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Diego Rivera Collection

Diego Rivera was a Mexican artist who is best known for his large-scale murals that depicted the lives of the Mexican people

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Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Leon Trotsky in Mexico

Leon Trotsky in Mexico
The Bolshevik leader finds refuge in Mexico. Leon Trotsky pictured here with his wife on the left of the photograph and Senora Rivera (Frida Kahlo), wife of artist Diego Rivera

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA: SCHOOLTEACHER. The Rural School Teacher

RIVERA: SCHOOLTEACHER. The Rural School Teacher. Mural by Diego Rivera (1886-1957) at the Ministry of Public Education, Mexico City

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA, Diego

RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park, detail of mural, 1947-1948. MEXICO. Mexico City. Diego Rivera Web Museum. Central detail. Fresco on portable pannels

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Automobile Industry. Large detail of Diego Riveras mural at The Detroit

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Automobile Industry. Large detail of Diego Riveras mural at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA: DAY OF THE DEAD. Feast of the Day of the Dead. Mural by Diego Rivera at the Ministry of

RIVERA: DAY OF THE DEAD. Feast of the Day of the Dead. Mural by Diego Rivera at the Ministry of Public Education, Mexico City

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA: PRE-COLUMBIAN LIFE. The Zapotec Civilization. Mural, c1925

RIVERA: PRE-COLUMBIAN LIFE. The Zapotec Civilization. Mural, c1925, by Diego Rivera at the Ministry of Public Education, Mexico City

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Detail from Diego Riveras mural depicting the American automobile industry

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Detail from Diego Riveras mural depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Detail of Diego Riveras mural at the Detroit Institute of Arts depicting the American automobile

Detail of Diego Riveras mural at the Detroit Institute of Arts depicting the American automobile industry, 1932-33
DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Detail of Diego Riveras mural at the Detroit Institute of Arts depicting the American automobile industry, 1932-33

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA, Diego. Man, Controller of

RIVERA, Diego. Man, Controller of
RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Man, Controller of the Universe. 1934. Right detail. Mexican Mural Painting. Fresco. MEXICO. FEDERAL DISTRICT. Mexico City. Fine Arts Palace

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. The central scene in Diego Riveras mural

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. The central scene in Diego Riveras mural, depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Totonaca Civilization

RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Totonaca Civilization. 1950. MEXICO. Mexico City. National Palace. Mexican Mural Painting. Fresco

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104373

EyeUbiquitous_20104373
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Detail of mural Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda by Diego Rivera in the Museo Mural Diego Rivera featuring a young Rivera and Frida Kahlo

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Edsel B. Ford, extreme right, and William Valentiner in a detail from Diego

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Edsel B. Ford, extreme right, and William Valentiner in a detail from Diego Riveras mural depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Zapotec Civilization

RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Zapotec Civilization. 1947. Mural Pre-Hispanic Mexico and Colony in the corridor of the north wall. Detail

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY). Great Tenochtitlan / The Market: detail from Diego Riveras mural of

TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY). Great Tenochtitlan / The Market: detail from Diego Riveras mural of market day in the Aztec
TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY). Great Tenochtitlan/The Market: detail from Diego Riveras mural of market day in the Aztec capital. The Great Temple is seen in background

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). History of Mexico

RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). History of Mexico: from the Conquest to 1930. 1929 - 1931. Detail of the central wall with scenes

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: ADOLFO BEST-MAUGARD (1891-1965). Mexican artist. Oil on canvas by Diego Rivera, 1913

ADOLFO BEST-MAUGARD (1891-1965). Mexican artist. Oil on canvas by Diego Rivera, 1913

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA: RAIN. Mural by Diego Rivera at the Ministry of Public Education, Mexico City

RIVERA: RAIN. Mural by Diego Rivera at the Ministry of Public Education, Mexico City

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA: CUERNAVACA. Diego Rivera: The Taking of Cuernavaca. Detail of fresco in Cortez-Palace

RIVERA: CUERNAVACA. Diego Rivera: The Taking of Cuernavaca. Detail of fresco in Cortez-Palace, Cuernevaca, Mexico

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: HENRY FORD. Detail from Diego Riveras mural depicting the American automobile

DIEGO RIVERA: HENRY FORD. Detail from Diego Riveras mural depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institue of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in the May Day Parade, Mexico City, 1st May 1929 (b / w photo)

Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in the May Day Parade, Mexico City, 1st May 1929 (b / w photo)
473534 Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in the May Day Parade, Mexico City, 1st May 1929 (b/w photo) by Modotti, Tina (1896-1942); (add.info)

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Portrait of Diego Rivera, 1916. Creator: Modigliani, Amedeo (1884-1920)

Portrait of Diego Rivera, 1916. Creator: Modigliani, Amedeo (1884-1920)
Portrait of Diego Rivera, 1916. Found in the Collection of the Museu de Arte de S£o Paulo

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, 1931. Creator: Juley, Paul A. (1867-1937)

