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Pablo Picasso
Member of the movement of cubism.
This movement started in France between 1907 and 1914.
Pablo Picasso
Cubism represents models and other things with geometric shapes.
Joan Miró
As a young man, _____ painted in a realistic style.
Joan Miró
Later, this artist became less realistic and painted in a more Cubist style.
Joan Miró
____ also made abstract sculptures.
Joan Miró
He went to Paris to beginning of the 1920s and he was influenced by surrealist artists.
Dina Bursztyn
He was born in Argentina but is citizen of New York
Dina Bursztyn
It is expressed through poetry, tales, and ceramics.
Dina Bursztyn
It was inspired by his aunt Fanny, painter and collector of ceramics.
Dina Bursztyn
Much interested in the subject of Mythology.
Diego Rivera
He expresses himself through the murals, paintings on the walls.
Diego Rivera
His wife was called Frida Kahlo. She was a painter.
Diego Rivera
This movement of muralism showed a mixture of Spanish and Mexican culture.
Diego Rivera
Rivera was worried about the ideals of the Mexican Revolution, and thought that he could help farmers understand their own history with his art.
Diego Rivera
One of the big three was famous Mexican muralists.
Alfonso Fernández
He is a painter of Chilean origin.
Alfonso Fernández
He was influenced by the Spanish pinto Goya, an artist of the 19th century.
Alfonso Fernández
Fernandez and Goya represent the people in his work.
Alfonso Fernández
Cares and express their feelings in his art.
Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez
He was the painter of the Court of King Philip IV of Spain.
Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez
His masterpiece Las Meninas is called and it was painted in 1656
Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez
It is a portrait of the Royal family.
Salvador Dalí
He was born in Spain.
Salvador Dalí
Was a member of the surrealist movement that started shortly after the first world war.
Salvador Dalí
It is inspired by the themes of his own imagination.
Salvador Dalí
They liked the surrealists to capture ideas and images from the subconscious.
David Alfaro Sequeiros
He was one of the great Mexican muralists.
David Alfaro Sequeiros
A new reality that shows the poor as the central figures in the history of Mexico can be seen by his works.
María de los Remedios Varo and Uganga
she liked to paint as a child.
María de los Remedios Varo and Uganga
Like many other Spanish artists of her generation, she traveled to Paris in the 1930s
to search for new artistic ideas
María de los Remedios Varo and Uganga
His art became more surreal
María de los Remedios Varo and Uganga
She took refuge in Mexico in 1936 because of the Spanish Civil War
María de los Remedios Varo and Uganga
She did some of the most original works of modern painting
The Museum of the neighborhood
Is in the neighborhood of Harlem in New York
The Museum of the neighborhood
It was founded in 1969 by Puerto Rican artists, educators, and representatives.
The Museum of the neighborhood
Serves as a communication bridge between the Latin American groups in New York and
also among the American and Spanish-speaking culture.