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Mexico has had a tradition of painting murals, starting with historia muralismo mexicano Olmec civilization in the pre Hispanic period and into the colonial period, with murals mostly painted to evangelize and reinforce Christian doctrine. The first Mexican mural painter to use philosophical themes in his work was Juan Cordero in the mid 19th century.

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Although he did mostly work with religious themes such as the cupola of the Historia muralismo mexicano Teresa Church and other churches, he painted a secular mural at the request of Gabino Barreda at the Escuela Nacional Preparatoria since disappeared. This government was the first to push for the cultural development of the country, supporting the Academy of San Carlos and sending promising artists abroad to historia muralismo mexicano.

However, this effort left out indigenous culture and people, with the aim of making Mexico like Europe.

Atlis considered to be the historia muralismo mexicano modern Mexican muralists with the idea that Mexican art should reflect Mexican life. Atl and other early muralists pressured the Diaz government to allow them to paint on building walls to escape this formalism.

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Governments changed frequently with a number of assassinations, including that of Francisco I. Madero who initiated the struggle.


At the time, most of the Mexican population was illiterate and the government needed a way to promote the ideals of the Mexican Revolution. His time as secretary was short but it set how muralism historia muralismo mexicano develop.

His image was painted on a tempera mural in by Roberto Montenegrobut this was short lived. This was behind their historia muralismo mexicano of these commissions as well as their creation of the Syndicate of Historia muralismo mexicano Workers, Painters, and Sculptors.

The first government sponsored mural project was on the three levels of interior walls of the old Jesuit institution Colegio San Ildefonsoat that time used for the Escuela Nacional Preparatoria. The great societal upheaval made the concept possible as well as a lack of relatively wealthy middle class to support the arts.

One other point of agreement was that artists should have complete freedom of expression.

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This would lead to another element added to the murals over their development. However, hard liners see the movement as complicit in the corrupt government's power consolidation under the guise of a socialist regime.

He historia muralismo mexicano as the end of the historia muralismo mexicano period in Mexico as well as the renaissance era of the muralist movement.

The Mexican government began to distance itself from mural projects and mural production became relatively privatized.

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This privatization was a result of patronage from the growing national bourgeoisie. Murals were increasingly contracted for theaters, banks, and historia muralismo mexicano. The term is not well-defined as it does not distinguish among some important stylistic and historia muralismo mexicano difference, there is no firm agreement which artists belong to it nor if muralism should be considered part of it or separate.


However, it does involve a number of important characteristics. Most were concerned with the history and identity of Mexico and politically active.

Most art from this school was not created for direct sale but rather for diffusion in both Mexico and abroad. A large quantity of murals were produced in most of the country from the s togenerally with themes related to politics and nationalism focused often on the Mexican Revolutionmestizo identity and Mesoamerican historia muralismo mexicano history.

The goal was more to glorify it historia muralismo mexicano its results as a means to legitimatize the post Revolution government.