Frida kahlo artwork

This painting, The Two Fridas, by Frida Kahlo was created during the time of Frida's divorce to Diego Riviera. It shows her deep hurt at losing her husband. The Frida on the left of the painting represents the Frida who was rejected by Rivera. Her blouse is ripped open to expose her bleeding heart. The Frida to the right is tha one that Rivera still loves, and this Frida has a heart that is still whole. She holds his portrait in her hands. The painting is now on display at the Museo Frida…

Frida Kahlo Paintings, Art Gallery & Video

The Two Fridas (Las dos Fridas) by Frida Kahlo, This painting, and many of Frida’s self portraits express the duality she felt at having European and Mexican heritage. Oil on canvas, 67 x 67

“I hope the exit is joyful and i hope never to return.”  ― Frida Kahlo  Frida Kahlo by ~ Natmir on deviantART

Love the colors in this painting of Frida Kahlo by Natmir on deviantART

Frida Kahlo artwork I kinda like this

Frida Kahlo artwork I like this and it would look great in my house.

Frida Kahlo might be the most famous selfie maker of all time, and she definitely mastered the form. Every selfie produced since owes a debt to Frida.

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Autorretrato con Collar de Espinas (Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird) 1940 by Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. Oil on canvas. Housed at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin, in Austin, TX.

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Painting of Frida Kahlo - Artist Joanna Sierko Filipowska

This Frida Kahlo graffiti is crazy! Love her hipster style! Location:la calle Dorrego 1735 es Bs As ,Capital federal. Author??

Street art interpretation of a modern Frida Kahlo in Buenos Aires (in Palermo neighorhood)

Frida Kahlo. Without Hope. 1945. Oil on canvas mounted on Masonite

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Girl with Death Mask (She Plays Alone) by Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo , Girl With Death Mask (Niña con Mascara de Muerte), 1938 ~ One of my favorite paintings of hers

Tree of Hope, Keep Firm, 1946 by Frida Kahlo - When Frida returned to Mexico, she was first bedridden and then enclosed in a steel corset for eight months. Instead of improving, her health grew worse. She had shooting pains in her spine, she lost weight, and she became anemic. Nevertheless, she painted, and in a letter to a friend she called her next self-portrait, Tree of Hope, 1946, "nothing but the result of the damned operation!"

Tree of Hope, Remain Strong / Arbol de la Esperanza, Mantente Firme by Frida Kahlo - Collection of Daniel Filipacchi (Paris, France)

What the Water Gave Me (1938) by Frida Kahlo.    I always think of Frida when I take baths and look down at my feet.

Frida Kahlo Paintings, Art Gallery & Video

What the Water Gave Me, 1938 (Oil on canvas, 38 x 30 in Isadore Ducasse Fine Arts, New York) Frida Kahlo de Rivera (July 1907 – July