1950 Diego Rivera Mural Mexico City Mexican Travel Poster
PRINTED BY: Printed in Mexico
AGE: circa 1950`s
CONDITION: A, Linen Mounted
This poster is in excellent condition. It depicts a detail of the mural called The Totonac Civilization which is in the National Palace in Mexico City. The Mural was created by Diego Rivera. Rivera created paintings and murals on Mexican history, folk art, the discoveries of archeology and other sciences. He was very well know also working for a period in the United States as a WPA artist. He married Frida Kahlo.
This poster was produced to encourage travel to Mexico in the 1950's. Absolutely beautiful and ready for framing! We only have this one.
Size: 24 x 34.5 inches
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