Fabulous Day of the Dead Catrina by Manuel Cruz Prudencio. This Catrina is perfectly carved and very nicely painted. Catrin is a Spanish word that means a rich man, and Catrina is a rich woman. The Day of the Dead catrina was a creation of Jose Guadalupe Posada, a great cartoonist and illustrator of the early 20th Century. The Catrina was meant to satirize the life of the upper classes during the reign of Mexican dictator Porfirio Diaz. Such a graceful lady!
Dimensions: 13''Tall 5''Long 4.5''Wide