The Fabulous Life of Diego Rivera

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Notes on Illustrations ix
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - Silver and Dreams 12
  • 2 - The Little Atheist 18
  • 3 - The Education of an Artist 29
  • 4 - A Colonial in Europe 42
  • 5 - The Fall of Don Porfirio 59
  • 6 - Painter's Paris 64
  • 7 - The Isms in Art 76
  • 8 - How to Price a Painting 86
  • 9 - Paris in Wartime 93
  • 10 - Quest for a Universal Language 103
  • 11 - The Wretched and Exuberant Land 116
  • 12 - Angelina Waits 122
  • 13 - A Byzantine Detour 131
  • 14 - A Red Star Rises 141
  • 15 - When Artists Form a Union 150
  • 16 - All Mexico on a Wall 167
  • 17 - Wild Beauty 182
  • 18 - The War on Diego's Monkeys 196
  • 19 - Journey to the Holy Land 214
  • 20 - The Communist War on Rivera 225
  • 21 - Diego Picks Himself a Comrade 240
  • 22 - A School to Turn Out Supermen 253
  • 23 - Palaces and Millionaires 261
  • 25 - The Painter and the Machine 297
  • 26 - The Battle of Rockefeller Center 317
  • 27 - Alone 341
  • 28 - Peace with the Yankee 362
  • 29 - The Golden Age 367
  • 30 - God Does Not Exist! 374
  • 31 - Return to the Bosom of the Church 380
  • 32 - The Death of Frida Kahlo 391
  • 33 - Both Moscow and Rome 405
  • 34 - Death Comes for the Painter 411
  • 35 - Notes for a Future Biographer 415
  • Selected Bibliography 433
  • Index 443
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