Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera was one of the most famous artists and mural painters in Latin America in the 20th century. He was born in Mexico and for a time was married to fellow artist Frida Kahlo.

Diego Rivera

Which 20th -century artist painted the fresco Mixtec Culture?

Diego Rivera

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What country was Diego Rivera from?

what desigh elements are visible in diegos riveras painting

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Who is the artist Diego Rivera?

no one i dont like him

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Age difference between Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera?

He was 21 years older.

How, so when Frida married Diego she was 22 years old, so he has to be 43 years old?

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What was frida Kahlos nickname for Diego rivera?

I've read that she called him "PanzΓ²n" - which means "big belly."

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How was Frida Kahlo's marriage with Diego Rivera?

Very stormy. She married Diego, they divorced, married again. He was always unfaithful. She was sometimes.

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When did Diego Rivera get married?

To Angeline Beloff in 1911.

Guadalupe Marin in June 1922.

Frida Kahlo in 1929 and again in 1940.

Emma Hurtado on July 29, 1955.

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What did Diego rivera like to paint?

he liked to paint murals,anything that has to do with Mexico, or anthing that happens at Mexico, like children dancing, people walking on the street,etc.

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What is the meaning of the allegory of California by Diego rivera?

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What did Diego Rivera do?

What Diego Rivera did was paint. he also helped people's voices to be heard.

He died in 1957.

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What did Diego Rivera paint for Rockefeller?

Rivera painted a mural for the Rockefeller Center, in New York in 1933. The artist was asked to depict mankind striding towards a "new and better future". Rivera decided to incorporate portraits of Lenin and Trotsky into the work, which, did not sit well with his employers. The commission was cancelled and the unfinished mural taken down. In 1934, he re-painted the mural for the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City. This version was entitled Man, Controller of the Universe

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What is the value of a 1932 Rudolf Lesch Fine Arts framing of the Pottery Carrier by Diego Rivera?

1,950

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What Kind of cancer did Diego Rivera have?

As a historical point of interest, Diego Rivera, the famous Mexican muralist, who had multiple sexual partners over many years in a country where most men are uncircumcised, developed penile cancer [514]. He refused penectomy (surgical removal of the penis) and instead (as a Communist) went to the Soviet Union for radiation therapy. He died a painful death from the disease and the side effects of his therapy.

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What date did Diego Rivera die on?

November 24, 1957.

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Who was Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera?

Frida Kalo & Diego Rivera were a couple, that both were artists. When they were married they called it the marriage between the dove and the elephant. Diego was much older than Frida. they both were Mexican but Frida wasn't fully exican, she was also half European.

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Where did diego rivera go to school?

La Academia de Artes PlΓ‘sticas

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Where was Diego Rivera born?

Diego Rivera was born on December 8, 1886 in Guanajuanto, Mexico, but moved to Mexico city in 1892.

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When did Diego rivera and frida kahlo get married?

December 8, 1940 in San Francisco, Ca. City Hall

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How did Diego Rivera influence Frida Kahlo?

They were lovers.

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How old was frida kahlo when she married Diego rivera?

17 or 18.

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Who taught Diego Rivera to paint?

Rivera studied art at the Academy of San Carlos in Mexico City.

He went to Europe in 1907, and studied with Eduardo Chicharro in Madrid, Spain.

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Why is the painting peasants by Diego rivera important?

Rivera looked to represent the individuals of Mexico through painting, and in doing so, he captured the country's essence. In the painting Peasants, the workers reflect Mexico's culture, people, struggle, and even its social/political structure. In this way, the simple image of a peasant can be both specific and universal. Any daughter of industry or son of agriculture could look at that painting and see Mexico. By covering a deep yet simplistic meaning in his paintings, Rivera often unified his people through his art.

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What is Diego Rivera?

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Did Diego Rivera do anything besides paint?

He took the time to marry Frida Kahlo in 1929. They divorced ten years later, but remarried.

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When did Diego Rivera die?

He died on November 24, 1957 at age 71 of a heart failure from a rare form of cancer.

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