Diego Rivera - The Flower Vendor - 1941 - Girl with Lilies
Diego Rivera’s art (especially his larger than life murals) pays tribute to the workers of the soil - farmers and laborers. Aiming to make his art easily viewable by the average Mexican masses, Rivera is credited with reintroducing and teaching Mexicans about their culture with the fresco, a mural painted on fresh plaster.
This is one of Diego's paintings depicting one of his favorite subjects: yellow lilies. A girl getting ready to sell flowers is gathering her product ready for the day.