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tr-ibal:

I will keep this photo posted for 1 week.
Every time someone Reblogs this photo I will donate 10 cent to charity: water
After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.
Show you care & Reblog.
always

tr-ibal:

I will keep this photo posted for 1 week.

Every time someone Reblogs this photo I will donate 10 cent to charity: water

After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.

Show you care & Reblog.

always

(Source: charitywaterproject, via lil--puta)

golden-hoser:

Some of Diego Rivera’s paintings of flower sellers, it depicts the Mexican struggle in such a romantically tragic way. Their backs are broken by one of the most delicate objects; the flower is a symbol of love, growth, and beauty and they are slowly wearing away at these hard working people. It is an interesting juxtaposition of beauty and struggle. Anyways, just thought I would share some more work from my favourite artist on Cinco de Mayo! Ojala que tengan un buen dia! Viva Mexico!

andrewbaggott:

What the Water Gave Me (Lo Que el Agua Me Dio), Frida Kahlo, 1938.
This painting was the inspiration for the title of a Florence + the Machine song on the 2011 album Ceremonials. 

andrewbaggott:

What the Water Gave Me (Lo Que el Agua Me Dio), Frida Kahlo, 1938.

This painting was the inspiration for the title of a Florence + the Machine song on the 2011 album Ceremonials


“Frida right after surgery in 1946 — Coyoacan — she is now worse than ever, the pain is unimaginably intense.” - Taken by her nephew.

“Frida right after surgery in 1946 — Coyoacan — she is now worse than ever, the pain is unimaginably intense.” - Taken by her nephew.

(Source: Washington Post, via theeingenious)

artmastered:

Diego Rivera, Girl with Lilies, 1941

artmastered:

Diego Rivera, Girl with Lilies, 1941

tolteka:

Serenata Mexicana - Jesus Helguera

tolteka:

Serenata Mexicana - Jesus Helguera

universalbeauty:

Jesús Helguera

Born May 28th 1910 - Died December 5th 1971. A Mexican painter who originally started as an editorial artist, working for magazines, comics etc. At that time, most of his work was done with gouache.  As he went on to become a painter, his picures depicted Aztec mythology, beautiful girls, Catholicism,and Mexican scenery.
 

blancpetale:

Amazing Mexican Art! I think I have a new favorite artist.

tolteka:

art by Ricardo Ortega

tr-ibal:

I will keep this photo posted for 1 week.
Every time someone Reblogs this photo I will donate 10 cent to charity: water
After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.
Show you care & Reblog.
always

tr-ibal:

I will keep this photo posted for 1 week.

Every time someone Reblogs this photo I will donate 10 cent to charity: water

After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.

Show you care & Reblog.

always

(Source: charitywaterproject, via lil--puta)

golden-hoser:

Some of Diego Rivera’s paintings of flower sellers, it depicts the Mexican struggle in such a romantically tragic way. Their backs are broken by one of the most delicate objects; the flower is a symbol of love, growth, and beauty and they are slowly wearing away at these hard working people. It is an interesting juxtaposition of beauty and struggle. Anyways, just thought I would share some more work from my favourite artist on Cinco de Mayo! Ojala que tengan un buen dia! Viva Mexico!

andrewbaggott:

What the Water Gave Me (Lo Que el Agua Me Dio), Frida Kahlo, 1938.
This painting was the inspiration for the title of a Florence + the Machine song on the 2011 album Ceremonials. 

andrewbaggott:

What the Water Gave Me (Lo Que el Agua Me Dio), Frida Kahlo, 1938.

This painting was the inspiration for the title of a Florence + the Machine song on the 2011 album Ceremonials


“Frida right after surgery in 1946 — Coyoacan — she is now worse than ever, the pain is unimaginably intense.” - Taken by her nephew.

“Frida right after surgery in 1946 — Coyoacan — she is now worse than ever, the pain is unimaginably intense.” - Taken by her nephew.

(Source: Washington Post, via theeingenious)

(Source: playapat77)

artmastered:

Diego Rivera, Girl with Lilies, 1941

artmastered:

Diego Rivera, Girl with Lilies, 1941

tolteka:

Serenata Mexicana - Jesus Helguera

tolteka:

Serenata Mexicana - Jesus Helguera

universalbeauty:

Jesús Helguera

Born May 28th 1910 - Died December 5th 1971. A Mexican painter who originally started as an editorial artist, working for magazines, comics etc. At that time, most of his work was done with gouache.  As he went on to become a painter, his picures depicted Aztec mythology, beautiful girls, Catholicism,and Mexican scenery.
 

blancpetale:

Amazing Mexican Art! I think I have a new favorite artist.

tolteka:

art by Ricardo Ortega

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