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The 349 Artworks of Diego Rivera

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Diego Rivera - The Flower CarrierThe Flower CarrierDiego Rivera

In 1935, Diego Rivera masterfully created ‘The Flower Carrier’ (known in its original language as ‘Cargador de Flores’). Like many of Rivera’s paintings, ‘The Flower Carrier’ imparts simplicity, yet exudes much symbolism and meaning. The vibrant colors are rubbed into the masonite, a most common met...

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (San Francisco, United States)
Diego Rivera - Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda ParkDream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda ParkDiego Rivera

The mural was originally created at the request of architect Carlos Obregón Santacilia for the Versailles Restaurant of the Hotel Del Prado, which was located across the street. When the hotel was rendered uninhabitable by the 1985 Mexico City earthquake and condemned for demolition, the mural was ...

Diego Rivera - Detroit Industry, North WallDetroit Industry, North WallDiego Rivera

Detroit Industry is a series of 27 murals depicting industry, painted on the walls of the Ford Motor Company, and was considered by Rivera to be his best work. Whereas some of the panels depict workers in the Ford Motor Company River Rouge Plant, other panels illustrate all areas of industry, includ...

Diego Rivera - CreationCreationDiego Rivera

His first government-commissioned mural, Creation was created over the course of a year and covers over a thousand square feet. The figures in the mural are over twelve feet high, which were in proportion to the huge pipe organ which surrounded the wall. Although it was widely popular, Rivera felt t...