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" 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.