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Frida and Diego go to Oaxaca
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were 20 th century artists who created art works about the people of Mexico
In Oaxaca you can see the art and architecture of the Zapotecs and Mixtecs, native peoples whose traditions and customs are still practiced today
Monte Alban is an ancient city atop a mountain in Oaxaca
Clay sculptures and pottery found at archeological sites in Oaxaca Dog shaped vessel Tiny clay figures
After Cortez and the native peoples defeated the Aztecs, the Spanish introduced Christianity to Mexico
Oaxacan crafts inspired by Spanish traditions Milagros and clay angel
Oaxacan folk art blends the past and the present
Many Mexican women wear clothing from their region of Oaxaca
A craftswoman in the market wearing traditional clothing
Hanging out with some friends before the parade
When you visit Oaxaca you will experience the rich art and culture of the people who lived there long ago and their descendants who keep Oaxacan art and traditions alive today Asta Pronto!
References and Suggested Resources Diego Jonah Winter Jonah Winter http://www.artchive.com/ftp_site.htm
Reproductions Mark Harden’s Artchive http://www.artchive.com/ftp_site.htm Paintings Kahlo, Frida: Self Portrait with a Monkey (1938) Rivera, Diego: The Flower Carrier (1935)
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ART TYPES, COMPONENTS AND FAMOUS ARTISTS. "Form of art not intended to represent the world around us. Applicable to any art that does not represent recognizable.
Oaxaca Situated in a valley in southern Mexico, Oaxaca is known for its colonial architecture, its nearby archeological sites, and its many different ethnic.
Diego Rivera. Diego Rivera DOB:12/8/1886 Guanajuato, Mexico Style: Social Realism What the artist is known for: painting numerous large murals in Mexico.
Frida Kahlo …I paint self portraits because I’m the person I know best. Self Portraits and Magic Realism.
Frida Kahlo "I paint myself because I am so often alone, because I am the subject I know best." Self Portraits and Symbolism.
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+ Diego Rivera Diego Rivera Considered the Greatest Mexican Painter of the 20 th Century Had great influence on the international art world.
Diego Rivera: Art for the People!
Spanish Explorer captured capital Tenochtitlan (Mexico City). He would go on to capture the dominating Aztec people. Today the Mexican culture is a blend.
Diego Rivera. “Mexican art explores and represents the pride of the people in their achievements and their heritage...
By: Ray Gomez Diego Rivera.
Art of the Mexican Revolution. David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, c
Latin America art Brianna Alvarez and Natalie Villarreal period 1.
LATIN AMERICA Shaped by History Ancient Civilizations That Shaped Latin America AZTEC INCAN MAYAN.
Frida Kahlo Self Portrait 1941 Self Portrait wearing a velvet dress 1926 Self Portrait – oil on canvas (31 x 23 cms ) This self portrait.
You have landed in Mexico City, Mexico. Use these resources to fill out your tourist map and learn about Mexico’s rich culture.
Oaxacan Wood Carvings Art from Mexico. History of Wood carving Oaxaca has a wood carving tradition dating from pre-Hispanic times; Zapotecs used to carve.
And other surrealist art
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