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Charro Collection

"Charro: The Iconic Mexican Horseman of Jalisco" In the vibrant land of Mexico, the spirit of the charro runs deep

Background imageCharro Collection: Mexican horseman or Charro, Mexico

Mexican horseman or Charro, Mexico
Mexican horseman, known as a Charro, in traditional costume on his horse on a street in Mexico. Date: circa 1920

Background imageCharro Collection: Santiago, Mexico, El Alamo - Restaurante Sombrero El Charro

Santiago, Mexico, El Alamo - Restaurante Sombrero El Charro
Sombrero El Charro Restaurant at El Alamo, Santiago, a municipality located in the center of the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCharro Collection: Jalisco

Jalisco
Charro at Hacienda Sepulveda near City Lagos de Moreno, Mexican colors, Estado de Jalisco, Mexico

Background imageCharro Collection: Customary Greeting in Mexico, 1907 (colour litho)

Customary Greeting in Mexico, 1907 (colour litho)
473001 Customary Greeting in Mexico, 1907 (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Two Mexican men greet each in other in Spanish Buenos Dias, Como Sigue)

Background imageCharro Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20103985

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Mexico, Bajio, Zacatecas, Traditional horseman or Charro at Mexican rodeo

Background imageCharro Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20103986

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Mexico, Bajio, Zacatecas, Traditional horsemen or Charros competing in Mexican rodeo

Background imageCharro Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20103983

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Mexico, Bajio, Zacatecas, Traditional horseman or Charro competing in Mexican rodeo, holding lasso

Background imageCharro Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20103982

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Mexico, Bajio, Zacatecas, Traditional horsemen or Charros competing in Mexican rodeo, mounted rider preparing to throw lasso

Background imageCharro Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20103981

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Mexico, Bajio, Zacatecas, Traditional horsemen or Charros standing, mounted, in line watching the competition at Mexican rodeo

Background imageCharro Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20103978

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Mexico, Bajio, Zacatecas, Traditional horseman or Charro performing at Mexican rodeo. Single horse and rider in blur of movement

Background imageCharro Collection: Escaramuzas Demonstrating Their Equestrian Skills

Escaramuzas Demonstrating Their Equestrian Skills
The Latinas are demonstrating their riding skill at a fiesta in San Antonio, Texas. This riding tradition originated in Mexico and is part of Mexican-American culture in the United States


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"Charro: The Iconic Mexican Horseman of Jalisco" In the vibrant land of Mexico, the spirit of the charro runs deep. Known as skilled horsemen, these proud individuals embody a rich cultural heritage that dates back centuries. Santiago, Mexico, is home to El Alamo - Restaurante Sombrero El Charro, where locals and visitors alike gather to savor traditional flavors while immersing themselves in the essence culture. The captivating painting "The Charros in the Village" takes us back to 1941, depicting these gallant horsemen with their colorful attire and fearless demeanor. Originating from Jalisco, a region renowned for its equestrian traditions they can revered for their exceptional horsemanship skills and unwavering dedication. A customary greeting in Mexico showcases an enchanting scene captured in 1907 through a vivid color lithograph. It portrays two charros engaging in friendly conversation while donning their iconic sombreros and intricately embroidered outfits. This image perfectly encapsulates the warmth and camaraderie shared among these noble riders. EyeUbiquitous_20103985 transports us into a world filled with energy as we witness a charismatic charro skillfully maneuvering his steed during an exhilarating performance. EyeUbiquitous_20103986 captures another breathtaking moment as multiple charros showcase their synchronized riding techniques at full speed – truly mesmerizing spectators with their grace and precision. Jalisco remains at the heart of this cherished tradition; it is here that one can experience firsthand the awe-inspiring spectacle of rodeos known as "charreadas. " These events bring together families from all walks of life who cheer on courageous participants competing in various disciplines such as roping or bull riding. As we delve deeper into this captivating realm, EyeUbiquitous_20103983 invites us to witness yet another aspect of being a charro – the deep connection between horse and rider.