Siqueiros: His Life and Works by Philip Stein

By Philip Stein

Siqueiros: His existence and Works – книга о жизни, деятельности и творчестве выдающегося мексиканского художника, деятеля международного коммунистического движения, участника гражданской войны в Испании Давида Альфаро Сикейроса. within the years after the dying of Siqueiros in 1974, even with his unquestioned creative achievements, little observe have been taken of him by way of writers within the box of paintings. except for Mario de Micheli, the articles of Raquel Tibol and a few short monographs through Mexican and American writers, Siqueiross value and position in twentieth century paintings has been mostly neglected. |

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This Act required the use of special stamps for various papers in the American colonies, including all legal papers. As in the case of the Revenue Act, the colonists argued that Parliament could not impose an internal tax upon them. 12 Among the unusual “proceedings” in America was the Stamp Act Congress, which convened in New York City in early October 1765. This was the first gathering of delegates from various colonies since the far less controversial Albany Congress of 1754. The final resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress, sent to Parliament but not publicized for a while in America, respectfully but firmly argued that taxes could not be imposed without the consent of the colonies.

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