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José Clemente Orozco

His name is José Clemente Orozco
(nation on November 23, 1883 - and died on September 7, 1949) is a muralist and graphic artist from Mexico, born in your countryZapotlán present the Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco and fallesido in the City of Mexico. He was graduated from the National Agricultural School, later studied mathematics and architectural drawing.

Evenas a child was living his life bodybuilder, met Jose Guadalupe Posada, whose prints led him to work for painting. He married Margarita Valladares and they had 3 children. His early work consisted oflithographs of Indian life; interested in mural painting, and the later añoslogró perfect mastery of his technique.
His style is heroic and is based on an expressionist realism, consciously linked tothe old Mexican artistic traditions (from the Mexican antiques) were violent dynamism and wide bill.

His Works

Murales en el Antiguo Colegio de San IldefonsoLucha por la liberación de México

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Diego Rivera

His name is Diego Rivera
(Born inGuanajuato, December 8, 1886 - died in Mexico City, November 24, 1957) 1 was a very prominent Mexican muralist communist ideology throughout Mexico, is a famous muralist to translate works high social contentin public buildings in the city.
Class child was a twin brother died at birth, he followed his life from 1896 and began taking night classes at the Academia de San Carlos in Mexico City, where he metthe famous landscape painter José María Velasco. In 1905 he received a pension from the Secretary of Education, Justo Sierra and in 1907 received another of the governor of Veracruz, Teodoro A. DehesaMéndez, allowing him to travel to Spain to study works like Goya, El Greco and Brueghel, 5 and enter the Eduardo Chicharro workshop in Madrid. Capturing the attention with its vivid colors and...
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