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Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera
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Diego Rivera witnessed a changing world after the Mexican Revolution of 1910. The Mexican muralist painter became the head of a new school of Mexican art, painting murals to explain Mexican history on behalf of his benefactors, the new socialist government of Mexico. He believed this new world needed a new art that spoke to the common people and worked with the government to turn public walls into enormous murals celebrating the nation's people, history, and culture. Learn more about this controversial figure whose desire to associate with the wealthy class that funded much of his work conflicted with his political ideals in Diego Rivera, Second Edition.
Infobase Publishing; September 2010
121 pages; ISBN 9781438134635
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