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Mexican Prints

Mexican art comes from a culture that values its past, as well as one that embraces its present. Art is more than just visual for the proud people of Mexico; for them it's also an unique way of finding joy throughout their lives and celebrating their history. Mexican art has a wide variety of influences, including symbols and graphic designs from ancient cultures like the Mayans and Incas, as well as religious overtones from Catholic missionaries and their own history.

What’s truly amazing is that Mexican art manages to integrate these numerous, and sometimes conflicting, views while still maintaining their own cultural integrity.

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El Vendedor de Alcatraces
by Diego Rivera
28" x 32"
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The Two Fridas, 1939
by Frida Kahlo
20" x 22"
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Nude with Calla Lilies
by Diego Rivera
16" x 20"
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Vendedora de Flores
by Diego Rivera
9" x 12"
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The Grinder (la molendera), 1926
by Diego Rivera
30" x 26"
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The Flower Seller, 1942
by Diego Rivera
26" x 32"
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The Flower Vendor
by Diego Rivera
28" x 38"
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The Flower Seller
by Diego Rivera
16" x 20"
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El Vendedor de Alcatraces
by Diego Rivera
16" x 20"
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Flower Festival: Feast of Santa Anita, 1931
by Diego Rivera
11" x 14"
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The Two Fridas, 1939
by Frida Kahlo
11" x 14"
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Self-Portrait with Monkey, 1938
by Frida Kahlo
16" x 20"
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Self Portrait with a Monkey, 1940
by Frida Kahlo
11" x 14"
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The Flower Seller
by Diego Rivera
24" x 30"
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The Frame
by Frida Kahlo
16" x 20"
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Portrait of Dolores Olmedo
by Diego Rivera
18" x 24"
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Triumph of the Revolution- Distribution of Food
by Diego Rivera
30" x 27"
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The Flower Seller
by Diego Rivera
11" x 14"
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Vendedora de Alcatraces
by Diego Rivera
20" x 16"
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Las Comadres
by Simon Silva
18" x 20"
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Margarita
by Nancy Overton
8" x 10"
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Peasants
by Diego Rivera
10" x 8"
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Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair, 1940
by Frida Kahlo
16" x 20"
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The Frame
by Frida Kahlo
11" x 14"
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The Frame
by Frida Kahlo
8" x 10"
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The Frame
by Frida Kahlo
24" x 30"
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Girl with Lilies
by Diego Rivera
33" x 38"
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The Flower Seller
by Diego Rivera
24" x 32"
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La Familia
by Julie Vance
18" x 18"
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Love Never Dies
by Jill Ankrom
9" x 12"
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Dia de Los Meurtos
by Jill Ankrom
9" x 12"
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Self Portrait with a Monkey, 1940
by Frida Kahlo
18" x 24"
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Agrarian Leader Zapata
by Diego Rivera
11" x 14"
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Mojito
by Nancy Overton
8" x 10"
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Enchilada
by Nancy Overton
11" x 14"
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Of particular interest for collectors and home decorators is the bright symmetrical works that mimic textile patterns and the Day of the Dead artwork that has become increasingly popular among home decor.
Mexican art also hosts one of the most famous couples in the art world, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, whose radically different styles embody the different moods of Mexico life. Diego Rivera’s poignant drawings feature native flowers and people going about their lives in flat, yet complex, styles that have delighted viewers with their sense of design and bright colors. His wife, Frida Kahlo, takes a different approach by providing an insight into the mind and emotions of someone with a Hispanic heritage. Her surrealistic self-portraits vary from the beautiful to the strange while allowing a glimpse into the mind of the artist and the society in which she was raised.

With a variety of artwork that is as widespread as the culture it belongs to, Mexican art is a scintillating visual and emotional experience. Flat styled designs in this category are great for placing throughout the home, allowing a glimpse into the simple lives and unwavering faith that inspire all who look at them. The more realistic art pieces are also viable decorating options, displaying a sensitivity and creativity within them that’s distinctly unique to this category, making these works a great choice as a centerpiece to any design plan.
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