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Flores del Fango: Nickolas Muray y Frida Kahlo

Flores del Fango: Nickolas Muray y Frida Kahlo

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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

Risultati immagini per animali nell'arte rinascimentale

Risultati immagini per animali nell'arte rinascimentale

Nacido en Hungría en 1892, Nickolas Muray emigró a los Estados Unidos en 1913, estableciéndose en Nueva Yo...

Nacido en Hungría en 1892, Nickolas Muray emigró a los Estados Unidos en 1913, estableciéndose en Nueva Yo...

1930 San Francisco Frida Kahlo with sister Cristina Kahlo and Cristina Casati

1930 San Francisco Frida Kahlo with sister Cristina Kahlo and Cristina Casati…

The Two Fridas - Frida Kahlo - WikiPaintings.org

Credit: © 2011 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D. Kahlo, Self Portrait as Tehuana or Diego in My Thoughts, 1943

50 antiguas fotografías de Frida Kahlo

50 antiguas fotografías de Frida Kahlo

You know how girls say theyd be best friends with Jennifer Lawrence if they ever got to meet her? I feel the same way about Frida Kahlo. Yeah, Id have to learn Spanish, but after that I get this delusional sensation that we would have been besties 4 eva... Shes too cool for me but its a lovely fantasy:) best way to #learning #spanish here: http://espanishlessons.ninja #beginnersspanish #spanishlessons

Artist: Frida Kahlo Title: "Self Portrait Dedicated to Dr. Eloesser" Medium: oil on masonite Size: x 40 cm Ownership: Private Collection Comments: Kahlo wearing her pain as a necklace of thorns. I like that she looks so strong in this portrait.

Frida en familia

These rare Frida Kahlo photos show the iconic figure as a young woman. The pictures of Frida Kahlo in the precede her famous self-portraits.

Marxism will give health to the sick - by Frida Kahlo Frida Kahlo was trying to "serve the Party" and "benefit the Revolution" by introducing a political view into her work during the last few years of her life. This painting is one of those Frida embraces the Utopian belief that she, and all the other people in this world, can be freed from pain and suffering and saved by the political convictions.

Marxism Will Give Health to the Sick Artiste : Frida Kahlo Création : 1954

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