Bring an industrious spirit to your home or office with this stretch canvas of the South Wall of the Detroit Industry Murals by Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. The Detroit Industry fresco cycle was conceived by Mexican muralist Diego Rivera (1886–1957) as a tribute to the city's manufacturing base and labor force of the 1930s. Rivera completed the twenty-seven panel work in eleven months, from April 1932 to March 1933. It is considered the finest example of Mexican mural art in the United States, and the artist thought it the best work of his career.
Printed with archival inks, this canvas reproduction has a color permanence rating of 50 years. Hand-stretched canvas over wood stretcher bars that are assembled in the correct proportions of the original artwork.
Great care has been taken to ensure color matching, from the digital capture of the image to the tint and weave of the underlying canvas. These reproductions are of the highest quality and worthy of museum masterpieces such as this one.
Measures 60" x 30"
Ready to hang.
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About the artwork:
Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886 - 1957)
Detroit Industry, South Wall, 1932-1933
212 1/2 x 540 inches
Detroit Institute of Arts
Gift of Edsel B. Ford