El Sacrificio y el Auto Sacrificio Humano ante el Dios Tohil (Human Sacrifice and Self- Sacrifice before the God Tohil)
Diego Rivera, 1931 Watercolor on paper “REPRODUCCIÓN AUTORIZADA POR EL INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE BELLAS ARTES Y LITERATURA 2015”
D.R. © 2015 Banco De México, Fiduciario en el Fideicomiso relativo a los Museos Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo. Av. 5 de Mayo No. 2, Col. Centro, Del. Cuauhtémoc 06059, México, D.F.
The sacred text Popol Vuh is a tale of the origins, traditions and history of the Quiché-Maya people. In 1931, the renowned Mexican muralist Diego Rivera produced a series of watercolors to illustrate this sacred book.
Popol Vuh: Watercolors of Diego Rivera is the first United States presentation of these 17 compelling watercolors from the collection of the Museo Casa Diego Rivera in Guanajuato, Mexico. These watercolors not only breathe life into the powerful creation story of an ancient civilization, but also provide insight into Rivera's passionate and creative vision of the pre-Hispanic world.