Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
© 2014 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
"Flower Day, 1925" is a significant painting for several reasons, one of which is that it was Diego Rivera's first major painting to be included in a public collection in the United States. It was acquired by the Los Angeles Museum of History, Science, and Art (which would later become LACMA) after winning first prize in the First Pan-American Exhibition of Oil Paintings in 1925.
This exhibition was a landmark event for American art, showcasing works from across North, Central, and South America. Rivera's "Flower Day" was a standout piece, capturing the vibrant energy and spirit of Mexican culture. Its inclusion in the exhibition and subsequent acquisition by LACMA helped to introduce Rivera's work to American audiences and establish him as a major figure in the art world. Today, "Flower Day" remains a beloved and iconic work of art, admired for its beauty, vitality, and celebration of Mexican culture.
Our archival pigment print is crafted using wide-gamut archival pigment inks on 100% cotton acid-free fine art paper, and is then expertly framed with an elegant black stained ash-wood moulding. Each reproduction comes ready to hang, complete with a certificate of authenticity.
All frames feature:
• Cast acrylic to protect our prints from light damage. A high-quality material, it offers many benefits: including 91% optical clarity and 90% UV protection. As it is shatter-resistant, it is much safer than glass in your home or workplace.
• Sealed paper backing to prevent dust infiltration
• Wire on the back of the frame for effortless hanging
• A supplied hanging kit for your convenience