Triumph of the Revolution 1926 Paintings | Diego Rivera paintings
Pre-Hispanic City of Teotihuacan
Day Of The Dead - El Dia De Los Muertos - All Souls Day: The Day of The Dead - Jose Posada "Calavera de la Catrina" Colorful Drawing featuring a stuck up rich woman who is defeated by time. She is now reduced to a saggy velvet dress and a decorative oversized hat. “Calaveras” (meaning, literally, “skeletons”) are satirical poems that make fun of the stuck-up or snobs.
David Alfaro Siqueiros' 1950-1951 mural "Tormento de Cuauhtemoc", incl. details. This work is found in Mexico City's Palace
Jose Clemente Orozco - Guadalajara's beloved native son and hugely influential in the Mexican Muralist Movement.