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Retrato de la Sra Dona Elena Flores de Carrillo de diego rivera

Diego Rivera (Mexican, Portrait of Sra. Dona Elena Flores de Carrillo, 1953 Oil on canvas, 140 x cm. Posted by Lara

Frida/Rosie

Few artists are more deeply revered than Frida Kahlo. In the years since her death, the Mexicana has become known for her inventive, soulful works of art, her fearless spirit and audacious wisdom.

1. Mira bien la imagen 2. Busca símbolos.  3. Estudia el texto. 4. Mira la imagen desde arriba esquina izquierda a la esquina derecha. Y de arriba ahacia abajo.  5. Habla de los colores.  6. Habla de la mujer.  7. Haz un glosario del retrato y escribe el texto del cuadro. 8. Busca información sobre el personaje.

Paloma Negra ( Frida full ) by Estaba El Senhor InigoDeloyola. An interesting variation on the classic Frida.

Frida Kahlo Among the Lillies - Art Print from my Original Painting Decor Mexican Art Decor wall art

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City  		Diego Rivera mural in the Palacio Nacional in the main square of Mexico City.  This mural depicts a kind of marxist utopia in the early 20th century and here includes Riveras wife Frida Kahlo.

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City Diego Rivera mural in the Palacio Nacional in the main square of Mexico City. This mural depicts a kind of marxist utopia in the early century and here includes Riveras wife Frida Kahlo.

Diego Rivera,

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibit arrives at the Heard Museum Diego Rivera, Sunflowers, 1943

Señorita Montiel. By Angel Martin :;Calendar Art. Because I am not only Mexican but Spanish too

Angel Martin Oil Painting Sara Montiel Spanish Actress Mexican Calendar Art I love how there are no tattoos on her. Sometimes we just want the real thing.

Leyendas Aztecas, Popocatepetl e Iztaccihuatl,  subido por: Xochipitzahuatl Miztli

Jesús Helguera Mexican painter who married the heroic Aztec image to Catholicism. For any one growing up in SoCal in the this style of art was everywhere. It completely reminds me of LA and the Chicano culture boom of the period.

Mural de Diego Rivera en la Torre Coit en San Francisco, EUA [interesting NRA stamp on the box, great for Progressive Era Unit]

An Ode to San Francisco Street Art

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