Taller de Gráfica Popular (Mexico City, Mexico)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection depicts major events in the history of Mexico, from Spanish contact with the indigenous peoples to political events of the early 20th Century. Images dealing with Spanish missionization of the indigenous population, the Mexican War of Independence, the Mexican American War, and the Mexican Revolution are included. The relationship between the United States and Mexico is also a major theme addressed in a number of images.
Abstract The collection contains portraits by Bernard Silberstein of artists who worked at the Taller de Gráfica Popular in Mexico City.
Abstract This collection contains 10 linocuts by various TGP members, each signed in pencil by the artist. The prints focus on various events related to C. T. A. L. (Confederación Trabajadores de América Latina) which occurred between 1938-1948, as well as caricatures concerning facism.
Abstract This collection contains 15 engravings by Everardo Ramírez, each signed in pencil by the artist. The prints focus on people at work in Ramírez' home town of San Francisco, a suburb of Coyoacán, Mexico.
Abstract This collection contains five signed linocut prints by Galo Galecio. The prints originally appeared in a folio titled "Bajo la Linea del Ecuador," which was printed by the Taller de Gráfica Popular and issued by La Estampa Mexicana in 1946.
Grabados del Taller de Gráfica Popular: 23 grabados y litografías de cada uno de los componentes de TGP Folio
Abstract The portfolio "Grabados del Taller de Gráfica Popular" contains 23 offset reproductions. Subjects predominately focus on social issues affecting Mexico in the 1940s – 1960s, including pollution, war, agriculture, and labor issues.
Abstract 10 original lithographs by Jean Charlot in original portfolio.
Abstract These prints, many originally published by A. Vanegas Arroyo circa 1890-1910, are restrikes printed by the and issued by in 1942. The hand-lettered cloth folio includes a bilingual text and the signature of Leopoldo Méndez.Taller de Gráfica Popular and issued by La Estampa Mexicana in 1942. The hand-lettered cloth folio includes a bilingual text and the signature of Leopoldo Méndez.
Abstract This collection consists of 13 prints related to General Franco and the Spanish Civil War, with particular focus on the collaboration with Nazis, the role of the church, and civil abuses. The folio was published by the Taller de Gráfica Popular.
Abstract Blue cloth-covered portfolio containing ten signed linocut prints by Leopoldo Mendez of the Taller de Gráfica Popular and published by La Estampa Mexicana.
Abstract Folio (booklet format) containing seven offset reproductions of black-and-white lithographs by Leopoldo Méndez. Prints depict incidents during Mexico's Cristero Revolt when a number of rural school teachers were assassinated.
Abstract Portfolio (8 pages) containing thirty photomechanical reproductions of prints made by various processes. Works were made by some of Mexico's best-known twentieth-century artists.
Abstract Collection consists of posters, flyers, prints, serials, filmstrip illustrations, and ephemera (calendars and notecards) ranging in date from 1935-1990. Subjects predominately focus on international issues of the 1940s-1960s, including fascism and national socialism, in addition to Mexican topics, such as agriculture, labor issues, and the nationalization of the petroleum industry.
Abstract This collection contains 20 numbered prints by members of the Taller de Gráfica Popular of Mexico City. This portfolio was published marking the 100th anniversary of Zapata's birth.