We made our way through the animal exhibits, which is wonderful, but what really caught my eye was the Diego Rivera Lithograph Boy and Dog it was done in 1932, Rivera Native American style resonates with me. The shading and shadow blend seamlessly Boy and Dog is playful and joyful which harkens back to a simpler time. In addition to the Rivera’s Lithograph is the Rivera Court the Fresco is amazing and captivating I didn’t want to leave and spent most of my time. The Fresco was a “tribute to cities manufacturing base and labor force of the 1930’s; Rivera completed the twenty seven panel work in eleven months.”It is considere...
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... vow to myself that this would not be the last time I visit. I can see why the DIA was listed in the top five Museum’s in the country, this city is extremely fortunate to have such an impressive display, this is truly a bright and shining gem of Detroit. We as metro Detroiters can be extremely proud of what we have here. I don’t thing there is any place in this area that contains so much beauty and culture. In my brief stint there I learned a lifetime of lesson and I will try to pass it on to my children and future grandchildren.
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