Current Location:
Shelf 3D (PDC) -> Posada Print Collection Box 011
Location Notes:
PDC; Section 3; Shelf D; Posada Print Collection Box 011

José Guadalupe Posada Print Collection ➔ A Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (To Our Lady of Guadalupe)

circa 1900
Artworks - Height: 15.5 in Width: 11 in
The title, "A Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe" means"To Our Lady of Guadalupe". The image is in black and white with borders around the entire image and is double sided. Front: The majority of the piece is a portrait of the Lady of Guadalupe, she stands on clouds emitting rays of sun and she wears a cloak with stars and a hood, her gown underneath has flowers. An angel is by her feet holding up something and two angels float by her head holding a crown. There are four bubbles, one in every corner that contain an image. The top left has a man praying to her, the top right has a man walking away from her, the bottom left has another man praying to her, and the bottom right has a man praying to a picture of her that two other men hold up. Below the image there are two columns of text. Back: At the top it says "Verdadero, Asombroro y Patente Milagro" which means "True, Amazing and Patient Miracle". Below this is a small description and then it breaks into three columns of text. There is a separate section at the bottom, for "Gracias a la Santisima Virgen de Guadalupe por Este Singular Milagro". There are two columns of text, all split after four lines, making 8 small paragraphs. There is an image of the Lady of Guadalupe in the middle, there are two men on the left and right of the text.
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Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus Terms:
religious art
Library of Congress Subjects:
Religious art