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Framed Mother's Helper
Mother's Helper
by Diego Rivera
30" x 23" Frame
Price: $241.99 
Framed Peasants
by Diego Rivera
12" x 10" Frame
Price: $109.99 
Framed Disembarkation Of The Spanish At Veracru
Disembarkation Of The Spanish At Veracru
by Diego Rivera
27" x 28" Frame
Price: $240.99 
Framed Vendedora de Pinas
Vendedora de Pinas
by Diego Rivera
15" x 18" Frame
Price: $140.99 
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Diego Maria de la Concepcion Juan Nepomuceno Estanislao de la Rivera y Barrientos Acosta y Rodriguez (December 8, 1886 – November 24, 1957), famously known as Diego Rivera, was a renowned Mexican artist who was born in Guanajuato, Mexico. His art was mainly a reflection of Mexican people. Rivera’s love of art became evident at an early age, when he created drawings on different subjects around him. At the age of 10, he went to the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts in Mexico City to expand his artistic knowledge. Rivera later went to Europe in 1907 to explore more in art. While in Europe, he interacted with art industry big names of the time, including the famous Pablo Picasso. He also came across several works by artists such as Henri Matisse, Paul Gaugin and more. Rivera’s stint in Europe saw him practice Cubism for a short while, but his life and the events around him led him out of the style. He would later be influenced by political activities, including Mexican Revolution and later the Russian Revolution. Rivera later went back to Mexico where completed several murals in Mexican towns, before proceeding to the US for more murals. In the US, his murals sparked controversies. One of them was brought down by Rockefeller family because it contained an image of Vladimir Lenin. The Rockefeller family also faced some public backlash, with many saying that the family was being dictatorial and dishonest. In the 1930s, things weren’t working out for Rivera because of limited work. He however continued creating art, focusing more on own paintings. He remains a very influential artist, with millions of Diego Rivera framed art selling to individuals and companies located across the globe. His childhood home has since been converted into a museum.
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