Museumize:Zapata Mexican Revolutionary Day of the Dead Statue - T81500

Zapata Mexican Revolutionary Day of the Dead Statue

PN# T81500
  • $27.19 USD

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Day of the Dead Celebration (Da de los Muertos) is a three-day event in Mexico and parts of the US in which people celebrate their ancestors. The art associated with this ritual originates from Aztec and early Mexican eras and is characterized by images of skeletons, skulls, and folkloric costume. This day of the dead statue resembles Emiliano Zapata who was a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution and who is still recognized today. Zapata Mexican Hero appears as a skeleton wearing a yellow shirt with a green and white shawl. He is leaning on a cactus with a snake and an eagle resting on the cactus. He is ready for anything with his rifle in one hand and his sword in the other.

Zapata Holding Rifle with Cactus Day of the Dead Statue is made from resin with hand painted details and measures 6.25"H x 3.5"W x 2.75"D.

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