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David Siqueiros



During the 1920s, Siqueiros was one of a host of Mexican muralists who came to prominence, along with Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco. In 1930, Siqueiros was jailed for revolutionary activities but continued to produce oil paintings, engravings, and etchings. In 1932, Siqueiros was ousted from Mexico and settled in Los Angeles, where he taught and painted murals at the Chouinard Art Institute. After living in Los Angeles for several years, he briefly settled in South America and later fought in the Spanish Civil War.

Photo via the Fundación Héctor García. Licensed under the Creative Commons
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Print (4-works)
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David  Siqueiros Self Portrait_ David Siqueiros_ print_ lithograph
Self Portrait
Mountain Suite Edition
12 x 16.5 in
 
David  Siqueiros Title Unknown (Abstract)_ David Siqueiros_ print_ lithograph
Flight
Mexican Suite Edition
16 x 20 in
 
David  Siqueiros Title Unknown (Abstract)_ David Siqueiros_ print_ lithograph
Meditation
Mexican Suite Edition
16 x 20 in
 
David  Siqueiros Title Unknown (Abstract)_ David Siqueiros_ print_ lithograph
Phosphorescent Volcano
Mountain Suite Edition
16 x 20 in
 
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