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  • Hola, i love Frida Kahlo and was lucky to have watched most of her works, here you have made a wonderful presentation with a well chosen ( cronolically) way of show them.

    My prefered are from far the selfportraits!

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  • It appears she needed somebody to confide with and you can not miss from any of the pictures, 1950 a good work, but as usual a complaint from me - promote youngsters along with this. Those need not struggles like older generation. Please.
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  • 1. Frida Kahlo 1907 - 1954 Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907 in Coyoacan, a suburb of Mexico City. At the age of 6, Frida contracted polio, which left her right foot crippled. Very sensitive about this deformity, and this would lead her to wear, at first, trousers and, later, long exotic skirts that would become one of her trademarks. In September of 1926. Returning home from school, she was caught in a terrible accident on the bus that she was riding. She suffered severe injuries and was confined to bed for many months. It was during this period that she took up the paintbrush, to distract herself from the pain and boredom of her condition. Her parents provided her with a mirror, so that she could serve as her own model, and this was how Kahlo began painting the self-portraits that would dominate her repertoire. In 1928 she got to know Diego Rivera, an established and esteemed painter, twenty one years her elder. One year later, they got married. For political reasons, Diego and Frida moved to the United States in 1930, where Frida got pregnant twice, in 1930 and 32. But the injuries she had suffered in the bus accidente in 1926, made it impossible for her to give birth. All these feelings of pain at this misfortune were expressed through her paintings.
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  • 3. Self-Portrait in a Velvet Dress 1926
  • 4. Self-Portrait 1929
  • 5. TheBus 1929
  • 6. Self-Portrait 1930
  • 7. FridaDiego 1931
  • 8. Luther Burbank 1931
  • 9. My Birth 1932
  • 10. Frida at Harry Ford Hospital 1932
  • 11. On the Border Line Between Mexico and the USA 1932
  • 12. My Dress Hangs There 1933
  • 13. Frida – Family Tree 1936
  • 14. Dedicated to Leon Trotsky 1937
  • 15. Memory 1937
  • 16. Fulang Chang and I 1937
  • 17. The Deceased Dimas 1937
  • 18. Girl With Death Mask 1937
  • 19. My Nurse And I 1937
  • 20. What The Water Gave Me 1938
  • 21. Two Nudes in the Forest 1939
  • 22. The Two Fridas 1939
  • 23. Self Portrait Cropped Hair 1940
  • 24. The Dream 1940
  • 25. Self-Portrait 1940
  • 26. Self-Portrait with Braid 1941
  • 27. Self-Portrait 1942
  • 28. TheBrokenColumn 1944
  • 29. FridaDiego 1944
  • 30. Moses 1945
  • 31. Without Hope 1945
  • 32. The Wounded Deer 1946
  • 33. Tree of Hope 1946
  • 34. Self-Portrait 1947
  • 35. Frida Kahlo & Diego at Alameda Park.1948
  • 36. Diego & I 1949
  • 37. The Love Embrace of the Universe, the Earth, Me, Diego & Mr Xolotl.1949
  • 38. Roots
  • 39. Self-Portrait with the Portrait of Dr Farill 1951
  • 40. Frida and Stalin 1954 CM