Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera

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Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) Coyoacán, Mexico. Diego Rivera (1886-1957) Guanajuato, Mexico. Frida and Diego were wonderful artists. People who photographed them were also exceptional artists. We need to find, or let up, their names from photos. These people deserve it, they are becoming part of the story of Frida and Diego.

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Nickolas Muray (1892-1965)
Miguel Covarrubias (1904-1957, Mexican)
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Nickolas Muray (1892-1965)

Nickolas Muray (1892-1965, Hungarian American), 1922, Portrait of a young girl, Silver bromide print mounted on board.

Nickolas Muray (1892-1965, Hungarian American), 1922, Portrait of a young girl, Silver bromide print mounted on board.

Nickolas Muray (1892-1965, Hungarian American), 1922, Portrait of a young girl, Silver bromide print mounted on board.

Nickolas Muray (1892-1965, Hungarian American), 1922, Portrait of a young girl, Silver bromide print mounted on board.

Photo Nickolas Muray, 1920s, George Bellows(1882-1925, American), Gelatin silver print, 10 x 8", MOMA. © 2018 Nickolas Muray Photo Archives George Bellows (1882–1925, American), Oct. 1909, Both Members of This Club, Oil on canvas, 115 x 160.5 cm, National Gallery of Art. George Bellows was a realist painter, known for his bold depictions of urban life in New York City, becoming, according to the Columbus Museum of Art, "the most acclaimed American artist of his generation". The Ash Can…

Nickolas Muray. George Bellows. 1920s | MoMA

Nickolas Muray. George Bellows. 1920s. Gelatin silver print. 10 × 8" (25.4 × 20.3 cm). Gift of Mrs. Nickolas Muray. 1478.1968. © 2020 Nickolas Muray Photo Archives. Photography

Photo Nickolas Muray, ca. 1930, Rose Rolanda Covarrubias (1895-1970). iL

Photo Nickolas Muray, ca. 1930, Rose Rolanda Covarrubias (1895-1970). iL

Photo by Nickolas Muray, 1939, Nickolas Muray and Frida Kahlo.

Photo by Nickolas Muray, 1939, Nickolas Muray and Frida Kahlo.

Frida painting "Me and My Parrots," with Nickolas Muray.

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Muray and Kahlo were at the height of their on-again, off-again, ten-year relationship when these pictures were taken. Their affair had started in 1931, after Muray was divorced from his second wife, and shortly after Kahlo’s marriage to Mexican muralist […]

Miguel Covarrubias (1904-1957, Mexican)

Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991)

Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991)

Pablo Picasso by Miguel Covarrubias ~

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Pablo Picasso by Miguel Covarrubias ~

Caricature by Miguel Covarrubias - Miguel using shape wonderfully. In this pen and ink drawing, the piece is quite simple yet powerful. The patterns on the hair create an almost psychedelic look.

CLASSIC COLOURS: MIGUEL COVARRUBIAS

Hay que ser absolutamente moderno dijo Rimbaud, y, varios años después, Miguel Covarrubias lo fue. Artista -en el más extenso sentido de la palabra-,

Rosa was married to a great Mexican artist, Miguel Covarrubias. Photo by Nickolas Muray

Miguel & Rosa Covarrubias

*** Miguel Covarrubias was a Mexican illustrator, painter and writer, who became one of the most famous America's caricaturist - his work ...

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Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991)

Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991)

Pablo Picasso by Miguel Covarrubias ~

Henry Sotheran's

Pablo Picasso by Miguel Covarrubias ~

Caricature by Miguel Covarrubias - Miguel using shape wonderfully. In this pen and ink drawing, the piece is quite simple yet powerful. The patterns on the hair create an almost psychedelic look.

CLASSIC COLOURS: MIGUEL COVARRUBIAS

Hay que ser absolutamente moderno dijo Rimbaud, y, varios años después, Miguel Covarrubias lo fue. Artista -en el más extenso sentido de la palabra-,

Frida Kahlo (1907-1954, Mexican) seated with dog, circa 1944. Lola Alvarez Bravo/Courtesy of Artisphere

Frida Kahlo (1907-1954, Mexican) seated with dog, circa 1944.

The renowned Mexican painter was also the daughter of a photographer. And her collection of photos is on display in the U.S. for the first time.

Frida Kahlo (1907-1954, Mexican), ca. 1929, Dos Mujeres, Salvadora y Herminia (Two Women (Savior and Herminia). Before it moved to the Museum of Fine Arts, Frida Kahlo's Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia) belonged to the family of American industrialist Jackson Cole Phillips, who purchased it from Kahlo in 1929. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

First Painting Frida Kahlo (1907- 1954)Ever Sold, ca. 1929, Dos Mujeres, Salvadora y Herminia.

Kahlo painted Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia) in 1928 and sold it in 1929. Conservators at the Museum of Fine Arts say the maids in the portrait may have cared for Kahlo after a violent car crash.

