José Guadalupe Posada Print Collection ➔ La Persecusion a Zapata el Llorón de Morelos (The Persecution of Zapata the Crying Morelos) / La Jeringa de Zapata (That Nuisance of Zapata)
Height: 11 in
Width: 7.5 in
The title, "La Persecusion a Zapata el Llorón de Morelos" means "The Persecution of Zapata the Crying Morelos". The image is in black and white with a border, and the image is double sided.
Front: At the top is the title, and then an image of a war scene, with three people shooting from behind a barricade, and two dead soldiers lying behind them. In the distance there are men shooting at group on the right riding horses away. Below this are two columns of text.
Back: At the top is the title "La Jeringa de Zapata" which means, "That Nuisance of Zapata". Two columns of text below are around a portrait of a soldier with strings of bullets around his torso. He wears a large hat and carries a gun in his right hand, with his left hand on his sword. Presumably this is Zapata.
Emiliano Zapata –– He was a military figure, who led a group from Morelos called the Zapatistas. They fought alongside Madero, but when Madero became president he disbanded Zapatistas to be just simple bandits.