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Diego Rivera:)

A Famous Mexican Muralist.

Monica Malacac

on 22 April 2010

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Diego Rivera:) Rivera Was Born In December 8, 1886 and died November 24, 1957. His Birth Name Is Diego Maria de la Concepion Juan Nepomucneo Estanislao de la Rivera y Barrientos Acosta y Rodriguez.
(For short: Jose Diego Rivera Barrientos) His Stylee of art is social realism. Rivera's Hometown Is: Guanajuato, Guanajuato Mexico Rivera is a Mexican Painter and Muralist. He studied art in Mexico at San Carlos Academy as a full time student before moving to Europe. Rivera became famous Through his daddy.
Diego’s father was an inspector at the National Department of Public Health, which enabled him to travel to many parts of Mexico. On one particular trip, he showed some of his son’s paintings to Teodoro Dehesa, the governor of Vera Cruz. He was very impressed and when he met with Diego, he offered him a scholarship to study in Europe.
The 3 Most famous paintings are: Rivera was influenced by Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Paul Cézanne
Married 3 Times To
Diego Rivera began his career in Paris around 1909 by entering the Salons. (After having studied in Spain
Diego was interested in military issues, and he was especially fascinated by the Russian army and the conflict it was facing; the Tsar and the Orthodox Church versus Marxist Revolutionaries.
He was a liar, a mythomaniac, an artificer. He could be devious and selfish. He was not always brave. His exuberant creativity was shared between his art and his public self. No artist wore so many masks of his own invention.

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