Frida Kahlo Art Blue House Mexico gift for traveller - 8x10 fine art print of an original watercolor sketch

Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul (Blue House). Mexico City. Gorgeous, vivid blue house. Tropical vegetation. This home totally captures Frida Kahlo's personality! #mexico #travel #fridakahlo

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In Liberation of the Peon (1931), Rivera developed a harrowing narrative of corporal punishment. A laborer, beaten and left to die, is cut down from a post by sympathetic revolutionary soldiers, who tend to his broken body. Peonage—a system of indentured servitude established by Spanish colonizers, under which natives were forced to work the land—persisted in Mexico into the 20th century.

Frida Kahlo Painting in the Blue House - TheCasa Azul ("Blue House") in Coyoacán, Mexico City was the family home where Frida Kahlo grew up and to which she returned in her final years. Frida's father, Guillermo Kahlo, built the house in 1907 as the Kahlo family home. Leon Trotsky stayed at this house when he first arrived in Mexico in 1937.

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