Can anyone give me information on a Diego Rivera "Woman Pineapple Vendor, 1935"? I don't even know if it's a painting or a watercolor. It looks a water color to me. I can send a picture if anyone is interested in helping me. Thanks!
surfaces for Rivera paintingsue fournier
did Diego Rivera ever paint on hard board type substance?
Hello, I have an oil of a desert landscape signed lower right corner "Rivera" painted 5/3/1916. Did Diego Rivera ever print his name early in his career? Its a well done paining either way. Thanks for you help.
Diego paintingTom Conboy
Responding to several postings, I have a cubist-type painting of a madonna and child, with a fairly genderless figure where the father would be. "Diego" is printed in the lower left corner. It is oil or acrylic, not a print. What did his signature look like? Help!
diego rivera different signaturesjulie
Hi, I have two original paintings signed by Diego, one I got recently and one I have had for probably 20-30 years. The "older" one is cubism and has gold leaf paint.Though purchased years apart and diferent parts of the US, the signatures are a definite match to each other. I believe them to be diego rivera originals but his signature is printed and only diego is used.I know rivera diego sighnedhis pictures differently, but does anyone know if he ever printed his name? The printed name looks like his signed name. There is info on the back of both pictures, but I dont know what it means. Help!
Diego Rivera Children?Carol Meyer
Can anyone tell me if Diego had any children or neices/nephews? I have a painting done by Rafaela Rivera that I bought in San Antonio, TX. Would like to know if she's a relative of Diego.
Does anyone know anything about "Lily Vendor" 12x16 date faded..."Pineapple Vendor" 14x10 1935...Man with Lillies 10x14 '44? I have had these three paintings for a really long time. They were left in the attic of my old house and I didn't find them until I moved. They have always appeared to be faded or painted in a subdued hue and appear to be some sort of watercolor on canvas. Does anyone know who to contact in the Central Florida area that may have information on these paintings?
diego rivera artworknicole bay
i recently inherited artwork from my dad that i believe is by diego rivera. one painting i have is in an oval shape and on the back it says "pierrot aux le fleur" and it has the number 151-193. does anyone know if this is a original? i know my dad bought it over seas in the 60's when he was in the military. any help will be greatly appreciated!!!
Response to Chuck FleischerJohn F. Bringmann
For Chuck Fleischer from 6/07/08
You mentioned having found a Diago Rivera piece from your parents estate. Contact your local Auction house and ask when they have free apraisles. They all offer this service, at least here in New York City, but I think they all do.
Diego RiveraChuck Fleischer
I found a framed "Traders at Market" by Rivera while going through my parents' estate. Can anyone give me a sense of it's value - I don't know if its a print or an original - and any information about when it may have been painted? My Dad had it for a long, long time. Thanks.
Anyone who has painting by Diego Rosales please contact me. We are currently working on getting this painter known in the USA. He worked alongside Diego Rivera on many of his famous murals. He is now 81 years old and is coming to Miami ,Florida again very soon for and art exhibition planned for him.
diego riveraruel williams
I believe I have an original
water color on parchment.
Could someone help me authen-
ticate. It is a painting
of a young girl during harvest.
Diego Rivera printsSusan Bramer
I have found two Diego Rivera prints framed and sold by Rudolf Lesch Fine Art, Inc. I believe they are scenes from the murals in the Palacio de Cortes in Cuernavaca. One is "Pottery Carrier" and the other is "Trader's Market". What can you tell me about them and their value? Thank you---
Diego Rivera Original?Sarah
My sister-in-law has a a painting by Diego Rivera. It lookding the the El Vendedor De Flores. It looks like water color on paper. It's signed in the bottom left with 1954 next to the name. It was purchased by her mother in the 50's or 60's in Mexico City. Could it be an original?
Diego Rivera's paintingsLina Cardenas
I have a Diego Rivera's watercolor paint done in 1953, How do I know it is an original?
Diego Rivera Autograph valueMark F
My stepfather (87 yrs old) was sorting thru some of his diceased wifes papers and came across a page out of a book that was pen signed by Diego Rivera and perserved with clear wrap... Apparently she had met him in the late 1940's early 1950's and she acquired the signature from him. Any idea of the value?
WANT TO KNOW JEAN MORSE
i HAVE THE CABBAGE PATCH AND OFF TO MARKET I WAS TOLD THEY WERE WORTHLESS THEY ARE NUMBERED TO AND BOUGHT IN AN ART GALLERY IN NY CITY.
Diego Rosales Mexican MuralistBernardo Junco
Anyone who has or has had any work by Diego Rosales, a Mexican painter that worked alongside Diego Rivera, can visit a website
to see other works by him.
Could they be authentic?Doug Waltner
I have 2 pastel paintings one of a little girl and one of a little boy that have been in the family since the early 30's. My Aunt purchased them on a trip to Mexico. I don't remember the story behind their acquisition. They are signed in the lower right with an authentic looking Diego Rivera signature and dated 1934. The only thing that makes me suspect is that they were drawn on what appears to be tracing paper. Anyone have any ideas?
I have what looks to be a watercolor of a man with a sickle in his hand. There is a small stamp on the back stating hand colored reproduction of a Diego Rivera watercolor. The stamp looks like its printed in the 60's. Can you tell me anything about these?
ron abob n
I also have a man carrying a bale; can you tell me more about your picture? what is the date?
Two Paintings - Info NeededRon A.
I have two painting by signed by Diego Rivera in the upper right hand corner. One is a Man Carrying a Bale and the other is a Man bent over in some sort of patch picking.
