Diego Rivera, Luces y Sombras: Narración Documental

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Lumen, Jan 1, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 279 pages
The interplay of art and "national character" and the unique role played by the world-renowned Mexican artist are explored in a fascinating look at the myriad of socio-political and artistic influences that converged to create a nuance of colors and forms in Rivera's images of his nation and its people.

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Contents

Antecedentes
9
Hacia la etapa cubista
33
La acción de José Vasconcelos
49
Inquietudes que arrancaron con el siglo
77
Sustento teórico del muralismo riveriano
161
Notas
273
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