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In 1940, during his last trip to the United States, where did Diego Rivera paint?
A) New York City
B) San Francisco
C) Washington DC
D) San Antonio
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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I found this website:
In the 5th paragraph it says: "During the 1930s, Diego Rivera did not have any work in progress working on murals, so he dedicated his time to creating personal pieces and paintings. In the 1940s, he returned to doing work on murals, for the Golden Gate Exposition which was held in San Francisco."
While it does not specifically say that this was his last trip to the United States, I believe this paragraph holds the correct answer.