At last, here is the last of my planned posts of photos from Mexico (and also the last taken with my trusty Olympus E-510: news on that soon.)
So here are some of Diego Rivera’s murals in the Palacio Nacional de Mexico, with his views of the Spanish, Americans (U.S. sub-species), Karl Marx, Frida Carlo, and scuintles.
I have started with just four of the many photos I took, so I will add more in a while; for example, I just added this first one, which also shows the location of the three main murals, on the entrance staircase.
There is a mysterious battle scene detail in the above mural:
After those three big murals on the stairs, there are many smaller ones along the walls of the walkway above the central lobby. Several include scuintles (Mexican hairless dogs), like this one:
Can anyone explain the “dragon” at the bottom of this market scene?