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House/Studio of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo (Mexico). Designed by Mexican architect and artist, Juan O'Gorman.  Section and perspective of the house via Architectural Sight

House/Studio of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo (Mexico). Designed by Mexican architect and artist, Juan O'Gorman. Section and perspective of the house via Architectural Sight

Studio Museum of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera's Homes and Studios in San Angel Mexico City on my travel wish list.

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City.

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City Diego Rivera mural in the Palacio Nacional in the main square of Mexico City. This mural depicts a kind of marxist utopia in the early century and here includes Riveras wife Frida Kahlo.

Juan O'Gorman house.

Juan O'Gorman house.

The History of Mexico - Diego Rivera / Start Date: 1929 Completion Date:1935 Style: Muralism Series: The History of Mexico Genre: history painting Technique: fresco Gallery: National Palace, Mexico City, Mexico.

The History of Mexico - Diego Rivera / Start Date: 1929 Completion Style: Muralism Series: The History of Mexico Genre: history painting Technique: fresco Gallery: National Palace, Mexico City, Mexico.

"The Zapotec and Mixtec Civilization." 1945 by Diego Rivera.  Palacio Nacional. Mexico City D.F. México. November 22, 2011.  Here we see the Zapotec and Mixtec cultures in the state of Oaxaca  who developed the art of designing with feathers as well the art of jewelry making with fine metals.  In the background, the people are panning for precious metals. Probably, gold? In the right foreground the use of metal technology is shown.  The official museum guide says that they used the lost wax…

"The Zapotec and Mixtec Civilization." 1945 by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional. Mexico City D.F. México. November 22, 2011. Here we see the Zapotec and Mixtec cultures in the state of Oaxaca who developed the art of designing with feathers as well the art of jewelry making with fine metals. In the background, the people are panning for precious metals. Probably, gold? In the right foreground the use of metal technology is shown. The official museum guide says that they used the lost wax…

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