La Malinche [detail of mural] by Rivera. She was Cortes' lover and translator and, as such, arguably facilitated the conquest of Mexico. Osvaldo, our contributor from Mexico, introduces us to expressions referencing her treason.

La Malinche is an artwork inspired by a powerful woman from the Mexican culture.

Our Bread, 1928 by Diego Rivera. Muralism. allegorical painting. Courtyard ofThe Fiestas, Ministry of Education, Mexico City, Mexico

Diego Rivera - Our Bread 1928 - Fresco - South wall, Courtyard of the Fiestas, Ministry of Education, Mexico City, Mexico

Diego Rivera with the figure of "La Catrina" (Painting  entitled " A Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park").

Diego Rivera with the figure of "La Catrina" (Painting entitled " A Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park").

Muchacho Mexicano Diego Rivera Fine Art Print Poster

Muchacho Mexicano Diego Rivera Art Print

Discusses the Feast of Santa Anita Flower Festival by Diego Rivera including the artist's connection to Mexico and the references in his work

Diego Rivera - Flower Festival  1936   when diego rivera returned to his native country he was consumed in mexican and indigenous customs and traditions and decided to make it the center of hia artwork.

Diego Rivera - Flower Festival 1936 when diego rivera returned to his native country he was consumed in mexican and indigenous customs and traditions and decided to make it the center of hia artwork.

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City This mural depicts life in Michoacan, Mexico in pre-Hispanic times

Vendedora de Alcaltrazes Diego Rivera

Vendedora de Alcatraces (Flower Vendor) - by great Mexican Artist Diego Rivera

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