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Women in Art History — Frida Kahlo

Women in Art History — Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo in her last public act, July 2nd, 1954, demonstrating against the CIA organized military coup that overthrew the elected government of Guatemala. A year prior Kahlo’s right leg had been amputated below the knee. Against her doctor’s advice, she went to the protest in a wheel chair while convalescing from pneumonia. She holds a placard with a dove, Por la Paz. Diego Rivera is behind her with his hand on her shoulder. Fewer than two weeks after the protest, Frida Kahlo died.

Photo of Kahlo at a solidarity demonstration for Guatemala

Y si eres una persona muy fijona y te gusta el arte urbano en los muros, busca a Frida Kahlo sentada con la muerte en alguna calle cerca del Santuario Nuestra Señora de la Soledad. viaje — Robotania

Y si eres una persona muy fijona y te gusta el arte urbano en los muros, busca a Frida Kahlo sentada con la muerte en alguna calle cerca del Santuario Nuestra Señora de la Soledad. viaje — Robotania

Casa L: Frida Kahlo. El Calendario Cultural de Bautista. 3...

Today we honor Frida Kahlo on what would be her birthday, which is probably far older than she'd ever have wanted to be. What's sad about Frida is the way in which we sometimes talk about her and her legacy. Too often, she's glamorized as a sor

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Last year, I struggled with a costume idea. At the last minute, I came up with the idea of dressing up as Frida Kahlo because I did not want a sexy costum

Frida had several different types of animals as pets that included monkeys, cats, and even a deer!  Idea to make a black cat like this one @ http://www.auntannie.com/Puppets/Mitt/Fabric/

Frida Kahlo + black cat a cute cat¡¡ for my album and frida kahlo igual a mexico.

My favorite painting by Frida Kahlo

My favorite painting by Frida Kahlo

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