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The flowers represent the blossoming of woman from childhood to adulthood.
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What is Diego Rivera's most famous painting?

According to his biography, "Diego is perhaps best known by thepublic world for his 1933 mural, "Man at the Crossroads," in thelobby of the RCA Building at Rockefeller Center" which wassubsequently destroyed because of the portrait of Lennon. ManyAmericans are familiar with his painted for the Calif (MORE)

What does a hibiscus flower represent?

More information I think it also means 'passion' in some ways, just see this site: http://www.rgmania.com/shop/decoration-tools/hibiscus-flowers/view?set_language=en

What flower represents the month of may?

Birth flower of May is Lily of the Valley or Hawthorn Meanings . Lily of the Valley: Humility, Chastity, and Sweetness, a returnto happiness . Hawthorn: hope and supreme happiness,

What does the plumeria flower represent?

plumerias represent perfection; the coming together of everything good. Not sure who posted the above comment that they represent perfection. This very well could be true. Tattoo can always represent a wide vareity of thigns depending on the culture and etc. Perfection and beauty of course are of (MORE)

What does the lotus flower represent?

The lotus flower grows in muddy water and rises above the surface to bloom with remarkable beauty. At night the flower closes and sinks underwater, at dawn it rises and opens again. Untouched by the impurity, lotus symbolizes the purity of heart and mind. The lotus flower represents long life, healt (MORE)

What flower represents strength?

According to the Victorians the bay leaf represents strength, but it's probably not that inspiring as a tattoo idea on its own. The Chinese see bamboo as a symbol of strength, as it bends but doesn't break. The gladiolus is said to mean strength of character, as well as love at first sight, and it's (MORE)

What flower represents death?

the answer to your question is the Deadly nightshade because it is highly poisonous plant with purple bell flowers and small black berries. A symbol of deception, danger, and death . Deadly nightshade A highly poisonous plant ( Atropa belladonna ) with purple bell flowers and small black berries (MORE)

Who were Diego rivera's wives?

He had 4 wives and one mistress who bore a child: 1. Angelina Beloff 1a. Maria Vorobieff-Stebelska (mistress) 2. Guadalupe Marín 3. Frida Kahlo 4. Emma Hurtado

How do flowers represent growth?

In Art, Flowers represent growth by showing a cycle of life. From aseed, being watered and nurtured, growing up, facing the elements,finally blooming to full maturity.

What was the 3 important things in Diego Rivera's life?

Diego Rivera, is a famous painter whoÊpainted a mural for the RedArmy Club in Moscow in celebration of the 10th anniversary of theOctober Revolution. He also painted for architect Timothy L.Pflueger in San Francisco, California. In 1933, he completed afamous series of twenty-seven fresco panels e (MORE)

What does flower represent?

Different flowers can represent different things I have added a related link below to give you access to many of them. In Divination the following meanings are attached to the flowers indicated. Where you see VLoF it means "Victorian, Language of Flowers" which was a system used in Victorian (MORE)

What flower represents happiness?

the red tulip and the variegated tulip represent happiness. Thesingle full bloom rose flower also represents happiness. The Zinniawhite also represent happiness.

What does flowers represent?

Different flowers represent different things, for example; a red rose = love, passion, respect violet = faithfullness lily of the valley = return of happiness daffodil = regaurd forget-me-not = true love

What was Diego Rivera's favorite food?

I believe its corn (cuerno) flakes according to the book "The Contemporáneos Group: rewriting Mexico in the thirties and forties" by Salvador A. Oropesa

What flowers represent love?

the main flower of love is the rose. because it is beautiful, and fragile. but it sets up thorns so it can be together and not hurt.

What is Diego Rivera's earliest painting?

Diego Rivera (b. 1886) enrolled at the San Carlos Academy, Mexico City, as a full time student in 1898, and in 1906, at the annual show, he exhibited for the first time, with 26 works. So he painted at a very early age, and it is now impossible to trace what might be his very first painting.

What flower represents Canada?

technically Canada doesn't have a national flower..its the maple leaf * Google- Canada's national flower - click 'Provincial and Territorial Flowers of Canada (its at the bottom of the page)

How was Diego Rivera's marriage?

Very stormy. He married Frida Kahlo, they divorced, married again. He was always unfaithful. She was sometimes. They married on August 21, 1929. Divorced on January 1940. Came back together a couple of month later in December 1940.

How did Diego Rivera's artwork show his political views?

Rivera's http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Political_radicalism political beliefs, his attacks on the church and clergy, as well as his dealings with http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Trotskyists and http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Left-wing assassins made him a controversial figure even in communist circl (MORE)

Where did Diego Rivera's name came from?

The names of his parents were Diego and Maria Rivera.. They gave him the name Diego María de la Concepción Juan Nepomuceno Estanislao de la Rivera y Barrientos.. OK?

What does the violet flower represent?

In the Language of Flowers, the Blue Violet represents Love and Faithfulness, the White Violet represents Candor and Innocence, and the Yellow Violet represents Rural Happiness.

What do butterfly with flower tattoo represent?

Typically, a butterfly is used to show growth and development. Butterflies start as small caterpillars, so to have a butterfly tattoo is to state that the wearer has grown and developed. Many have these tattoos when they are in a new chapter of their lives. Butterflies are graceful and are often se (MORE)

What stage of Rene Magrittes artwork 'The Rape' does it represent?

The painting is fairly early on in his career as a painter, circa 1934, but Magritte is definitely a Surrealist, and it is sometimes difficult to tell his earlier work from some of the later pieces. An interesting essay on the work can be found at the link below.

What was Diego Rivera's artistic style?

From 1913 to 1917 Rivera, influenced by the work of Picasso andothers, painted in the cubist style. In 1917, he shifted into Post-Impressionism. In 1921, he became involved in the government-sponsored MexicanMural program. Mexican Muralism is an art movement that stands outbecause of its political u (MORE)

What flower represents haiti?

The flower that represents Haiti is Hibiscus. Hibiscus blossoms trumpet-like flowers with 5 or more petals. They come is a wide range of colours, such as white, yellow and red.

What flower represents spring?

Many flowers bloom in the spring. When people see daffodils, hyacinths, and tulips, they associate them with spring. Trees can also bloom in the spring. You'll see apple blossoms and cherry blossoms on them and shrubs like azaleas and rhododendron. They all have beautiful blooms that bring to mind w (MORE)

Who were Diego Rivera's peers?

The Mexican mural program of 1921 included such artistic luminariesas Jose Clemente Orozco, Rufino Tamayo, Jean Charlot, and DavidAlfaro Siquieros. Leon Trotsky lived in exile for awhile withRivera. Woodcarver Dudley C. Carter, Frida Kahlo, actress PaulineGoddard, and Thelma Johnson Streat were amon (MORE)

What do flowers represent on a kimono?

Flower is a symbol of seasons. And Japanese people are very careful of seasons of kimono. So, you can't find a summer kimono having winter flower, at least as an antique.

Was Diego Rivera's first painting great?

His 'Detroit Industry' frescoes were controversial at the time they were done. The scale and figures were something not recently seen. His work quickly achieved fame, and that is the most that can be said about his work being great.

What does a flower symbolically represent?

a flower represents various sentiments, different flowers representdifferent meanings, the different colors and the individualsstatus, for example, pink carnations represent a mother's love, andred carnations symbolize a more romantic and deep love. Whitecarnations symbolize purity and innocence.... (MORE)