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Diego Rivera: The Detroit Industry Murals Coloring Book

$8.95

Published with: the Detroit Institute of Arts

The Detroit Industry fresco cycle is a series of murals painted by Mexican muralist Diego Rivera (1886–1957) as a tribute to the workers in manufacturing, the sciences, and agriculture of Detroit, Michigan, in the 1930s. The fresco cycle spans four walls in Detroit Institute of Arts and is considered the finest example of Mexican mural art in the United States. Rivera thought it the best work of his career. The line drawings in this coloring book present details from the murals, which are reproduced in miniature on the inside covers.
48 pages with 20 images to color

• Soft cover book with staple binding
• High-quality paper perfect for colored pencils, pens, and markers
• Printed with soy-based inks
• Sturdy cover to ensure long-lasting enjoyment
• Coloring pages are blank on the back so they can be cut out and displayed

Published with the Detroit Institute of Arts

Size: 8.5 x 11 x .25 in.

ISBN 9780764971648

Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886–1957) was a world-renowned painter, also remembered as the high-tempered husband of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, with whom he shared a devotion to radical politics and Communist ideals. He traveled the world, and in Europe experimented with Cubism and Postimpressionism early in his career. But his most recognizable works often featured issues of social inequality, and were painted in a straightforward style indebted to pre-Columbian art and folk art. An interest in fresco painting led to what he considered the best work of his career: the Detroit Industry murals. Created as part of a 1930s US public works program, his monumental creation has come to symbolize the spirit of hardworking laborers as well as the advances of science. He is widely considered one of the most influential Mexican muralists of the 20th century.
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