Diego Rivera - Dance in TehuantepecHolly
I am trying to find out who owns this piece.
It used to be part of the IBM Corporate Collection, but in 1995, it was sold in a Sotheby's auction.
I've e-mailed Sotheby's, but I thought I'd ask here, as well. Does anyone have any information?
Thank you, Holly
Diego Rosales informationBernardo
I would like to contact anyone interested in sharing information about Diego Rosales art work. Due to his style of work and the fact he was a student/helper of the late Diego Rivera , he has not been recognized or given the right credits.
Diego Rivera and Diego Rosalesmark sisco
I'm trying to find out if Diego Rivera ever painted under the name Diego Rosales. Any information would be helpful. Mark
Flower Vendor or Flower CarrierNancy
Back in Sept of '06 "Debbie" inquired about a painting she has entitled 'The Flower Vendor', but it is listed as 'The Flower Carrier'. I also have one of these which is signed in the lower left corner and dated 1935 but I believe mine is the 23rd copy of 185. Does anyone know how many copies were made and where the original painting is now? And/or any other pertinent info. Thanks Nancy
Diego Ilustrations in BooksPamela
I just purchased a "first edition" publication that features various illustration signed by Diego Rivera. Can anyone provide information on other books and illustrations available that he did?
DID ANY OF HIS EARLY PRINTS HAVE HIS SIGNATURE ON THE BOTTOM LEFT SIDE .THANKS ED
DID HE PAINT THE SAME PAINTINGS MORE THAN ONCE ,OR IS THERE ONLY ONE THAT HE PAINTS
"diego " mysterysonia
Hello, my search has led me here...I have large wall murals that existed in my fathers night club from 1966 thru 1984 in Chicago.The tale told is that, these were painted by a student of Diego Rivera.The signature reads Diego Rosales? because his name and art work related too closely to Diego Rivera he never became recognized.Does anyone have info on Diego's teaching days? The murals are breathtaking...Pancho Villa
included in subject.Does anyone know if Diego Rivera painted under another name?This mural definetly has a likeness to Diego Rivera.Any assistance is appreciated
I can't find this anywhereJ Dawson
Hello, I am not a pro and have a relative who has many nice pieces of art. One of my favorites is a Rivera piece titled "Market Place" or "Marketplace". The background is all yellow while the figures and buildings in the forefront are all black. I can't seem to find any info on this and was hoping one of you may be able to shed some light or at least point me in the right direction. Thanks
G. Leddington (10/02/2006)
Famed Mexican muralist Diego Rivera claimed in his autobiography that during a period in 1904, he and his companions ate "nothing but cadavers" purchased from the local morgue. Rivera was fully aware of the shock value of this tale. Rivera claims that he thought cannibalism a way of the future, remarking "I believe that when man evolves a civilization higher than the mechanized but still primitive one he has now, the eating of human flesh will be sanctioned. For then man will have thrown off all of his superstitions and irrational taboos."
Taken from the wikipedia entry on cannibalism.
Do you recognise this quote and do you know of it's source?
Diego Rivera paintingsKelly Lee Stephens
Anyone needing assistance
in authenticating paintings
by Rivera, please send
picture and information,
with contact info.
K. L. Stephens
Diego Rivera Bob
I hold two Rivera watercolors: One is titled "Off To Market" and the other is "Cabbage Patch". Both are signed and dated by the artist. Beware of non-authentic "art".
question about paintingDebbie
I have some questions about a Diego Rivera Work. The label on the back indicates that the work is The Flower Vendor, yet I have seen this as The Flower Carrier. The work is signed in the lower left and dated 1935. I can't seem to find any information about the gallery (Livingston Galleries). Any thoughts
Diego Rivera's SignatureCharlotte
Does anyone know if Diego Rivera Barrientos signed his work as R. Barrientos perhaps in his earlier work?
Diego Rivera prints/paintingsLee
I have paintings of the same two titles Rose Hill mentions in her 2004 posting. 'Cabbage Patch' and 'Off to Market'. They were framed by the Roten Gallery of Baltimore (their sticker is on the back) . Paintings singed "Diego Rivera.37"
Mine appear to be watercolor with India ink.
Isn't it odd we have the same two titles? An art appraiser told me Roten used to tour college campuses... anyone know about that? Thanks.
I just purchased a canvas oil that looks remarkably like a Diego Rivera. It has the signature Cala Lilies and Sunflowers in a large basket. There is one woman with braided pigtails and one man with a hat both kneeling with their backs to the viewer. I took a chance and bought the painting though it is not signed. Even if it isn't authentic it is a gorgeous reproduction. Is there an expert in the San Francisco area that can give me an opinion on the authenticity of this work?
I have acquired a water color on parchment of a woman sitting with her back to the viewer. It is 12" x 10" The woman's black hair is braided in two pig tails and she is looking at 2 or 3 clumps of Calla Lillies tied with rope and a small basket behind the flowers. It is signed 'Diego Rivera' It is not dated and appears to be in fairly good condition. I am told that experts have disagreed as to its authenticity. I am in Houston, Texas. Does anyone have a suggestion as to how I can get an opinion on this work?
Diego RiveraRose Hill
I believe I have 2 authenic paintings by Rivera that have never been displayed. I have had them since 1940 and only one other person had them in their possesion. Names: Off to Market and Cabbage Patch. Anyone interested? contact me at email@example.com Thank you.
Anyhting you can find