A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ONLINE RESOURCES


DIEGO RIVERA AND HIS WORKS:


http://www.diegorivera.com/
The Diego Rivera Web Museum -
a virtual museum of Rivera and his works (Spanish and English versions)

http://www.middlebury.edu/~sp302s97/proyectos/gdavis.html
Rivera's life and art (in Spanish)

http://www.clemusart.com/exhibit/rivera/curator.htm
Cleveland Museum of Art Exhibition:
Diego Rivera, Art and Revolution February 14-May 2, 1999

http://w3.tvi.cc.nm.us/nfs/home/t/teremayo/public_html
some interesting images of a few of Rivera's other works

http://www.dia.org/index2.html
geared toward middle school students but an excellent resource
for photos and images of Rivera's works -
just scroll down and click on LESSON PLANS FOR TEACHERS

http://www.engl.virginia.edu/~enwr1013/Laura/lar4e2.html
an online essay on Rivera's revolutionary art

http://www.fbuch.com/diego.htm
Diego and the revolution; his relationships with Frida Kahlo
and Leon Trotsky.. lots of great pictures!

http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/rivera_diego.html
Artcyclopedia links to Rivera sites.

http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/travel/jcummings/diegomural3.html
a photo of Diego Rivera Mural Monumental Stairway
in Mexico's National Palace, Mexico City

http://www.knee.to/~amie/mexican_art/Span101_Rivera.dat.html
a Rivera biography

http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/travel/jcummings/jcdiegofrida.html
Diego, Frida, and the Mexican School of art

http://www.arts-history.mx/museos/mu/index2.html
a unique depiction of several murals and frescos painted by Rivera,
all the characters in the the paintings and their origins.

http://www.diamondial.org/rivera/
a photo essay showing Diego painting 27 frescos
at the Detroit Institute of the Arts entitled "Detroit Industry"

http://udgftp.cencar.udg.mx/ingles/Pintura/diego/diego.html
an exploration of Diego's works in watercolors

Self portrait, 1907




Two Women and a Child, 1926




Sleeping Family, 1932




Self portrait, 1933




Fruits of the Earth, 1938

FRIDA KAHLO:



http://www.aetna.com/sponsorships/20c_mex_art.htm
a Frida Kahlo exhibit

http://www.fridakahlo.it/
a great page on Frida Kahlo complete with flash movie.

http://members.aol.com/fridanet/kahlo.htm
the world of Frida Kahlo

http://www.eecs.uic.edu/~ngalindo/frida1.html
Frida's life and works

http://members.nbci.com/_XOOM/Tigermark/Frida/
Frida's necklace of thorns

http://www.ocaiw.com/kahlo.htm
a Frida Kahlo bibliography

http://english.cla.umn.edu/Visiting/MJanette/
Installations/Cecilia/kahlowp.html

Frida Kahlo: wounded woman/cultural icon

http://www.csc.calpoly.edu/~rortizze/frida.htm
"Absolute Pain" an essay on Frida


RELATED SITES:



http://world.presidencia.gob.mx/PAGES/culture/mexcult_museums.html
museums and galleries in Mexico

http://www.arts-history.mx/museos/revolucion/index.html
National Musuem of the Mexican Revolution
(in Spanish)

http://national.gallery.ca/english/exhibitions/mexican/mexican.html
Mexican modern art exhibit at the National Gallery of Canada

http://www.tam.itesm.mx/~jdorante/art/mural/imural01.htm
post-revolutionary muralism in Mexico

http://www.nvo.com/ecnewletter/murals/
murals: history, art and culture

http://data.cued.uic.edu/orozco/humanities%20museum/lesson4.html
a humanities course mural unit from
the University of Illinois at Chicago

http://mmm.dartmouth.edu/~hood/collections/orozco-murals.html
the murals of Jose Clemente Orozco

http://webster.dartmouth.edu/~library/Orozco/artist.html
more on Orozco

http://www.spin.com.mx/ilustrado/murales/dasiqueiros.html
the murals of David Alfaro Siqueiros
(in Spanish)

http://www.muralart.com/california.html
California mural art

http://www.spin.com.mx/ilustrado/murales/
the murals of Mexico (in Spanish)



detail from Orozco's
"Coming Home from Work" - 1923-27



detail from Rivera's
"Great Tenochtitlan Market"



detail from Siqueiros'
"The New Democracy" - 1944-45


If you have found a site not listed that you think would be a beneficial resource, or if you discover a dead link on this site, please contact Katarina Mijatovic.