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The Taller de Gráfica Popular (T.G.P.: The People’s Graphics Workshop). Founded in 1937 by Leopoldo Méndez, Luis Arenal and Pablo O’Higgins. Leopoldo Mendez , Homage to Posada , 1956, engraving in linoleum. Jose Guadalupe (Mexican, 1852 - 1913) Streets of Mexico City , lithograph, 1913.

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the taller de gr fica popular t g p the people s graphics workshop

The Taller de Gráfica Popular (T.G.P.: The People’s Graphics Workshop)

Founded in 1937 by Leopoldo Méndez,

Luis Arenal and Pablo O’Higgins

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Leopoldo Mendez, Homage to Posada, 1956, engraving in linoleum

Jose Guadalupe (Mexican, 1852 - 1913)

Streets of Mexico City, lithograph, 1913

slide3

John Heartfield (German Dadaist

Printmaker, 1891-1968)

Hurrah, die Butter ist alle!, 1935

European Radical politics and

Printmaking in the 1930s

Gustav Klutsis, 1931The USSR is the Stock Brigade

of the World Proletariat, photo-

montage, Constructivism

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Käthe Kollwitz (German expressionist

printmaker and sculptor, 1867-1945)

Nie Wieder Krieg!, lithograph, 1924

Honoré Daumier, Rue Transnonain

Lithograph, April 15, 1834

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Modern European printmaking sources:

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (German Expressionist, 1880-1938)

Three Bathing Women, woodcut, 1913

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Jean Charlot (French, 1898-1979), Massacre in the Temple, mural, stairwell of Preparatory School, Mexico City, 1923, 14 by 26 feet; (lower right) Image d’Epinal collected by Charlot, inspired Mexican muralists to create prints.

tina modatti reading el machete 1929 and right 1926 mexican communist party magazine
Tina Modatti, Reading El Machete, 1929 and (right) 1926Mexican Communist Party magazine
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Honoré Daumier (French Realist painter

and political cartoonist, lithographer

1808-1879), Third Class Carriage, 1863

Leopold Méndez, The Merry-go-round

mid-20th century

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Käthe Kollwitz (German,1867-1945)

Weavers Revolt, lithograph, 1897

Alberto Beltran, Song of the Miners’

Parade, n.d., linoleum cut on paper

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Newton Cavalcanti,Christ,

c. 1945, woodcut on Japanese

paper

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Vasco Prado, Tribute to the Engravers Club at the

Brazilian Writers’ Congress, 1951, woodcut on newsprint

Prado was co-founder with Carlos Scliar of the

Clube de Gravura de Porto-Alegre in 1950 and

the Clube de Gravura de Baje after meeting

Leopoldo Mendez.

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Lasar Segall, Woman from the ‘Mangue’

with Persiennes, 1942, woodcut on paper