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Frida Kahlo: Self-portrait; memory aka the heart, 1937

Frida Kahlo: Self-portrait; memory aka the heart, 1937


Frida Kahlo: Self-portrait; memory aka the heart,

The Two Fridas, c.1939


Frida and Diego Rivera Art Print by Frida Kahlo


Frida and Diego with Gas Mask


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Frida Kahlo - Self-Portrait - Tree of hope, stand

1946 Frida painted this self-portrait for her patron, the engineer Eduardo Morillo Safa, after a botched operation in New York. She wrote to him about the painting and about the scars "...which those surgeon sons of bitches landed me with". In the message "Tree of hope, remain strong", which is written on her flag, she seems to be giving herself courage. The phrase is taken from one of her favorite songs, "Cielito Lindo".


Frida Kahlo Family Tree by Natasha Sazonova


Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird,


Love letter from Frida Kahlo to Diego Rivera | My

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'I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best' - Frida Kahlo.


Portrait As Tehuana 1943


Frida Kahlo: Self-portrait; memory aka the heart, 1937