Siqueiros


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Si·quei·ros

 (sĭ-kā′rōs), David Alfaro 1896?-1974.
Mexican mural painter whose works, including The March of Humanity (1968), depict political protest and revolution.
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Siqueiros

(Spanish siˈkɛjrɔs)
n
(Biography) David Alfaro (daˈβið alˈfaro). 1896–1974, Mexican painter, noted for his murals expressing a revolutionary message
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Si•quei•ros

(siˈkɛər oʊs)

n.
David Alfaro, 1896–1974, Mexican painter.
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Indeed, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Diego Rivera were at odds with each other and with the PCM, the Mexican Communist Party, for much of their lives.
Siqueiros and his team are responsible for pre-award and post-award contract functions on the $4 billion Detail Design and Construction (DD&C) contract for the USS John F.
Mexico -- Fantastic Identity, 20th Century Masterpieces," an exhibition of artworks by renowned Latin American artists such as Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros, is now on display at Ayala Museum.