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El Vendedor de Alcatraces Fine-Art Print
El Vendedor de Alcatraces
18" x 18"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $173.99
Sale: $86.99
Flower Vendor Fine-Art Print
Flower Vendor
11" x 14"
Price: $102.99
Sale: $51.49
The Flower Vendor Fine-Art Print
The Flower Vendor
12" x 14"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $124.99
Sale: $62.49
The Flower Seller Fine-Art Print
The Flower Seller
5" x 7"
Price: $58.99
Sale: $29.49
Flower Vendor Fine-Art Print
Flower Vendor
21" x 25"
Price: $183.99
Sale: $91.99
Peasants Fine-Art Print
7" x 5"
Price: $58.99
Sale: $29.49
Mother's Helper Fine-Art Print
Mother's Helper
24" x 16"
Price: $167.99
Sale: $83.99
Disembarkation Of The Spanish At Veracru Fine-Art Print
Disembarkation Of The Spanish At Veracru
20" x 21"
Price: $163.99
Sale: $81.99
Agrarian Leader Zapata Fine-Art Print
Agrarian Leader Zapata
8" x 10"
Price: $84.99
Sale: $42.49
Vendedora de Pinas Fine-Art Print
Vendedora de Pinas
9" x 12"
Price: $89.99
Sale: $44.99
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Admired and appreciated in his native Mexico for his artistry, as well as his impassioned belief in the civil rights of his fellow countrymen, Rivera is best known internationally for his immense, decorative murals. His beautifully stylized works depicting peasant occupations, costumes and popular personalities were vigorously expressed using simplified, classical forms and bright color. As a child he showed great promise with his drawing and his father enrolled him in art school at an early age. He studied at the San Carlos Academy in Mexico City and in the carving workshop of artist Jose Guadalupe Posada, whose influence was decisive. Later in Paris, he absorbed the influence of Modernism and Cubism. His work had a powerful effect on many Abstract Expressionist painters, notably Jackson Pollock. His influential social and political beliefs were publicly censured when his 1933 mural design for Rockefeller Center was banned by Nelson Rockefeller, then director of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, after discovering that Rivera was a Communist. Rivera was most admired for his ability to capture significant moments in Mexican history and make his art public, on streets and buildings, with a realist style that was full of social content.
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