John Atkinson Dunbar, a New York real estate mogul and good friend of Diego Rivera, is seated on an equipal, a traditional Mexican chair. He is portrayed with sculpture in the style of West Mexican ceramics, pointing to Rivera's interest in the ancient traditions of Mexico. Ilona Katzew, 2008More...
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