Diego Rivera's famous mural: "Gloriosa Victoria", depicting the Dulles brothers, the American ambassador Peurifoy, and Eisenhower's face on a bomb greeting Castillo Armas. The archbishop of Guatemala blesses their unholy coup while the men stand over the corpses of Guatemalans.

Diego Rivera’s famous mural: “Gloriosa Victoria”, depicting the Dulles brothers, the American ambassador Peurifoy, and Eisenhower’s face on a bomb greeting Castillo Armas. The archbishop of Guatemala blesses their unholy coup while the men stand over the corpses of Guatemalans.

2 Responses to Diego Rivera

  1. what a beauty in art and concept.. i hope we do not choose to be blind and empty.. gracias.. let us keep awake and alive, and remember.. and share the remembrance.. gracias alex for your support.. love..marta– el salvador

  2. Samuel Barreto says:

    Here is a nice lecture by Stephen Kinzer at Google, that explains the significance of this painting and the context in which it was painted.

    The lecture also helps understand current world events in the light of U. S. foreign policy of the 50’s

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