Siqueiros
biographical name David Alfaro 1896-1974 Mexican painter

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  • Siqueiros —   [si kɛirɔs], José David Alfaro, mexikanischer Maler und Grafiker, Alfaro Siqueiros, José David …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Siqueiros — (David Alfaro) (1896 1974) peintre mexicain; un des dirigeants du parti communiste. Ses peintures murales, expressionnistes, renouent avec l art précolombien …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Siqueiros — [sē ke′rō̂s] (José) David Alfaro [dä vēd′ äl fä′rō̂] 1896 1974; Mex. painter, esp. of murals …   English World dictionary

  • Siqueiros — David Alfaro Siqueiros (* 29. Dezember 1896 in Chihuahua; † 6. Januar 1974 in Mexiko Stadt) war ein mexikanischer Maler und Grafiker. Leben Siqueiros begann zunächst 1912/1913 seine künstlerische Ausbildung an der Academia de San Carlos in Mexiko …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Siqueiros — noun Mexican painter of murals depicting protest and revolution (1896 1974) • Syn: ↑David Siqueiros, ↑David Alfaro Siqueiros • Instance Hypernyms: ↑painter * * * /see kay rddaws/, n. David Alfaro /dah veedh ahl fah rddaw/, 1896 1974, Mexican… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Siqueiros — /see kay rddaws/, n. David Alfaro /dah veedh ahl fah rddaw/, 1896 1974, Mexican painter. * * * …   Universalium

  • Siqueiros — Si•quei•ros [[t]siˈkɛər oʊs[/t]] n. big David Alfaro, 1896–1974, Mexican painter …   From formal English to slang

  • Siqueiros — /siˈkjeɪroʊs/ (say see kyayrohs) noun David Alfaro /ˌdeɪvəd alˈfaroʊ/ (say .dayvuhd ahl fahroh), 1896–1974, Mexican mural painter …   Australian English dictionary

  • SIQUEIROS (D. A.) — SIQUEIROS DAVID ALFARO (1896 1974) Peintre mexicain, David Alfaro Siqueiros a toujours mené de front la pratique picturale et la pratique politique. Déjà, en 1914, il participa à la fameuse grève «politico pédagogique» déclenchée par les… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Siqueiros, David Alfaro — born Dec. 29, 1896, Chihuahua, Mex. died Jan. 6, 1974, Cuernavaca Mexican painter. A Marxist activist from his youth, he fought in the Mexican Revolution alongside Venustiano Carranza, who rewarded him by sponsoring his studies in Europe. Back in …   Universalium

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