New Deal Legacies:
Art and Pedagogy in Puerto
Rico, 1948-68
Jack Delano and
Irene Delano in
Puerto RicoIrene Delano and Julio Rosado del Valle in the
Taller de Parques y Recreos, (19...
As an artist, I
often thought that if
members of the nobility
could have their
portraits painted to
hang in galleries and
...
By Jack Delano
Don Emiliano Pacheco, 1946 Don Emiliano Pacheco,
1981
Children of laborer, Lajas (1946) Students at a University (1981)
Cortador de caña en Guánica 1941 Máquina cortadora de caña cerca de Juana
Díaz 1980
Sewing tobacco, Barranquitas, 1941 Assembling parts for
electronics, Caguas, 1981
Irene Delano
Irene Delano with a group of young people drawing in Fajardo,
Puerto Rico (1950)
“Danger” (1946),
Irene Delano
Irene Delano’s posters
“Open Air Gallery”
“The Baseball Players” (1951),
Irene Delano and Lorenzo Homar.
Edwin Rosskam
“Voting is a tool that we use to make our government”, Edwin Rosskam (1948)
Get
registered
Voting is a
right
Voting is a
duty.
Edwin Rosskam
(1948)
Puerto Rican artists
Silk-Screen poster workshop at the Division of Community
Education
Lorenzo Homar and Rafael Tufiño in the Division’s Workshop (c. 1953)
A friend’s house,
Rafael Tufiño (1968)
Poster and Cover, 5 stories of fear, Books for the people,
Lorenzo Homar
“Brainless John”, Carlos Osorio (1960)
“Brainless John”,
José Meléndez
Contreras (1972)
La Trampa (The Trap) Books for the people,
(1961)
Modesta,
Lorenzo Homar
(1955)
La mujer y sus derechos.
(Women and their rights)
Books for the people,
(1957)
Los casos de Ignacio y Santiago, Books for the people, (1953)
Catherine Marsh-Kennerley
Catedrática Asociada
Departamento de Español/
Programa de Estudios de la Mujer y el Género
Unive...
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  • 23 de julio de 1958
  • 1981-Don Emiliano Pacheco, un trabajador de caña retirado, cerca de Guayanilla
    1946-Don Emiliano cuando joven trabajando en un cañaveral cerca de Guayanilla
  • Hijos de un trabajador, Lajas 1946
    Estudiante universitaria, 1981
  • Cortador de caña en Guánica 1941
  • “Peligro” La mosca trae microbios, entierre la basura, tape los alimentos.
  • Los peloteros
  • El voto es la herramienta con que hacemos nuestro gobierno. E Rosskam, 1948 (serigrafía)
  • Inscríbase, E Rosskam, 1948. serigrafía
  • Lorenzo Homar, 5 cuentos de miedo/ portada del libro y cartel
    5 stories of fear
  • Juan sin seso, John without brains
  • Juan sin seso, (john without brains) by José Meléndez Contreras, 1972
  • La Trampa, The trap… consumerism
    “Lo mejor, lo mejor…” The best, the best…
  • Modesta
  • From el libro para el pueblo La mujer y sus derechos, the need for women to participate in community meetings…
  • Los casos de Ignacio y Santiago
  • New Deal Legacies Copy

    1. 1. New Deal Legacies: Art and Pedagogy in Puerto Rico, 1948-68
    2. 2. Jack Delano and Irene Delano in Puerto RicoIrene Delano and Julio Rosado del Valle in the Taller de Parques y Recreos, (1948) Jack Delano directing “los muchachos” in the film Los peloteros, (Comerío,1952)
    3. 3. As an artist, I often thought that if members of the nobility could have their portraits painted to hang in galleries and museums, my parents, and people like them, deserved no less. I most admired the artists who recognized this nobility in ordinary people.
    4. 4. By Jack Delano
    5. 5. Don Emiliano Pacheco, 1946 Don Emiliano Pacheco, 1981
    6. 6. Children of laborer, Lajas (1946) Students at a University (1981)
    7. 7. Cortador de caña en Guánica 1941 Máquina cortadora de caña cerca de Juana Díaz 1980
    8. 8. Sewing tobacco, Barranquitas, 1941 Assembling parts for electronics, Caguas, 1981
    9. 9. Irene Delano
    10. 10. Irene Delano with a group of young people drawing in Fajardo, Puerto Rico (1950)
    11. 11. “Danger” (1946), Irene Delano
    12. 12. Irene Delano’s posters “Open Air Gallery”
    13. 13. “The Baseball Players” (1951), Irene Delano and Lorenzo Homar.
    14. 14. Edwin Rosskam
    15. 15. “Voting is a tool that we use to make our government”, Edwin Rosskam (1948)
    16. 16. Get registered Voting is a right Voting is a duty. Edwin Rosskam (1948)
    17. 17. Puerto Rican artists Silk-Screen poster workshop at the Division of Community Education
    18. 18. Lorenzo Homar and Rafael Tufiño in the Division’s Workshop (c. 1953)
    19. 19. A friend’s house, Rafael Tufiño (1968)
    20. 20. Poster and Cover, 5 stories of fear, Books for the people, Lorenzo Homar
    21. 21. “Brainless John”, Carlos Osorio (1960)
    22. 22. “Brainless John”, José Meléndez Contreras (1972)
    23. 23. La Trampa (The Trap) Books for the people, (1961)
    24. 24. Modesta, Lorenzo Homar (1955)
    25. 25. La mujer y sus derechos. (Women and their rights) Books for the people, (1957)
    26. 26. Los casos de Ignacio y Santiago, Books for the people, (1953)
    27. 27. Catherine Marsh-Kennerley Catedrática Asociada Departamento de Español/ Programa de Estudios de la Mujer y el Género Universidad de Puerto Rico Recinto de Río Piedras cmarsh@gmail.com

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