Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera

His Art and His Passions

Book - 2007
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Diego Rivera is celebrated by Gerry Souter as a virtuoso Mexican muralist, where he could express at once his legend and myths, his technical talent, his intense story-telling focus and self-indulgent ideological convictions. His easel paintings and drawings also constitute a large body of both his early and late work and are represented in the book. Gerry Souter, the author of the remarkable Frida Kahlo, overcomes his huge admiration for Diego Rivera to give the artist a human dimension, found in his political choices, his love affairs and his belief that this truth was Mexico, the language of his thoughts, the blood in his veins, the azure sky above his resting place.


Publisher: [New York] : Parkstone International, c2007
ISBN: 9781844846559
1844846555
9781859956038
1859956033
9781859956977
1859956971
Characteristics: 255 p. : col. ill. ; 33 cm
Additional Contributors: Rivera, Diego 1886-1957

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Jul 29, 2013

2.5/5 Decent range of information, but quality of printing is poor.

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