ORIGINAL TITLE Title: ¡Victoria!
MATERIAL: Woodcut
TYPE: Poster
DIMENSIONS: 31 3/4 x 23 5/8 inches (80.5 x 60.0cm).
COMPONENTS: Small loss in the lower right margin, not affecting content.
NOTES: “One of the most impressive TGP posters is Angel Bracho´s Victory of 1945, printed in celebration of the Allied victory in World War II.

It is typical of TGP posters in that it is ardently anti-facist and is printed in eye catching red and black” (Lyle W. Williams. Evolution of a Revolution. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2006).

This is the most famous TGP posters, and rightfully so: it is a beautiful piece of artwork. Included here for reference are photos from the book "Mexico and Modern Printmaking" where this poster receives a full page.

The book was made on the occasion of the exhibition by the same name. The exhibition was a real success, it was shown in Philadelphia, Nashville, Phoenix and San Antonio.
REFERENCE EXTERNAL LINKS: Mexico and Modern Printmaking - Amazon

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¡Victoria!

DATE
Year: 1945
Decade: 1940s
Century: 19th (1801-1900)

Poster celebrating the end of World War II from theTaller de Grafica Popular.

ARTISTS
Name: Angel Bracho
Type: Artist