The Flower Seller Diego Rivera Analysis

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The Flower Seller was drawn by Diego Rivera in 1942. This painting is the most important painting for him. He depicts a young woman kneeling with a very large bundle of calalilies. Her clothes are simple. She is colorfully like a typical young. Woman of Mexico in the early 20 th century. Those flowers are special in Mexico. Flowers' name is Kalla Lily. I think Diego Rivera drew this painting to remind Mexico. There is a man behind the bundle. Only his hands feet and a piece of his hat are seeming on photo. There are Rivera's different paintings about the Flower Seller Rivera wasa a hard communist. He wanted to explain working class' difficulty A rich home has flower but some people's life doesn't have it. They have to carry heavy loads. Also
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