Diego Rivera (Dream of Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park, detalhe ) This art piece gives me the impression that something was between Diego and Frida. I think he painted this art piece practically foreshadowing that death that separate them in the end.

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Frida (2002), Julie Weiss (Costume Designer), Salma Hayek (actress)    Salma Hayek as Frida Kahlo and Alfred Molina as Diego Rivera replicate one of Frida’s paintings in Julie Taymor’s 2002 film.

Frida Julie Weiss (Costume Designer), Salma Hayek (actress) Salma Hayek as Frida Kahlo and Alfred Molina as Diego Rivera replicate one of Frida’s paintings in Julie Taymor’s 2002 film. LOVE this film

Diego Rivera Painting at the DIA. I used to love sitting in that little courtyard and staring at this mural when I was in college and stressed...

ARTE MURALISTA Diego Rivera Painting at the DIA. I used to love sitting in that little courtyard and staring at this mural when I was in college and stressed.

Diego Rivera >> Self-Portrait  |  (Oil, artwork, reproduction, copy, painting).

Diego Rivera: Self-Portrait Social Realism, oil on canvas, Museo Dolores Olmedo Patino, Mexico City, Mexico.

Diego Rivera - Flower Vendor in Xochimilco (1929)

Mexican artist Diego Rivera also captured his country’s pre-Columbian peasants. In the same year he married Frida Kahlo, Rivera painted Vendedora de Flores en Xochimilco, honoring the people of Xochimilco who were flower sellers to Mexico City.

Diego Rivera, "Delfina and Dimas" (1904).  Am other pinner said: One thing I noticed is that the child is very light-skinned compared to the mother.  Delfina, an Ixtapalapa Indian, often sat as a model for Diego.  Dimas died as an infant.

Diego Rivera, "Delfina and Dimas" Another pinner said "One thing I noticed is that the child is very light-skinned compared to the mother. Delfina, an Ixtapalapa Indian, often sat as a model for Diego. Dimas died as an infant.

The Flower Carrier  Known in its native tongue as "Cargador de Flores," The Flower Carrier was painted by Diego Rivera in 1935. Widely considered to be the greatest Mexican painter of the twentieth century, Rivera was known for his simple paintings dominated by their bright colors and The Flower Carrier is no exception.

The Flower Carrier Artist Diego Rivera (Mexico) Year 1935 Medium Oil Location San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA Dimensions 48 in x 47 in cm x cm

Paredes llenas de historia: El Muralismo en México  Diego Rivera, a famous artist painted this picture. My impression on it is it shows how hard someone has to work. In my opinion it shows people need to work hard to be the person they are today.

Paredes llenas de historia: El Muralismo en México

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