Boy with Chihuahua

Diego Rivera Mexican
Printer George C. Miller American
Publisher Weyhe Gallery, New York

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Rivera made this print in New York in 1932 as part of a set of five lithographs commissioned by Carl Zigrosser of Weyhe Gallery. All five show details of murals painted by Rivera a few years earlier in Mexico. Boy with Chihuahua is a detail from his fresco The Rains, which forms part of the mural cycle in the building occupied by the Ministry of Education in Mexico City. The lithographs were printed by the leading American lithographic printer George C. Miller in New York.

Boy with Chihuahua, Diego Rivera (Mexican, Guanajuato 1886–1957 Mexico City), Lithograph

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