Nadia Herzog

Nadia Herzog is a pen name of Nadja Bozovic, a freelance journalist whose interest goes from the questioning influence of different art movements, through the connection of arts and urban space, to the art activism for social change. She enjoys interviewing artists and reading all about art history, and she is truly passionate about visual arts, especially about photography, design, graphics, multimedia, and street art in all of its forms.
Diego Rivera art is important for mural work Some of the Most Expensive Diego Rivera Art Sold at Auction

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Diego Rivera (1886 – 1957), a renown Mexican painter and muralist, started studying art when he was 11 years old at the San Carlos Academy of Fine Arts in Mexico City and continued learning throughout his life. In 1902, tough, Rivera was expelled from...

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Diego Rivera art Baile en Tehuantepec, 1928

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The signed and dated oil on canvas entitled Baile en Tehuantepec, painted by Diego Rivera in 1928, is the artwork of this Mexican painter that was sold for the highest price among all of his artworks. The painting shows dancing men and women in a festive...

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Diego Rivera art Vendedora de Flores, 1942

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A flower seller is one of the motives that Diego Rivera painted the most. And here it is again – one more time, one of his Vendedora de Flores paintings has found its place among the Rivera’s most expensive paintings sold at auctions. Particularly this...

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Diego Rivera art La Ofrenda, 1931

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This oil on canvas by Diego Rivera has an impressive exhibition history and the provenance. From Frances Flynn Paine in New York it was acquired by Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. in 1931, and then given to the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1936, as a...

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Diego Rivera art Naturaleza muerta, flores, escudilla de fruta, libro, tarro, 1918

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The full name of this art piece is Naturaleza muerta con flores, escudilla de fruta libro y tarro de Jengibre, although it is referred to with a shorter name too. The technique for this painting is oil on canvas laid on canvas, and it is signed, dated, and...

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Diego Rivera art Paisaje de Toledo, 1913

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One of Rivera’s landscapes also had found its way to art collectors out there. His early-career painting showing the lands of the Spanish town Toledo first was sold at Christie’s New York in 1992, for the price of $1,100,000, the same it had been...

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Diego Rivera art Vendedora de flores en Xochimilco, 1929

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Once again, one of the Diego Rivera’s paintings depicting a flower seller was valued very high. This oil on canvas appears somehow more sophisticated than his usual presentation women and girls selling flowers. With back turned to the viewer, this woman is...

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Diego Rivera art Vendedora de Alcatraces, 1938

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Vendedora de Alcatraces is a signed and dated watercolour gouache on paper artwork by Diego Rivera, sized 134.5 x 191 cm. It depicts a woman flower seller, like many other works of his. He didn’t choose only political figures for his work, but rather the...

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If you care about the urban space and you live in Berlin, or you just happen to love that city, and if you are aware of the influence that urban art has on the citizens and the city itself, then this is your opportunity to show it. Join the efforts of the...

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new neon sign photos in black and blue light with neon terms and abstract colorful neon photo can be found on help page for neon sign photo with neon terms of abstract neon RocketByz’ Images of Neon Colors in an Art Show

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RocketByz Art by visual artist Tomyboy is just about to be exhibited at Hamburg’s gallery Pop Art & Street Art. The solo show of German-born and an LA-based artist will present his images of neon colors, quite unique creations made out of various...

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Rivera's history is on this page this page conisist Rivera's art history history of Rivera's worjk find on this page The Most Famous Diego Rivera Murals Inspire Comradery and Justice for All

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As a young artist from Mexico, Diego Rivera enjoyed truly inspirational 15 years he had spent in Europe, from 1907 to 1921. When he returned to Mexico, the next page of his personal and professional life was about to be turned. He started leaning towards...

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Rivera's artwork Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park

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Being an atheist and a communist had caused some trouble in Diego Rivera’s career. But, he didn’t really care. He did things his own way, as he thought was for the best, and he hardly ever made compromises about his work. There were several situations...

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Rivera's most famous piece in the US Detroit Industry at Detroit Institute of Art

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Detroit Industry represents probably the most famous one of all Diego Rivera murals. It consists of 27 fresco panels painted on the interior walls at the Detroit Institute of Art. The murals are painted during 1932 and 1933, and they are based on the lives of...

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Diego Rivera - Man- Controller of the Universe 1934 - Image via Jinawallwork blogspot com Man at the Crossroads or Man, Controller of the Universe

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Another example of the controversy caused by Diego Rivera’s communist side is his mural Man at the Crossroads, which he began to paint in 1933 for the Rockefeller Center in New York City. Before he finished it, it was removed after furiously negative...

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Diego Rivera - The Marriage of the Artistic Expression of the North and of the South on this Continent -details- Image via Diegorivera com Pan American Unity – The Marriage of North and South

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‘My mural will picture the fusion between the great past of the Latin American lands, as it is deeply rooted in the soil, and the high mechanical developments of the United States’, Diego Rivera wrote in 1940 when he painted the mural The Marriage...

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Alejandro Almanza Pereda s installation Change the World or Go Home in front of Diego Rivera s mural The Making of a Fresco Showing the Building of a City - Image via wsws org San Francisco murals – City Club and California School of Fine Art

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In September 1930, Rivera accepted an invitation from an architect Timothy L. Pflueger to paint for him in San Francisco. After arriving, accompanied by his newlywed wife Frida Kahlo, Rivera painted his first mural in the US, The Allegory of California, at...

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Diego Rivera - In the Arsenal detail - Image via Diegorivera com In the Arsenal – Evidence of a Murder?

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Many of Diego Rivera murals depicted Mexican history and society, especially the 1910 Mexican Revolution. The mural In the Arsenal from 1928 is no exception. Detail of the In the Arsenal mural depicted here shows Frida Kahlo while she is handing out munition...

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Diego Rivera - Creation 1922 detail - Image via Diegorivera org Creation – Starting Point of an Extraordinary Career

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Creation was the first of Diego Rivera murals. He started painting it in January 1922, and it was rather experimental within the encaustic technique, but it would become truly significant for the career ahead of him. The mural was painted in the Bolívar...

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