Mexican Art at the Meadows

Recently I returned to the Meadows Museum to view the latest exhibition on modern Mexican art. The collection being exhibited was from the Andrés Blaisten Collection, dated from the early 1900s to the 1950s. Following is just a small sampling from the exhibit:
Diego Rivera, Doctora mexicana (Retrato de Irma Mendoza), 1950, oil on canvas, 70.7 x 54 cm
–portrait of a real life surgeon (note the enlarged hands) by Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera, El puente de San Martín, 1913, Oil on canvas, 91 x 111 cm
–from the artist’s Cubist period

Rufino Tamayo, Naturaleza muerta con alcatraces, 1924, oil on canvas, 39.1 x 40 cm
–a flat still life piece
Agustín LazoEl Carnicerito, 1926, 64×47 cm

Emilio Baz ViaudAutorretrato con camisa azul, 1941,
watercolor and dry brush on pasteboard, 100 x 65.5 cm
–my favorite from the exhibition (click to enlarge and then enlarge more)