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CaptionCatrina is the skeleton of an upper class woman and one of the most popular figures of the Day of the Dead celebrations --- --- --- La Catrina as it is commonly known was a popular print in Posada's day but soon faded from the popular memory. Along with the rest of Posada's prints it was revived by French artist and art historian Jean Charlot shortly after the Mexican Revolution in the 1920s. La Catrina soon gained iconic status as a symbol of uniquely Mexican art and was reproduced en masse.
HeadlineCatrina is the skeleton of an upper class woman and one of the most iconic figures of the Day of the Dead celebrations
Copyright Notice[1 of 88 fotos taken on Nov 2nd 2010 in the SF Mission]
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