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    Frida kahlo, by Mireia, Alba, Brenda and Maria Frida kahlo, by Mireia, Alba, Brenda and Maria Presentation Transcript

    • FRIDA KAHLO
    • Thelife of the Frida Kahlo
      -Frida was the third daughter of Guillermo Kahlo, with his second wife, MatildeCalderón Mexican.
      • He was born on July 6, 1907 in Coyoacan, Mexico City.Died July 13, 1954 (47 years).Nationality: MexicanEducation: self taught
    • Frida Kahlo, painted
      Frida Kahlo was one of the most important painters of his time “Mexico”.
      In most of his paintings portrayed herself.
    • Personal life, marriage
       When I came to call marriage a union between an elephant and a dove, because Diego was huge and fat as she was small and thin.
    • Personal life, marriage
      Frida, due to his injuries, he could never have children, which took many years to accept.
      Despite Diego's adventures with other women (which came to include the sister of the painter), Frida helped in many ways.
    • Recentsyears
      In the spring of 1953, the Gallery of Modern Art in this city he organized for the first time, a major exhibition.
      Thebluehouse, Museo Frida Kahlo.
    • Recentsyears
      - That same year he had to
      amputate the leg below the knee
      due to a gangrene infection.
      This threw her into a deep depression that led her to attempt suicide on two occasions.
    • Hisdeath
      Coyoacán died in the July 13, 1954.
      It was evening at the Palacio de BellasArtes in Mexico City and his coffin was
      draped with the flag of the
      Mexican Communist Party,
      a fact that was widely criticized
      by the national press.
    • Hisdeath
      His body was cremated and his ashes home to the Blue House in Coyoacan, the place where she was born.
      The last words in his diary were:
      "I hope the exit is joyful and
      hope never to return. "
      Four years after his death, the
      Blue House became the
      MuseoFrida Kahlo.
    • THANKS FOR
      YOU ATTENTION
      By: Mireia Gonzalez,
      Anna Sanchez, Alba
      Martinez, Brenda Macarena
      and Maria Gallego