ANAHUACALLI: MUSEO DIEGO RIVERA. Artes de México, No. 64/65, Año XII, 1965
Place Published: México
Publisher: Artes de México
Date Published: 1965
Book Id: 6866
b/w and color plates, advts., color pict. wrps.
History and overview of the Anahuacalli Museum "Casa de Anáhuac", a magnificent stone building made entirely of carved stone, was designed and constructed by the great Mexican painter Diego Rivera to house some two thousand of the finest pieces of his seven-thousand-piece archaeological collection. Shortly before he died in 1957, the artist donated to the nation both the museum and its priceless collection. ENGLISH, SPANISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN TEXT.