Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957 -- Exhibitions. Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957 -- Criticism and interpretation. Rivera, Diego Mexican paintings Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957 - Critical studies.
Founders Society, Detroit Institute of Arts, in association with W.W. Norton
Detroit Institute of Arts. ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm. Introduction / Linda Downs -- Diego Rivera (1886-1957): a chronology of his art, life and times / Laurance P. Hurlburt -- The influence of the classical tradition, CÈzanne, and Cubism on Rivera's artistic development / Jorge Hern·ndez Campos -- Rivera and the concept of proletarian art / Alicia Azuela -- Rivera's concept of history / Ida RodrÌguez-Prampolini -- The past idealized: Diego Rivera's use of pre-Columbian imagery / Betty Ann Brown -- The influence of Diego Rivera on the art of the United States during the 1930s and after / Francis v. O'Connor -- Diego Rivera's murals in Mexico and the United States / LuÌs Cardoza y AragÛn -- The self-portraits of Diego Rivera / Xavier MoyssÈn -- The portraits of Diego Rivera / Rita Eder -- Rivera as a draftsman / Ellen Sharp -- An iconographic interpretation of Diego Rivera's Detroit industry murals in terms of their orientation to the cardinal points of the compass / Francis V. O'Connor -- Mural census / Stanton L. Catlin. Published to coincide with an exhibition held at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Feb. 10-Apr. 27, 1986, and at other museums./ Errata slip inserted./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 355-368) and index. Book
LC: N6559.R58; ND259.R5; Dewey: 759.972
ISBN: 0393022757; 9780393022759 LCCN: 86-208924
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