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Catrinas and Dolls

Mexican Paper Mache

Our travels around Guanajuato have connected us to three renowned makers of paper mache art, one of Mexico’s most traditional art forms. Since the days of Spanish rule in the early 17th century, the country’s catroneros, as they were called, have been making colorful art from strips of discarded paper, soaked in a soup of flour and water. The creations range from masks and religious figures, to piñatas, Day of the Dead Catrinas and the towering human forms called mojigangas. Take a look at our evolving collection, and enjoy the work here by Pedro Hernandez Cruz, Betzabe Orozco Segoviano, and Francisco de Jesús Juárez Mújica.

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This section dolls and figures made of paper maché. The beautiful and colorful Catrina featuring her large ball gowns and fancy dresses are sure to please. The intricacy of this work is amazing.

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Catrinas and Dolls

Mexican Paper Mache

Our travels around Guanajuato have connected us to three renowned makers of paper mache art, one of Mexico’s most traditional art forms. Since the days of Spanish rule in the early 17th century, the country’s catroneros, as they were called, have been making colorful art from strips of discarded paper, soaked in a soup of flour and water. The creations range from masks and religious figures, to piñatas, Day of the Dead Catrinas and the towering human forms called mojigangas. Take a look at our evolving collection, and enjoy the work here by Pedro Hernandez Cruz, Betzabe Orozco Segoviano, and Francisco de Jesús Juárez Mújica.

paper mache art
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This section dolls and figures made of paper maché. The beautiful and colorful Catrina featuring her large ball gowns and fancy dresses are sure to please. The intricacy of this work is amazing.

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