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Dreaming with his eyes open : a life of Diego Rivera

Author: Patrick Marnham; Diego Rivera
Publisher: New York : Knopf, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Chronicles the life of Mexican artist Diego Rivera and discusses the artists who influenced him, his involvement in Communism, his family life, and other related topics.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Biografía
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Marnham, Patrick.
Dreaming with his eyes open.
New York : Knopf, ©1998
(OCoLC)657027014
Named Person: Diego Rivera; Diego Rivera; Diego Rivera; Diego Rivera; Diego Rivera
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Marnham; Diego Rivera
ISBN: 0679430423 9780679430421
OCLC Number: 38566275
Description: 350 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: A small town in Mexico --
pt. 1. Fables and dreams. Birth of a fabulist: Guanajuato 1886-1893 --
Young men in waistcoats: Mexico City 1893-1906 --
pt. 2. The lands of reason. The empty landscape: Spain 1907-1910 --
The free republic of Montparnasse: Mexico 1910-1911 ; Paris 1911-1914 --
The cubists go to war: Paris 1914-1918 --
A monster emerges: Paris, Italy 1918-1921 --
pt. 3. Repainting the world. The bathers of Tehuantepec: Mexico 1921-1922 --
A pistol on the scaffold: Mexico 1923-1927 --
To Moscow and back: Mexico and Moscow 1927-1929 --
Marriage to Frida: Mexico 1929-1930 --
North of the border: San Francisco, Detroit, New York 1930-1933 --
pt. 4. The last dream. A bed too far: Mexico 1934-1936 --
A surrealist deathtrap: Mexico, San Francisco 1936-1940 --
The Lord of Mictlan: Mexico 1941-1957 --
Appendixes : 1. Chronology ; 2. Major mural paintings.
Responsibility: Patrick Marnham.
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Chronicles the life of Mexican artist Diego Rivera and discusses the artists who influenced him, his involvement in Communism, his family life, and other related topics.

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