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Diego Rivera (Dream of Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park, detalhe ) This art piece gives me the impression that something was between Diego and Frida. I think he painted this art piece practically foreshadowing that death that separate them in the end.
Día de Muertos Fiesta en la ciudad - Diego Rivera. Patio de Las Fiestas, Secretaría de Educación Pública, Ciudad de México. 1923-1924
Frida and Diego in Tizapán, 1937_Collection Promotora Cultural Fernando Gamboa A.C._Nickolas Muray Photo Archives
Artist Diego Rivera Migrant workers
Diego Rivera, "Delfina and Dimas" (1904). Am other pinner said: One thing I noticed is that the child is very light-skinned compared to the mother. Delfina, an Ixtapalapa Indian, often sat as a model for Diego. Dimas died as an infant.
Diego Rivera ~ Social Realist painter
by Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886–1957) http://www.tuttartpitturasculturapoesiamusica.com/2011/10/diego-rivera-1886-1957-mexico.html?m=1
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Artist: Diego Rivera Completion Date: 1924 Style: Art Deco Genre: portrait Dimensions: 106.7 x 121.9 cm Gallery: Museo Nacional de Arte, MUNAL INBA, Mexico City, Mexico