUna colección que recupera cuentos de hace mucho tiempo en un estilo narrativo que usaron los cuenteros primero, y las nanas y abuelas después. [A collection of stories recovered from a long time ago in the narrative style of the first storytellers, and later of nurses and grandparents.]321ocn009064957book19800.76Carrillo Azpéitia, RafaelPosada and Mexican engraving : from the famous engraver of popular themes to contemporary artists312ocn836204368book20130.86López Casillas, MercurioPosada and Manilla : illustrations for Mexican fairy tales = Posada y manilla : artistas del cuento mexicanoCatalogs292ocn819626675book20120.95López Casillas, MercurioPosada y Manilla : artistas del cuento mexicanoCatalogs282ocn009468164book19760.59Mexican prints : José Guadalupe Posada, José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro SiqueirosExhibition catalogs271ocn051884541book20020.84José Guadalupe Posada and the Taller de Gráfica Popular : Mexican popular prints : published on the occasion of the exhibition at the Stanford University Libraries, November 1, 2002-March 15, 2003Exhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial works222ocn053144713book20020.97México en la poesía colombianaPoetry8373ocn005493257book19790.47Tyler, Ronnie CPosada's MexicoExhibition catalogs7694ocn000579096book19720.33Posada, José GuadalupePosada's popular Mexican prints; 273 cutsArt273 great 19th-century woodcuts: crimes, miracles, skeletons, ads, portraits, news cuts. Table of contents: Calaveras; Disasters; National Events; Religion and Miracles; Don Chepito Marihuano; Chapbook Covers; Chapbook Illustrations; Everyday Life; Miscellaneous; Commentary on the Illustrations; Brief Bibliography+-+69037713952885ocn023079684book19890.63Posada, José GuadalupePosada, messenger of mortalityExhibition catalogs1542ocn001711413book19440.79Art Institute of ChicagoPosada, printmaker to the Mexican peopleExhibition catalogs1436ocn001896861book19300.79Posada, José GuadalupeMonografía : las obras de José Guadalupe Posada, grabador mexicanoCatalogsArt1362ocn154790416book20080.59Posada, José GuadalupePosada : Mexican engraverExhibition catalogs+-+59335703141263ocn000189898book19680.86Díaz de León, FranciscoGahona y Posada: grabadores mexicanosHistoryPictorial works+-+21735163141127ocn017838868book19880.63Posada, José GuadalupeJosé Guadalupe Posada : Mexican popular printsHistoryBiographyCatalogsPictorial works901ocn807999506com20120.53Jose Guadalupe PosadaPosada, a witness to the Porfiriate and the Revolution, was one of the great explorers of the spirit of Mexico. The satire and tragedy of Mexican life and death were his subjects; his insights and artistic vision rank this precursor of Mexican muralism among the foremost of Mexican artists896ocn008728201book19800.47Carrillo Azpéitia, RafaelPosada y el grabado mexicano : desde el famoso grabador de temas populares hasta los artistas contemporáneosArt775ocn406174292book20090.86Barajas, RafaelPosada : mito y mitote : la caricatura política de José Guadalupe Posada y Manuel Alfonso ManilaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCaricatures and cartoonsSince 1999, caricaturist Rafael Barajas (el Fisgón) has been doing a systematic revision of the graphic art of Jose Guadalupe Posada, reconstructing his political biography. The resulting investigation (published fragmented since 2002) is polemic and proves false some of the most established conceptions of the myth of Posada. Barajas concludes that the noted engraver never worked for the newspaper ̈El Hijo del Ahuizotë, did not collaborate with the Flores Magón brothers, was in favor of Porfirio Díaz almost all his life and was part of fierce campaigns against Francisco I. Madero, Emiliano Zapata and other Revolution and rebel leaders. The book provides evidence that far from the stereotype of ̈Intellectual precursor of the Mexican Revolution̈, Posada was a man of his time: a modest graphic artist and artisan publisher, a defender of the working class and a graphic chronicler and a ground-breaking artist. The book also examines the graphic production of Manuel Alfonso Manilla, whose artwork has many times been wrongly assigned as Posada̓s work+-+3025516251742ocn002157256book19470.88Posada, José Guadalupe100 original woodcuts by PosadaCaricatures and cartoons641ocn000305247book19710.94Posada und die mexikanische Druckgraphik 1930 bis 1960. Ausstellg. Kunsthalle Nürnberg, 17. 1.-28. 2. 71Exhibition catalogs583ocn049952462book20020.37Posada, José GuadalupeViva Posada! : a salute to the great printmaker of the Mexican revolutionCatalogsPictorial works+-+3617137335534ocn063701446book20060.92Posada, José GuadalupePosada : el grabador mexicanoExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial worksExhibition catalog of the works of José Guadalupe Posada (b. México); while the exhibition does not pretend to be encyclopedic, it attempts to present the social and political currents of Mexican society and therefore presents a wide sampling of Posada's printing endeavors especial for the Spanish audience for whom Posada is not well known. Includes chapbooks, little known broadsides, etc532ocn010298928book19820.94Hiriart, HugoEl universo de Posada : estética de la obsolescenciaArtPictorial works473ocn034084343book19950.93Gómez Serrano, JesúsJosé Guadalupe Posada : testigo y crítico de su tiempo : Aguascalientes, 1866-1876History"In 18 chapters the work offers a historic perspective on the years 1866-76 in Mexico through life of printmaker Posada. Points out many events and characters that had an impact on Posada's life, including his brother, Cirilo, and his move from Aguascalientes to León in 1872. Very entertaining, with good information sources. Illustrated in b/w"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58445ocn004932267book19760.93Posada, José GuadalupeThe works of José Guadalupe Posada = Das Werk von José Guadalupe Posada444ocn035197197visu19830.66José Guadalupe PosadaPosada, a witness to the Porfiriate and the Revolution, was one of the great explorers of the spirit of Mexico. The satire and tragedy of Mexican life and death were his subjects; his insights and artistic vision rank this precursor of Mexican muralism among the foremost of Mexican artists432ocn036104124book19960.81Posada, José GuadalupePosada y la prensa ilustrada : signos de modernizacion y resistencias : Museo Nacional de Arte, Julio - Octubre, 1996Exhibition catalogs"Published on occasion of the 1996 exhibition on Posada organized by the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, presented at the Museo Nacional de Arte de Mexico. Very well documented. Includes more than 10 texts about various aspects of Posada's work printed in the Prensa Libre, a popular newspaper. Almost 200 illustrations, mostly b/w"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58+-+2028150535+-+2028150535Fri Mar 21 15:59:45 EDT 2014batch42733