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Diego Rivera

Niña con muñeca de trapo, 1939

Oil on canvas
32 1/10 × 24 4/5 in
81.6 × 62.9 cm
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PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN COLLECTION

signed and dated ‘Diego Rivera 39’ (lower left)
32 …

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PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN COLLECTION

signed and dated ‘Diego Rivera 39’ (lower left)
32 1/8 x 24 ¾ in. (81.6 x 62.9 cm.)

This lot is accompanied by 100 Dibujos de Diego Rivera, a limited edition bound portfolio with one original signed drawing, published by Ediciones de Arte, Mexico City, 1949. The present …

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Diego Rivera
Mexican, 1886–1957
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Inspired by Renaissance frescoes and motivated by a conviction in the value of public art, Diego …

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Inspired by Renaissance frescoes and motivated by a conviction in the value of public art, Diego Rivera found his calling as a muralist. A visit to the Soviet Union informed his signature earth-toned, Social Realist style. In accordance with his Marxist views, he “made the masses the heroes of monumental art,” …

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PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN COLLECTION

signed and dated ‘Diego Rivera 39’ (lower left)
32 …

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PROPERTY FROM A DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN COLLECTION

signed and dated ‘Diego Rivera 39’ (lower left)
32 1/8 x 24 ¾ in. (81.6 x 62.9 cm.)

This lot is accompanied by 100 Dibujos de Diego Rivera, a limited edition bound portfolio with one original signed drawing, published by Ediciones de Arte, Mexico City, 1949. The present …

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Diego Rivera
Mexican, 1886–1957
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Inspired by Renaissance frescoes and motivated by a conviction in the value of public art, Diego …

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Inspired by Renaissance frescoes and motivated by a conviction in the value of public art, Diego Rivera found his calling as a muralist. A visit to the Soviet Union informed his signature earth-toned, Social Realist style. In accordance with his Marxist views, he “made the masses the heroes of monumental art,” …

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Diego Rivera

Niña con muñeca de trapo, 1939

Oil on canvas
32 1/10 × 24 4/5 in
81.6 × 62.9 cm
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