David Alfaro Siqueiros
  David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974) together with Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco are considered to be the three masters of the Mexican school of mural painting. Siqueiros, born in Chihuahua, México, was a sergeant in the Mexican Revolution and a colonel in the Spanish Civil War. He was very active in the organizing of México's labor forces, and his political activism resulted in many deportations and years in jail. It was in jail where he created most of his easel works. He incorporated many new materials and techniques, and was the first artist to use acrylics as a painting media.
The distinctive "Siqueiros three-dimensional" perspective is unmistakable. Jackson Pollack was one of his many apprentices.      View Images


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El Que Crea en Cristo
Que lo Pinte
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Cristo Amputado
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Mascara
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Mujer en la
Carcel
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Autorretrato
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La Huida
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Vista Aerea
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Paisaje Explosivo
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Paisaje Montañas

Jesusito Sera Un Santo

Mujeres del Mezquital
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Paisaje


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