Visit site
  • Janie

    Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park (1948) - Diego Rivera - Museo Mural Diego Rivera, Mexico City, Mexico

  • Crimson Moon

    Diego Rivera Murals

  • Aly Tiznado

    In this artwork I see people, I see trees, and it looks like they are celebrating. This artwork called Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park by Diego Rivera, has so many more details then just trees, people, and a celebration. In my AP Spanish class we studied the real significance to this painting, and it is inspiration. Inspiration in this picture is shown in the background, where it brings people hope to follow their dreams and achieve many things in life.

Related Pins

I think this has a special place in my heart because my spanish class in 8th grade recreated this with pastels. I did part of the horse's face.

diego rivera mural inside our wedding venue

Portrait of Ruth Rivera (Retrato de Ruth Rivera), 1949, by Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886-1957).

Banquete en Wall Street - Diego Rivera. Pared norte, Patio de Las Fiestas, Secretaría de Educación Pública, Ciudad de México. 1928.

María de los Dolores Olmedo y Patiño Suarez painted Diego Rivera.

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City Metalworkers - part of a mural depicting Zapotec and Mixtec culture in Oaxaca in pre-hispanic times.

Diego Rivera mural in the National Palace, Mexico City This mural depicts life in Michoacan, Mexico in pre-Hispanic times

Diego Rivera...one of my fav. artists. I have this picture framed hanging in my bedroom.

Diego Rivera, "Balle Tehunatepec," 1928