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Museum Mural of Diego Rivera


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The museum houses the permanent exhibition of the mural: "Dream of a Sunday Afternoon", plus a large collection of works by Diego Rivera. HISTORY Diego Rivera, its almost 60 years made ​​murals in twenty different places, both in Mexico and the United States. At some point he was hired to do a mural for the Hotel del Prado. The following year, in 1947 created the National Institute of Fine Arts with Carlos Chavez as director as well as the National Museum of Fine Arts at the Palace of Fine Arts. Diego Rivera mural performs 'Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park' in the dining room of the Hotel del Prado, for it involved the collaboration of artists Rina Lazo, Pedro Penaloza and teacher Andres Sanchez Flores. The mural was done in fresco, is 74 m2 and weighs 35 tons.

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