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Introduction At the time Diego Rivera began painting these murals he was an internationally known artist with his works reproduced in magazines worldwide.

Two years later, Rivera and Kahlo divorced, although they remarried a year later in San Francisco, while Rivera was working for the Golden Gate International Exposition. The Mexican Muralists were active in the first half of the twentieth century, especially in the 1930s. During his painting of them, his work was interrupted several times because he left Mexico City to paint other murals in his country as well as in the United States.

A lifelong Marxist who belonged to the Mexican Communist Party and had important ties to the Soviet Union, Rivera is an exemplar of the socially committed artist. Influenced also by Marx, they hoped that the psyche had the power to reveal the contradictions in the everyday world and spur on revolution.

Influenced by Cubism and Futurism, the French painter Fernand Léger developed a unique style of Cubism using cylindrical and other geometric forms with mechanically smooth edges. The Lithuanian-born Jacques Lipchitz moved to Paris in 1909, becoming a well-known Cubist sculptor and important member of the Ecole de Paris. The government at the time was seeking to redefine the nation and Rivera's murals could help in creating a new national identity. Large public murals like these which glorified the Mexican people provided an alternate history for those who could not read it in books.

Diego Rivera Biography, Art, and Analysis of Works | The Art ...
Artworks and analysis: Diego Rivera was a leading Muralist who painted themes of social inequality; the relationship of nature, industry, and technology; and the ...

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    Frida Kahlo de Rivera (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈfɾiða ˈkalo]; July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954), born Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón, [1] [3] was a ...
    Diego Rivera, The Complete Murals, Luis Martin Lozano, Juan Coronel Rivera

    However, Rivera's difficult relationships with the other members of the movement came to a tumultuous end following a violent incident with the art critic Pierre Reverdy, resulting in a definitive break with the circle and the termination of his friendships with artists such as Ingres, as well as a rediscovery of figural painting. During the latter project, he became involved with the Italian photographer , who had modeled for his murals; the affair prompted him to separate from his wife at the time, Lupe Marin. The large-scale works, executed in Mexico and the US, were frequently done in a figurative, allegorical style, and dealt with political, social, and radical themes.

    With his socially and politically expansive artistic vision, narrative focus, and use of symbolic imagery, Rivera inspired such diverse artists as Interactive chart with Diego Rivera's main influences, and the people and ideas that the artist influenced in turn. The Lithuanian-born Jacques Lipchitz moved to Paris in 1909, becoming a well-known Cubist sculptor and important member of the Ecole de Paris. Following a trip to the Soviet Union made in the hope of curing his cancer, Rivera died in Mexico in 1957 at age seventy-one.

    This classic phase has two stages: 'Analytic', in which forms seem to be 'analyzed' and fragmented; and 'Synthetic', in which pre-existing materials such as newspaper and wood veneer are collaged to the surface of the canvas. But the Pop art movement is most associated with New York, and artists such as Andy Warhol, who broke with the private concerns of the Abstract Expressionists, and turned to themes which touched on public life and mass society. Neo-Classicism encompasses several distinct movements in the arts and architecture during the mid-1700s to the late 1800s that drew specifically on ancient Western cultures for inspiration. In 1921, following the appointment of Jose Vasconcelos as the new Mexican Minister of Education, Rivera returned to his home country, leaving behind his partner, Angelina Beloff, as well as Marevna Stebelska, another Russian artist, with whom Rivera had a daughter, Marika, in 1919.

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