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Art and the Mexican Revolution
Art and the Mexican Revolution

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The ruling class in capitalist societies that owns the means of production through which it exploits its working class.
The art or technique of painting on a moist plaster surface with colours ground in either water or a limewater mixture.
A monochromatic painting in shades of grey.
The analysis of subject matter and meaning in the visual arts.
The system of economic and political thought developed by Karl Marx in the nineteenth century that posits class struggle as the motor of human history.
A type of painting or sculpture produced from the late-nineteenth century onwards that emphasises the formal components of the work of art over and above what is actually represented in terms of subject matter.
A large picture painted or affixed directly on to a wall or ceiling.
The assertion of the interests of one nation over and above the interests of others or the common interests of all nations.
The advocacy of a political alliance or union of all the countries of North, Central and South America.
A style of painting and sculpture pioneed in the mid-nineteenth century France in which figures and scenes are depicted as they might be experienced in everyday life.