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, 1931. Creator: Juley, Paul A. (1867-1937)
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, 1931. Private Collection

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Doors, 1929 sketch by Diego Rivera, eAahapingo agricultural school, Texcoco de Mora

Doors, 1929 sketch by Diego Rivera, eAahapingo agricultural school, Texcoco de Mora
Doors, 1929 sketch by Diego Rivera, Ðahapingo agricultural school, Texcoco de Mora, State of Mexico, Mexico

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Frida Kahlo when she received her First Communion, c. 1920 (photo)

Frida Kahlo when she received her First Communion, c. 1920 (photo)
7336769 Frida Kahlo when she received her First Communion, c.1920 (photo) by Kahlo, Guillermo (1872-1941) (attr. to); Banco de Mexico Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Diego Rivera, 1915. Creator: Modigliani, Amedeo (1884-1920)

Diego Rivera, 1915. Creator: Modigliani, Amedeo (1884-1920)
Diego Rivera, 1915. Private Collection

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera at the Blue House (Casa Azul), Coyoacan, Mexico City

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera at the Blue House (Casa Azul), Coyoacan, Mexico City
473543 Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera at the Blue House (Casa Azul), Coyoacan, Mexico City, 1940 (b/w photo) by Modotti, Tina (1896-1942); (add.info)

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: International Red Aid: Diego Rivera at a Rally of 'Socorro Rojo International'

International Red Aid: Diego Rivera at a Rally of "Socorro Rojo International"
472725 International Red Aid: Diego Rivera at a Rally of " Socorro Rojo International", Tizuyuca (Hidalgo), Mexico, 4th April 1929 (b/w photo) by Modotti

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Jose Vasconcelos and Diego Rivera during an outdoor event at Chapultepec Park

Jose Vasconcelos and Diego Rivera during an outdoor event at Chapultepec Park
2906797 Jose Vasconcelos and Diego Rivera during an outdoor event at Chapultepec Park, Mexico City, 1921 (b/w photo) by Modotti, Tina (1896-1942); (add.info.: Jose Vasconcelos (1882-1959), left

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Lupe Rivera Marin, First daughter of Diego Rivera and Lupe Marin, Mexico City

Lupe Rivera Marin, First daughter of Diego Rivera and Lupe Marin, Mexico City
472710 Lupe Rivera Marin, First daughter of Diego Rivera and Lupe Marin, Mexico City, 1924 (b/w photo) by Modotti, Tina (1896-1942); eGalerie Bilderwelt; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Jose Vasconcelos and Diego Rivera during an outdoor event at Chapultepec Park

Jose Vasconcelos and Diego Rivera during an outdoor event at Chapultepec Park
473533 Jose Vasconcelos and Diego Rivera during an outdoor event at Chapultepec Park, Mexico City, 1921 (b/w photo) by Modotti, Tina (1896-1942); (add.info.: Jose Vasconcelos (1882-1959), left

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: An Aztec Mother (Conchita with her mother Luz Jimenez, maid of the Salas family

An Aztec Mother (Conchita with her mother Luz Jimenez, maid of the Salas family
GBW469889 An Aztec Mother (Conchita with her mother Luz Jimenez, maid of the Salas family and model for Jean Charlot and Diego Rivera), Mexico City, 1926 (b/w photo) by Modotti

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Ione Robinson, Mexico City, 1929 (b / w photo)

Ione Robinson, Mexico City, 1929 (b / w photo)
GBW469886 Ione Robinson, Mexico City, 1929 (b/w photo) by Modotti, Tina (1896-1942); (add.info.: (1910-89) American artist

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Figurine representing an elaborately painted woman (pottery)

Figurine representing an elaborately painted woman (pottery)
XBP351807 Figurine representing an elaborately painted woman (pottery) by Nayarit; height: 53.3 cm; Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera, Mexico City, Mexico; Photo eBoltin Picture Library; Mexican

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Portrait of the Mexican painter Diego Rivera (1886-1956)

Portrait of the Mexican painter Diego Rivera (1886-1956)
LRI4664027 Portrait of the Mexican painter Diego Rivera (1886-1956). Painting by Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920). 1914-1915. Brazil Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo Museum of Art

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Marika De Rivera, daughter of mexican mural artist Diego Rivera

Marika De Rivera, daughter of mexican mural artist Diego Rivera, and wife of Squire Rodney Phillips of 14th. Century Athelhampton Hall in Puddletown, Dorset

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104362

EyeUbiquitous_20104362
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Detail of Mexico a Traves de los Siglos mural by Diego Rivera in the Palacio Nacional depicting life before the Conquest including paper making

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104360

EyeUbiquitous_20104360
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Detail of Mexico a Traves de los Siglos mural by Diego Rivera in the Palacio Nacional

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104371

EyeUbiquitous_20104371
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda by Diego Rivera in the Museo Mural Diego Rivera. Mural detail depicting a young Rivera and Frida Kahlo

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104358

EyeUbiquitous_20104358
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Mural by Diego Rivera depicting life before the Conquest in the Palacio National

