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Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm)

Overview
Works: 156 works in 156 publications in 1 language and 160 library holdings
Genres: Pictorial works  History 
Classifications: PQ7297.S85,
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Most widely held works by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm)
Señora, su conejito ya no le gusta el zacate, solo quiere chocolate. Qué animal tan picudito! by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Broadside shows two women looking at a rabbit on a table. The ballad conveys, by means of metaphor, disdain of the upper class for living a life of luxury, represented by their attire and their diet. There is an additional ballad on the verso which expounds on the virtues of the National Bank
El nuevo coyote by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Printed gameboard shows illustrations of chickens on the border and a coyote eating a sheep at the center. The text gives the instructions to the game. A popular game, it was reprinted many times after the death of Jose Posada and his publisher, Antonio Vanegas Arroyo
La aurora del nuevo día en los campos de Belem--pastorela en un acto by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Chapbook cover shows a scene from a one-act Christmas shepherd's play: four shepherds--two women and two men--stand together, with a town in the background and the Star of Bethlehem above. The script concerns a "good versus evil" storyline involving the shepherds, with the birth of the child Jesus at the center of the play's events
Fregoli : monólogo comico burlesco by C. S Suárez ( Book )
in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Por finjir [sic] espantos diálogo cómico en un acto by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Chapbook cover shows a scene from a play: a man sits on the edge of a bed, hunched over, with his hand in a chamber pot. A child, under the bed, pushes the man's bottom with a broom. There are also two brushes floating above the bed. The script concerns the ploys of a boy faking the presence of ghosts to deceive his father
Gran bola de garbanceras que, por ser muy pretensiosas, se volverán calaveras podridas y apestosas by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside, on recto, shows skeletons purchasing such items as candles and sugar skulls for the Day of the Dead celebration. A female skeleton carrying a skull and a male skeleton carrying a basket face each other lower left and lower right. The text, in verse, jokes about the graces of serving maids who are not to be trusted with one's love. On the verso are four skeletons, two in fancy dress (male and female) and two others in simple clothing (male and female). The verso text conveys a calavera in verse directed at catrinas and catrines (fancy ladies and dandies), saying no matter how well groomed they may be they will wind up in hell with all their pretenses. Also on the verso there is a short calavera verse titled "Epitaphs." This broadside is similar to PGA - Vanegas, no. 35, except no. 35 is printed on brown wood paper and has different borders and headline fonts
Juego del circo by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Game has numbered areas showing different circus acts, involving horseback riding, acrobatics, and juggling. The accompanying text describes the rules of the game
Corrido de Reyes Ruiz. Corrido de Martín Herrera by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows simple ornamental border dividing the text which, in verse, consists of two ballads. The "Ballad of Reyes Ruiz," by Epigmenio Gonzales, conveys the killing of Ruiz on the eve of a Dieciseis de Septiembre (Mexican Independence Day) celebration. He is warned by his mother not to attend, but he goes anyway, gets drunk and is killed by Plutarco. The "Ballad of Martín Herrera," by Marcelino Sorio, conveys the killing of Herrera for being a crafty bandit
El cancionero popular canción del pulquero by José Guadalupe Posada ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside music sheet with illustration by Posada depicting a young man in sombrero standing in a pulqueria and holding a glass of pulque. Signed in print by Posada
La calavera de cupido by José Guadalupe Posada ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1915 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside illustrated with a series of 12 calavera etchings attributed to José Guadalupe Posada
Los sustos del valedor by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Chapbook cover shows a scene from a play: two men stand on either side of a woman onstage. The man on the left is in an official's uniform and the man on the right is in a suit and top hat. The script conveys a competition between Valedor (the protector, an official) and Catrin (the dandy) for Mariana's love
Invitación by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1943 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Invitation shows two images: miniature catrina calavera, and five figures overlooking a town. The text, written as a ballad, invites people to a Posada exhibition
La calavera oaxaqueña homenaje a Jose Guadalupe Posada : La Curtiduria by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Gran mole de calaveras. Aquí está el sabroso mole, el mole más bien guisado; métanle recio toditos que sólo vale un centavo by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1902 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside, on recto, shows skeletons having a picnic in a graveyard, embellished with decorative elements of small skulls and two grim reapers. Verso shows five skeleton images, with four of them as food vendors making their products. The text on the recto and verso is written in calavera verse and mentions individuals' first names and their trades, and pokes fun at them by pointing out their idiosyncrasies (e.g. gossiper, flirt, etc.)
Unas lindas mañanitas, a las muchachas bonitas, levàntate mamacita, que ya tu amante llegó by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside has two separate images: a man serenading two women from the street upper center, and a full-length figure of a gentleman tipping his top hat lower center. The text on the front and on the verso is the traditional Mexican birthday serenade song whose lyrics have been changed to declare one's love to a young woman. A second song titled "Mary of the heavens," referring to the Virgin Mary, appears on the verso
[La procesión] by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Restrike print shows people in procession carrying candles and a banner entering through an arched doorway
Muestras para bordado, cuaderno no. 8 by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustrated cover for a set of embroidery patterns, shows a woman sitting down at a frame, embroidering
Cogida de Rodolfo Gaona en la plaza de toros de Puebla, el 13 de Diciembre de 1908 by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows bust portrait of matador Rodolfo Gaona. The text conveys the lamentable death of this famous Mexican matador on a Sunday the 13th, which is deemed bad luck in the accompanying verse
El panteón de los huelguistas by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows a man, arms crossed, standing before a pile of skulls. The text mentions the frustration of all the strikes that have occurred following the outbreak of the Mexican Revolution. It points to the inconveniences people have endured because of these strikes. The tone of the piece idicates a sense of relief that the painters, artisans, bakers, shoemakers, and even the beggers, who went on strike, are dead
Adiós, adiós! El último corrido de la despedida de Chonforo Vico by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1909 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The broadside shows crowd of men pointing upward to an awkward looking man. The text conveys Vico's farewell sentiments to his friends as he leaves for Orizaba. On the verso there are two images: one of a man and woman looking at each other coyly, another of a man tipping his top hat. The verso text is a song titled "Catastrophe." It is signed México, Nov. de 909 [i.e. 1909]
 
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Alternative Names
A. Vanegas Arroyo (Firm)
Vanegas Arroyo (Firm)
Languages
Spanish (20)