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by David Craven and Diego Rivera . Craven (art history, U. of New Mexico) moves chronologically through Rivera's life, examining the artist's work and life at several stages. He covers his beginning as a child prodigy akin to Picasso, his youth as a modernist, his young adulthood as a muralist, his work as a Trotsky-influenced painte.
Diego Rivera: As Epic Modernist (World Artists Series). by David Craven and Diego Rivera.
David Lee Craven (1951 – 11 February 2012) was Distinguished Professor of Art and Art History at the University of New Mexico. Diego Rivera as Epic Modernist.
David Lee Craven (1951 – 11 February 2012) was Distinguished Professor of Art and Art History at the University of New Mexico Selected publications.
Find nearly any book by David Craven. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Latin American Posters: Public Aesthetics and Mass Politics. by David Craven, Diego Rivera. ISBN 9780890134924 (978-0-89013-492-4) Softcover, Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006.
Diego Rivera, a memorable figure in 20th century art, actively painted . The artist also joined the Mexican Communist Society during that first year of his repatriation
Diego Rivera, a memorable figure in 20th century art, actively painted during the 50 years from 1907 to 1957. Mexican by birth, Rivera spent a good portion of his adult life in Europe and the United States as well as in his home in Mexico City. He was involved in the world of politics as a dedicated Marxist and joined the Mexican Communist Party in 1922. He hosted Russian exile Leon Trotsky and his wife at his home in Mexico City in the 1930s. The artist also joined the Mexican Communist Society during that first year of his repatriation. He founded the Revolutionary Union of Technical Workers, Painters and Sculptors as well.
Diego Rivera, a world-famous, celebrated, soulful artist, is the inspiration behind this collection of work featuring images of his artwork and masterpieces influenced by him and his muse/wife/fellow artist Frieda Kahlo. This vibrant and magical collection of artwork will be the highlight of any room and any decor as a centerpiece or as an accent. Enliven your home or office with art as a homage to Diego Rivera. 1 - 72 of 431 diego rivera art for sale. Keyword Artist Keyword + Artist Title Title + Artist.
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Diego Rivera had some success as a Cubist painter in Europe, but the . Since his death, Diego Rivera is remembered as an important figure in 20th century art.
Diego Rivera had some success as a Cubist painter in Europe, but the course of world events would strongly change the style and subject of his work. Inspired by the political ideals of the Mexican Revolution (1914-15) and the Russian Revolution (1917), Rivera wanted to make art that reflected the lives of the working class and native peoples of Mexico. Known for numerous dalliances with women, Rivera married fellow artist Frida Kahlo in 1929. He already had been twice before he wed Kahlo, who was 20 years his junior, and had several children from his past relationships.
Diego Rivera - artist, revolutionary, storyteller. Alastair Smart and Virgilio Garza, Head of Latin American Art at Christie’s, look at the life and art of the giant of modernism, and arguably the greatest painter in Mexico’s history. In 1907, he moved to Europe, settling first in Spain and then Paris. His work from this period reveals the influence of a wealth of European masters: from El Greco to Cézanne. A friend and rival of Picasso’s, Rivera made his name as part of the Cubist movement. One of his main works in this style was 1915’s Zapatista Landscape, which today forms part of the collection of the Museo Nacional de Arte in Mexico City. When did Rivera start painting murals?