The Revolution in Painting
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From Creative Art, IV, pp. 28-30, 1929, published by Albert and Charles Boni Company. Reprinted with permission of the American Federation of Arts. Diego Rivera studied in Spain, France, and Italy from 1910 to 1921. Though he worked for a time in the cubist tradition, his later fresco style, taking Mexican revolutionary history as its subject matter, came to be regarded as characteristic of Mexico. Throughout his life, Rivera’s involvement in Mexican and world politics has been expressed in his art.