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Jose Clemente Orozco






 

Jose Clemente Orozco

(b Ciudad Guzmán, Jalisco, 23 Nov 1883; d Mexico City, 7 Sept 1949).

Mexican painter and draughtsman. He was one of the three most important Mexican mural painters, and his expressionist style has been particularly influential among younger generations of international mural artists. He also produced a large body of caricatures and drawings, as well as easel works.


Edward Weston
Jose Clemente Orozco
1930

 

 


The Epic of American Civilization
 

(Baker Berry Library at Dartmouth College)


1932 - 1934

 


Baker Berry Library at Dartmouth College


 


Section of mural
 Baker Library, Dartmouth College, Hanover


 


The Departure of Quetzalcoatl



 


Gods of the Modern World


 


The Epic of American Civilization
(Pane1-24)


 


Panel1 Migration



 


Panel
2 Snake and Spears



 


Panel
3 Ancient Human Sacrifice


 


Panel
4 Aztec Warriors



 


Panel
5 The Coming of Quetzalcoatl


 


Panel6
Pre-Columbian Golden Age



 


Panel
7 The Departure of Quetzalcoatl


 


Panel
8 The Prophecy


 


Panel9
Totem Poles


 


Panel10
Totem Poles


 


Panel1
1 Machine Images


 


Panel1
2 Machine Images


 


Panel13
Cortez and the Cross


 


 Panel14 The Machine


 


Panel15
Anglo-America


 


Panel16
Hispano-America


 


Panel17
The Gods of the Modern World


 


Panel18
Modern Human Sacrifice


 


Panel1
9 Symbols of Nationalism


 


Panel20 C
hains of the Spirit


 


Panel21
Modern Migration of the Spirit


 


Panel
22 Ideal Modern Culture I


 

Panel23
Ideal Modern Culture II


 

Panel
24 Ideal Modern Culture III


 


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Mural of Father Miguel Hidalgo


(Palacio de Gobierno)


1937

 


Palacio de Gobierno


 


Stairway ceiling with portrait of angry Miguel Hidalgo
(The Firebrand Hidalgo)
Government Palace, City of Guadalajara


 


Miguel Hidalgo


 


Miguel Hidalgo


 

Miguel Hidalgo


 


Reformers of Jalisco


 


Reformers of Jalisco


 


Reformers of Jalisco

 

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