National Museum of Mexican Art
The Nation's only accredited Latino Cultural institution celebrates its 25th Anniversary all year long by exhibiting the best of its 7,000-piece collection. Admission is ALWAYS free. http://www.nationalmuseumofmexicanart.org
El Alma de la Fiesta, (image) Antonio Gómez R., Jarabe con Charape / Jarabe Dance with Charape Drinks, 1939, chromolithograph (calendar) published by Pyasa Lito Leos / Prop. Art., 32 1/4" x 18 1/8" (paper size), National Museum of Mexican Art Permanent Collection, 1999.502, Museum Purchase Fund, photo credit: Michael Tropea
Jarabe con Charape / Jarabe Dance with Charape Drinks, 1939 chromolithograph, artist Antonio Gomez R. from the Museum's permanent collection.
Giant Puppets used for Mexican fiestas.
Such a beautiful painting - and that's just one scene from this piece of art on exhibit at the National Museum of Mexican Art as it celebrates 25 years in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood. Its 25th Fiesta kicks off Sunday, 3-25
Find this great painting in the Museum's "Keepers" Gallery, one of four showcasing the 7,000 paintings, sculptures, jewelry, prints, 3D and other art works in the nationally accredited National Museum of Mexican Art. Their 25th Anniversary celebration kicks off Sunday 3-25 at noon in Chicago near 19th & Damen.
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A Mexican Artist's take on the Mona Lisa or the Virgin of Guadalupe? See it at the National Museum of Mexican Art, during its 25th Anniversary year! Near 19th & Damen in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood.