I don’t know if there’s scientific proof of a “talent gene,” but throughout history several members of the same family have made their mark on the art world. Case in point: famous composer Johann Sebastian Bach’s father, uncles and brother were all talented, professional musicians in their own right; and you can trace the Barrymore clan’s—including Lionel, Ethel, John and Drew—acting dynasty back more than 100 years. Now, it’s Mexican painter and muralist Diego Rivera’s grandson’s turn to test this theory. Painter Pedro Diego Alvarado-Rivera’s work is currently on view at Ruiz-Healy Art on the Upper East Side. On display thru June 30, the exhibition, Refined Abundance II, features pictorial landscapes and vibrant still life paintings, which depict the abundance of the Mexican natural world—somewhat reminiscent, if only in rich color schemes and bold lines, to his famous forefather. To make an appointment to view Rivera’s work, call 212.510.7873.