Diego Rivera (1886-1957, Mexico), 1931-32, Frozen Assets, Fresco on reinforced cement in a galvanized-steel framework, 238 x 188 cm, Museo Dolores Olmedo, Xochimilco, Mexico. © 2011 Banco de México Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, México, D.F./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Diego Rivera (1886-1957), 1931-2, Frozen Assets, Fresco on reinforced cement, 238 x 188 cm. iL

Exhibition. Nov 13, 2011–May 14, 2012. Diego Rivera was the subject of MoMA’s second monographic exhibition (the first was Henri Matisse), which set new attendance records in its five-week run from December 22, 1931, to January 27, 1932. MoMA brought Rivera to New York six weeks before the exhibition’s opening and gave him studio space within the Museum, a strategy intended to solve the problem of how to present the work of this famous muralist when murals were by definition made and fixed…

Diego Rivera (1886-1957, Mexico), 1928, Night of the Rich, Fresco, Location: Secretariat of Public Education Main Headquarters, Mexico City, Mexico.  Covering all of the walls of these two courtyards of the are murals. 235 panels or 1585.14 m2 of this mural work was done by Diego Rivera between 1923 and 1928. This was Rivera’s first major large-scale mural project.

Diego Rivera (1886-1957), 1928, Night of the Rich, Fresco, Mexico City, Mexico. iL

‘Night of the Rich’ was created in 1928 by Diego Rivera in Muralism style. Find more prominent pieces of allegorical painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Diego Rivera (1886-1957, Mexican), 1931, Indian Warrior, Fresco on reinforced cement in a metal framework, 104.14 x 133.35 cm, Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts. © 2011 Banco de México Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, México, D.F./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Diego Rivera (1886-1957), 1931, Indian Warrior, Fresco on reinforced cement in a metal framework. iL

Exhibition. Nov 13, 2011–May 14, 2012. Diego Rivera was the subject of MoMA’s second monographic exhibition (the first was Henri Matisse), which set new attendance records in its five-week run from December 22, 1931, to January 27, 1932. MoMA brought Rivera to New York six weeks before the exhibition’s opening and gave him studio space within the Museum, a strategy intended to solve the problem of how to present the work of this famous muralist when murals were by definition made and fixed…

Diego Rivera (1886-1957, Mexican), 1931, Indian Warrior, Fresco on reinforced cement in a metal framework, 104.14 x 133.35 cm, Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts. © 2011 Banco de México Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, México, D.F./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Diego Rivera (1886-1957), 1931, Indian Warrior, Fresco on reinforced cement in a metal framework. iL

Exhibition. Nov 13, 2011–May 14, 2012. Diego Rivera was the subject of MoMA’s second monographic exhibition (the first was Henri Matisse), which set new attendance records in its five-week run from December 22, 1931, to January 27, 1932. MoMA brought Rivera to New York six weeks before the exhibition’s opening and gave him studio space within the Museum, a strategy intended to solve the problem of how to present the work of this famous muralist when murals were by definition made and fixed…

Diego Rivera (1886-1957, Mexico), 1931, Cartoon for Agrarian Leader Zapata, Charcoal on paper, 250 x 198 cm, Private collection, Mexico. © 2011 Banco de México Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, México, D.F./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Diego Rivera (1886-1957, Mexico) 1931, Cartoon for Agrarian Leader Zapata, Charcoal, 250 x 198 cm iL

Exhibition. Nov 13, 2011–May 14, 2012. Diego Rivera was the subject of MoMA’s second monographic exhibition (the first was Henri Matisse), which set new attendance records in its five-week run from December 22, 1931, to January 27, 1932. MoMA brought Rivera to New York six weeks before the exhibition’s opening and gave him studio space within the Museum, a strategy intended to solve the problem of how to present the work of this famous muralist when murals were by definition made and fixed…

Diego Rivera (1886-1957), 1931, Agrarian Leader Zapata, Fresco, 238.1 x 188 cm, The Museum of Modern Art, NY. It depicts the Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919) as he holds the reins of a horse among a group of campesinos (peasants). In 1931 Diego Rivera became the second artist ever to hold a solo exhibition at the MoMA, following Henri Matisse’s solo exhibition earlier that year. Rivera's exhibition was described as a "media event" and broke all museum attendance records.

Diego Rivera (1886-1957, Mexican), 1931, Agrarian Leader Zapata, Fresco, 238.1 x 188 cm, MoMA. iL

Exhibition. Nov 13, 2011–May 14, 2012. Diego Rivera was the subject of MoMA’s second monographic exhibition (the first was Henri Matisse), which set new attendance records in its five-week run from December 22, 1931, to January 27, 1932. MoMA brought Rivera to New York six weeks before the exhibition’s opening and gave him studio space within the Museum, a strategy intended to solve the problem of how to present the work of this famous muralist when murals were by definition made and fixed…

Frida y Olga

Frida y Olga

Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886-1957), 1924, Photographed by Edward Weston  (1886-1958, American). iL

Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886-1957), 1924, Photographed by Edward Weston (1886-1958, American). iL

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Diego Rivera (1886-1957), "The Pinole Seller"

Diego Rivera (1886-1957), "The Pinole Seller"

Diego Rivera (1886-1957) #SelfPortrait prominent Mexican painter. His large frescoes helped establish the Mexican Mural Movement in Mexican art.  In 1931, a retrospective exhibition of his works was held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Artist and Studio

Diego Rivera - self-portrait “If I ever loved a woman, the more I loved her, the more I wanted to hurt her. Frida was only the most obvious victim of this disgusting trait.” Diego Rivera

Frida Kahlo an Diego Rivera in New York, 10 May 1933

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Frida Kahlo an Diego Rivera in New York, 10 May 1933