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104359

EyeUbiquitous_20104359
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Group of visitors looking at mural by Diego Rivera depicting life before the Conquest in the Palacio Nacional

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104378

EyeUbiquitous_20104378
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Detail of mural Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda by Diego Rivera in the Museo Mural Diego Rivera

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_201044376

EyeUbiquitous_201044376
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Detail of the mural Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda by Diego Rivera in the Museo Mural Diego Rivera

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104377

EyeUbiquitous_20104377
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Detail of mural Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda by Diego Rivera in the Museo Mural Diego Rivera

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20104372

EyeUbiquitous_20104372
Mexico, Federal District, Mexico City, Visitor looking at Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda, mural by Diego Rivera in the Museo Mural Diego Rivera

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: Pre-Columbian America. Zapotec culture

Pre-Columbian America. Zapotec culture
RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Zapotec Civilization. 1947. Mural Pre-Hispanic Mexico and Colony in the corridor of the north wall. Detail

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA, Diego. The Painters Studio

RIVERA, Diego. The Painters Studio
RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). The Painters Studio. 1954. Mexican Mural Painting. Oil on canvas. MEXICO. FEDERAL DISTRICT. Mexico City. Department of the Treasury and Public Credit

Background imageDiego Rivera Collection: RIVERA, Diego. Lady in White

RIVERA, Diego. Lady in White
RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Lady in White or Mandragora. 1939. Mexican Mural Painting. Oil on canvas. MEXICO. FEDERAL DISTRICT. Mexico City. Public Education Department



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Diego Rivera Collection

Diego Rivera was a Mexican artist who is best known for his large-scale murals that depicted the lives of the Mexican people. He was a major figure in the Mexican mural movement, which sought to use art as a means of social and political commentary. His works often featured bold colors and strong lines, as well as images of workers, peasants, and other members of society. He also painted still lifes, portraits, and landscapes. Rivera's work has been widely exhibited throughout Mexico and around the world. His influence on modern art can be seen in many contemporary artists who have been inspired by his style and subject matter.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Diego Rivera collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning selection of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring the works of the famous Mexican artist. Diego Rivera was known for his large murals that depicted social and political issues in Mexico during the early 20th century. His paintings were characterized by bold colors and strong lines that conveyed powerful messages about society's struggles. Our collection features some of his most iconic works such as "Detroit Industry Murals" and "Man at the Crossroads". The pieces are available in various sizes to suit different spaces and preferences. They are printed on high-quality materials to ensure durability and vivid color reproduction. Whether you're an art enthusiast or looking to add a touch of culture to your home or office space, our collection offers something for everyone. The artworks make great gifts for friends or family members who appreciate fine art.
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Diego Rivera was a prominent Mexican artist known for his large-scale murals and paintings that depicted social and political issues. His art prints are reproductions of some of his most famous works, including "Detroit Industry Murals" and "Man at the Crossroads." These prints capture the bold colors, intricate details, and powerful messages that made Rivera's art so influential. Rivera's style is characterized by a blend of traditional Mexican imagery with modernist techniques, resulting in visually stunning pieces that also carry deep cultural significance. His work often focused on themes such as labor rights, indigenous culture, and revolutionary politics. Diego Rivera art prints are an excellent way to bring this iconic artist's vision into your home or office space. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece or a thought-provoking conversation starter, these prints offer something truly unique. With their high-quality reproduction standards from Media Storehouse , they make great gifts for lovers of fine art or anyone interested in exploring the rich history of Mexican culture.
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We offer a wide range of Diego Rivera art prints that you can purchase. You can choose from his iconic murals, such as "Man at the Crossroads" and "Detroit Industry Murals," which depict the struggles of working-class people and the impact of industrialization on society. Additionally, there are many other works by Rivera available for purchase, including portraits, landscapes, and still-life paintings. One popular print is "Flower Carrier," which depicts an indigenous Mexican man carrying a basket of flowers on his back. This painting is considered one of Rivera's most famous works and represents his commitment to social justice issues in Mexico. Another notable work is "Dreams of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park," which features various historical figures from Mexican history gathered in a park setting. This mural highlights Rivera's interest in celebrating Mexico's cultural heritage while also addressing political themes. We provide an excellent selection of Diego Rivera art prints that showcase his unique style and artistic vision.
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Diego Rivera was a renowned Mexican artist who is known for his murals and paintings that depict the struggles of the working class. His art prints are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike, and their prices can vary depending on several factors such as size, rarity, and condition. We offer a wide range of Diego Rivera art prints that capture his unique style and vision. Our collection includes some of his most famous works such as "Detroit Industry Murals" and "Man at the Crossroads." While we cannot disclose specific pricing information due to our policies, we strive to provide affordable options for all budgets without compromising on quality. We take pride in offering high-quality reproductions that showcase the beauty and power of Diego Rivera's artwork. Whether you're a fan or collector looking to add to your collection or someone who appreciates great art, our selection of Diego Rivera prints has something for everyone.
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