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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Great City of Tenochtitlan, 1945. Detail of mural, 4.92 x 9.71 m. Patio Corridor,
Code: A103565
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Great City of Tenochtitlan, 1945. Detail of mural, 4.92 x 9.71 m. Patio Corridor,
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Great City of Tenochtitlan, 1945. Detail of mural, 4.92 x 9.71 m. Patio Corridor,
Code: A103565
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Great City of Tenochtitlan, 1945. Detail of mural, 4.92 x 9.71 m. Patio Corridor,
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Legacy of Independence. Detail of central section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-1930. Mural, West wall,
Code: A106445
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Legacy of Independence. Detail of central section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-1930. Mural, West wall,
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Legacy of Independence. Detail of central section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-1930. Mural, West wall,
Code: A106445
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Legacy of Independence. Detail of central section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-1930. Mural, West wall,
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Mexico Today and Tomorrow. 1935. (Exploited Mexican people; roots of social evil; repression of strikers; armed uprising in downtown Mexico City; Karl Marx pointing to the utopia). Mural,
Code: A026862
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Mexico Today and Tomorrow. 1935. (Exploited Mexican people; roots of social evil; repression of strikers; armed uprising in downtown Mexico City; Karl Marx pointing to the utopia). Mural,
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Mexico Today and Tomorrow. 1935. (Exploited Mexican people; roots of social evil; repression of strikers; armed uprising in downtown Mexico City; Karl Marx pointing to the utopia). Mural,
Code: A026862
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Mexico Today and Tomorrow. 1935. (Exploited Mexican people; roots of social evil; repression of strikers; armed uprising in downtown Mexico City; Karl Marx pointing to the utopia). Mural,
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) From the Conquest to 1930 (1929-1930)
Code: A106443
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: From the Conquest to 1930 (1929-1930)
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) From the Conquest to 1930 (1929-1930)
Code: A106443
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: From the Conquest to 1930 (1929-1930)
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Aztec World, including: Quetazlcoatl instructing votaries (center), productive activities (right), commanding tribute (upper left), pre-Hispanic discent (center bottom), class warfare (lower left), Quetzalcoatls departure, the end of the Aztec wo
Code: A020599
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Aztec World, including: Quetazlcoatl instructing votaries (center), productive activities (right), commanding tribute (upper left), pre-Hispanic discent (center bottom), class warfare (lower left), Quetzalcoatls departure, the end of the Aztec wo
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Aztec World, including: Quetazlcoatl instructing votaries (center), productive activities (right), commanding tribute (upper left), pre-Hispanic discent (center bottom), class warfare (lower left), Quetzalcoatls departure, the end of the Aztec wo
Code: A020599
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Aztec World, including: Quetazlcoatl instructing votaries (center), productive activities (right), commanding tribute (upper left), pre-Hispanic discent (center bottom), class warfare (lower left), Quetzalcoatls departure, the end of the Aztec wo
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Reform and Era of Benito Juarez (1855-1876). Section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-1930. Mural, West wall,
Code: A106448
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Reform and Era of Benito Juarez (1855-1876). Section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-1930. Mural, West wall,
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Reform and Era of Benito Juarez (1855-1876). Section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-1930. Mural, West wall,
Code: A106448
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Reform and Era of Benito Juarez (1855-1876). Section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-1930. Mural, West wall,
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Great City of Tenochtitlan, 1945.
Code: A161113
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Great City of Tenochtitlan, 1945.
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Great City of Tenochtitlan, 1945.
Code: A161113
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Great City of Tenochtitlan, 1945.
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Spanish Conquest and Colonization - Legacy of Independence. Central section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-30. Mural. West wall,
Code: A106444
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Spanish Conquest and Colonization - Legacy of Independence. Central section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-30. Mural. West wall,
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Spanish Conquest and Colonization - Legacy of Independence. Central section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-30. Mural. West wall,
Code: A106444
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Spanish Conquest and Colonization - Legacy of Independence. Central section of 'From the Conquest to 1930', 1929-30. Mural. West wall,
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Zapotec Civilization, 1942
Code: A027163
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Zapotec Civilization, 1942
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Zapotec Civilization, 1942
Code: A027163
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Zapotec Civilization, 1942
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Disembarkation of the Spanish at Veracruz (with Portrait of Cortes as a hunchback), 1951
Code: A103560
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Disembarkation of the Spanish at Veracruz (with Portrait of Cortes as a hunchback), 1951
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) Disembarkation of the Spanish at Veracruz (with Portrait of Cortes as a hunchback), 1951
Code: A103560
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: Disembarkation of the Spanish at Veracruz (with Portrait of Cortes as a hunchback), 1951
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Conquest of Mexico, west wall: Invaders attack with cannon and firearms, 1929-30
Code: A051312
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Conquest of Mexico, west wall: Invaders attack with cannon and firearms, 1929-30
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: Photo Art Resource/Bob Schalkwijk/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) The Conquest of Mexico, west wall: Invaders attack with cannon and firearms, 1929-30
Code: A051312
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: The Conquest of Mexico, west wall: Invaders attack with cannon and firearms, 1929-30
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) CiviltÓ Totonaca. Un sacerdote offre frutta, tabacco, cioccolato e vaniglia all'Imperatore .  1951
Code: DG00792
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: CiviltÓ Totonaca. Un sacerdote offre frutta, tabacco, cioccolato e vaniglia all'Imperatore . 1951
Location: National Palace - Mexico City
Credits: A. Dagli Orti/Scala, Florence
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Rivera, Diego (1886-1957) CiviltÓ Totonaca. Un sacerdote offre frutta, tabacco, cioccolato e vaniglia all'Imperatore .  1951
Code: DG00792
Artist: Rivera, Diego (1886-1957)
Title: CiviltÓ Totonaca. Un sacerdote offre frutta, tabacco, cioccolato e vaniglia all'Imperatore . 1951
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace
Genre: Murales
Period/Style: Mexican Muralism
Location: National Palace

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