El Vendedor De Alcatraces

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Diego Rivera was greatly influenced by indigenous Mexican art. He produced murals that depict Mexico’s history and their social problems. In America, he was commissioned by Henry Ford and the Rockefellers to paint murals for their respective buildings.
His paintings of flower vendors illustrate the hard work the peasants have to endure in their day to day lives.

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