Social Realism

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José Clemente Orozco ~ Paintings by Orozco (Gallery) Diego Rivera Art, Clemente Orozco, Mexican Paintings, Hispanic Art, Industrial Wall Art, Social Art, Mexican Artists, True Art, Mural Art

Orozco, Jose Clemente (1883-1949) - Carnival of the Ideologies (mural)

This painting reminds me stylistically of some of the German expressionists, such as George Grosz and Otto Dix in particular.

Jorge González Camarena Social Realism, Mexico Art, Unusual Art, Mexican Folk Art, Studio Portraits, American Art, Art Forms, Contemporary Art, Street Art

Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes - INBA - Conaculta

Jorge González Camarena

hajandrade:“Jorge González Camarena (Mexican, 1908 - La sombra / The Shadow, oil on canvas. Diego Rivera, Art And Illustration, Figure Painting, Painting & Drawing, Mexico Art, Mexican Artists, Human Art, Sacred Art, American Art

life is pornography: Photo

hajandrade:“Jorge González Camarena (Mexican, 1908 - 1980), La sombra / The Shadow, oil on canvas.”

diego rivera / the arsenal - frida kahlo distributes arms (from the cycle: 'political vision of the mexican people')/ 1928 / fresco Diego Rivera Art, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Frida E Diego, Natalie Clifford Barney, Kahlo Paintings, Mexico Art, Mexican Artists, Political Art, Mural Painting

Mexican Muralism Movement: Jose Orozco, Diego Rivera, and David Siqueiros

Mexico's Muralism movement brought three of Mexico's social realist artists to the forefront of the movement.

David Alfaro SIQUEIROS Rivera, Social Realism, Mexican Folk Art, Art Pictures, Photos, Erotic Art, David, Fine Art, Gallery

Trilogía mexicana: SIQUEIROS, OROZCO, RIVERA

David Alfaro SIQUEIROS

Ángeles, Hombres, 1950. Arte Dope, Dope Art, Freedom Art, Scary Games, Mexican Artists, Drawing Projects, Calligraphy Art, Linocut Prints, Horror Art

El grabado como parte de la lucha social - Proceso Portal de Noticias

MÉXICO, D.F. (apro).- Una mano izquierda levantada y empuñada con indignación ha sido el símbolo de un sinnúmero de...

Autor: Jorge González Camarena. Representa el nacimiento de la cultura mexicana como producto del choque de dos culturas distintas: la náhuatl, floreciente en Mesoamérica, y la española. Esto se ve claramente simbolizado en las figuras del guerrero águila y el conquistador español, los cuales mueren al mismo tiempo en la lucha. La patria mexicana estará construida por el resultado de estas dos cosmovision. Social Realism, Aztec Warrior, Indigenous Art, Surreal Art, Crow, Surrealism, Tatoos, Eagle, Mexico

La fusión de dos culturas

Sitio oficial del Museo Nacional de Historia Castillo de Chapultepec

"Zapata" Jose Clemente Orozco, Art Institute of Chicago, USA Diego Rivera, Clemente Orozco, Mexico Art, Virtual Art, National Art, Mexican Artists, European Paintings, Oil Painting Reproductions, Art Institute Of Chicago

JOSE CLEMENTE OROZCO, obras, murales, pinturas.

JOSE CLEMENTE OROZCO, obras, murales, pinturas. José Clemente Orozco (n. 23 de noviembre de 1883 - m. 7 de septiembre de 1949 ),...

 Painted by Diego Rivera at the New Workers School in New York… Mehr Diego Rivera Art, Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo, Frida And Diego, Mexico Art, Mexican Artists, Statues, Art World, Fresco, Les Oeuvres

Diego Rivera Mussolini July 15 December 8 1933

Diego Rivera Mussolini July 15 December 8 1933

 (Based on one of the black paintings of Goya). Social Realism, Francisco Goya, Cultura Pop, Pop Culture, Novels, Lettering, Art Prints, Pop Art, Illustration

EQUIPO CRÓNICA: ÉTICA Y ESTÉTICA

Manuel Valdés y Rafael Solbes El Pop art no fue un movimiento exclusivamente británico, donde se originó, o estadounidense paí...

"Angústia", Anguish, by David Alfaro Siqueiros Mexican Diego Rivera, Mexican Artists, Mexican Folk Art, Arte Latina, Latino Art, Portraits, Wow Art, Fine Art, Oeuvre D'art

Why Pets Instead of Children?

If the financial success of Harvard dropout Mark Zuckerberg tells us nothing it unquestioningly reveals that people --especially A...

Sigueiros, David Alfaro - 1937 The Echo of the Scream (Museum of Modern Art, New York City) Diego Rivera, Moma, Clemente Orozco, Social Realism, Mexico Art, Mexican Artists, Mural Art, Museum Of Modern Art, Dark Art

Sigueiros, David Alfaro (1896-1974) - 1937 The Echo of the Scream (Museum of Modern Art, New York City)

Pyroxylin; 125 x 90 cm. David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974), Mexican painter, muralist, and political activist. Together with his Mexican contemporaries Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco, Siqueiros is known as one of the tres grandes (three greats) of the Mexican mural painting movement. This movement, which began in the 1920s, was sparked by government commissions for large mural decorations in public buildings. Siqueiros was born in Chihuahua, Mexico. From 1911 to 1913 he…

"Angústia", Anguish, by David Alfaro Siqueiros Mexican Diego Rivera, Mexican Artists, Mexican Folk Art, Arte Latina, Latino Art, Portraits, Wow Art, Fine Art, Oeuvre D'art

Mexican muralists: the big three - Orozco, Rivera, Siqueiros - MexConnect

Arts of Mexico Gallery – The Big Three Mexico in 1910 was a country in despair. Foreign domination had been replaced by the tyranny of President Porfirio Diaz. Two-thirds of the people lived in abject poverty and slavery was growing at a faster rate than in the days of the Conquistadores. On Independence Day in [...]

 Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt. Clemente Orozco, Mexican People, Social Realism, David, Diego Rivera, American Art, Mexico, Fine Art, Babywearing

David Alfaro Siqueiros | Mascara (1969) | MutualArt

View Mascara (1969) By ; Color lithograph; 537x305 mm; Signed; Edition. Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.