Diego Rivera

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'Flower Day' is the first of Rivera's depictions of flower sellers. Here are three facts you might not know about this powerful painting. Diego Rivera Art, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, New York Flower, Buy Prints Online, Cubist Paintings, Art In The Age, Indianapolis Museum, Chalk Pastels, Expo

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'Flower Day' is the first of Rivera's depictions of flower sellers. Here are three facts you might not know about this powerful painting.

Diego Rivera's 'Flower Day' Celebrates the Struggle of Post-Revolutionary Mexico—Here Are Three Things You Might Not Know It The Flower Carrier, Vermeer Paintings, Picasso Paintings, Oil Paintings, Diego Rivera Art, San Francisco Museums, Southwest Art, Oil Painting Reproductions, Mexican Art

Diego Rivera's 'Flower Day' Celebrates the Struggle of Post-Revolutionary Mexico—Here Are Three Things You Might Not Know About It

'Flower Day' is the first of Rivera's depictions of flower sellers. Here are three facts you might not know about this powerful painting.

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Diego Rivera's 'Flower Day' Celebrates the Struggle of Post-Revolutionary Mexico—Here Are Three Things You Might Not Know About It

'Flower Day' is the first of Rivera's depictions of flower sellers. Here are three facts you might not know about this powerful painting.

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Diego Rivera's 'Flower Day' Celebrates the Struggle of Post-Revolutionary Mexico—Here Are Three Things You Might Not Know About It

'Flower Day' is the first of Rivera's depictions of flower sellers. Here are three facts you might not know about this powerful painting.

Diego Rivera Mexico, 1886, Flower Day [detail] (1925). Image by Keith Daly, via Flickr. Diego Rivera, Detroit, Tribute In Light, Art Basel Hong Kong, Aesthetic Objects, Los Angeles Museum, Aztec Culture, Socialist Realism, Kunst Online

Diego Rivera's 'Flower Day' Celebrates the Struggle of Post-Revolutionary Mexico—Here Are Three Things You Might Not Know About It

'Flower Day' is the first of Rivera's depictions of flower sellers. Here are three facts you might not know about this powerful painting.

Diego Rivera (Mexican, Portrait of Mrs. Natasha Gelman, Oil on canvas, 45 ¼ x 60 ¼ inches. The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection of Century Mexican Art. The Vergel Foundation. (c) 2013 Banco de México Diego Rivera Diego Rivera Art, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Frida E Diego, Martin Munkacsi, Art Gallery, Mexican Artists, Oil Painting Reproductions, Mural Painting, Encaustic Painting

Diego Rivera's 'Flower Day' Celebrates the Struggle of Post-Revolutionary Mexico—Here Are Three Things You Might Not Know About It

'Flower Day' is the first of Rivera's depictions of flower sellers. Here are three facts you might not know about this powerful painting.

The Whitney reproduced Diego Rivera's controversial office mural — Quartz at Work Office Mural, Office Lobby, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Art Boots, Museum Studies, Whitney Museum, Spanish Artists, Encaustic Painting, Chalk Pastels

America’s most controversial office-lobby mural has been resurrected

Art booted from 30 Rockefeller Plaza has been reborn at the Whitney Museum.

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters. Diego Rivera Art, Chaim Soutine, Mexican Revolution, Aztec Culture, Travel Humor, Wedding Art, Painters, Display Cases, Art

Diego Rivera’s 5 Most Iconic Works

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the 20th century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters.

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Diego Rivera’s 5 Most Iconic Works

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the 20th century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters.

Mexican muralist Diego Rivera was as well-known for controversy as art, and was also famous for his volatile marriage to fellow artist Frida Kahlo. Diego Rivera Art, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Munier, Social Realism, Mexican Artists, City Photography, Linocut Prints, Mexico City, Les Oeuvres

Diego Rivera’s 5 Most Iconic Works

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the 20th century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters.

 When you’re in Mexico City don’t forget to check out the National Palace. Large murals by renowned artist Diego Rivera cover the walls telling the history of Mexico. Visiting Mexico City, Visit Mexico, Chaim Soutine, Mexican Revolution, Diego Rivera, Mexico Travel, Palace, History, Murals

Diego Rivera’s 5 Most Iconic Works

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the 20th century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters.

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Diego Rivera’s 5 Most Iconic Works

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the 20th century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters.

Diego Rivera was a prominent Mexican painter and the husband of Frida Kahlo. His large wall works in fresco helped establish the Mexican Mural Movement in Mexican art. Diego Rivera Art, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Frida And Diego, Blanton Museum, Self Portrait Drawing, Clemente Orozco, Statues, Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Cleveland Museum

Diego Rivera’s 5 Most Iconic Works

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the 20th century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters.

An exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts will celebrate Mexican artist Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, and the year they spent in the city while he completed the Diego Rivera Art, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Frida And Diego, Monuments, Jose Maria Velasco, Statues, Chaim Soutine, Rockefeller Center, Mural Painting

Diego Rivera’s 5 Most Iconic Works

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the 20th century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters.

Diego Rivera Zapata Style Landscape Poster by Jon Baran - X Matisse, Picasso, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Chaim Soutine, Frida And Diego, Mexican Art, Animal Design, Landscape Art

Diego Rivera’s 5 Most Iconic Works

Diego Rivera established himself as one of the 20th century’s most ambitious, boundary-pushing painters.

 This Mexican painter married twice another famous Mexican painter. Famous Mexican Painters, Daily Fun Facts, Diego Rivera, Trivia, Art Day, More Fun, Action Figures, I Am Awesome, Pinterest Photography

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“Trivia time! This Mexican painter married twice another famous Mexican painter. Who is he? 'Market Place'”