Nov 1, 2013

History, Day of the Dead and José Guadalupe Posada
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Written by : William Michael| 0 | Mexico, Travel
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November 1 & 2 is the celebration of the Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos in Mexico.  A large part of the celebration are Catrina’s with elaborate decorations.

The following article is a historical account of José Guadalupe Posada and his contribution to the art world.  If you love history as I do, then you will truly enjoy this article.

Let your mind wander into the past and imagine what thoughts went through those before us.  It is a shame that we often appreciate those once they are no longer with us.

José Guadalupe Posada…Renowned in Death ‹ Vallarta Tribune – Your News and Entertainment Guide for the Bay of Banderas.

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