Throckmorton Fine Art presents a special show of Mexican murals and photographs dating to the Mexican Revolution, from 1910-1920. In a revolt against dictator Porfirio Diaz, the demand for agrarian reform signaled a new age in Mexican society. As Civil War raged in Mexico from 1910-1920, the people of Mexico expressed their belief that the land should be in the hands of the laborers who worked the land. The Mexican people also cried out for universal public education and health care, as well as broader civil liberties. At the end of the Revolution, the government commissioned artists to create art...
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