Joan Miró in his studio by Jean-Marie del Moral, 1978

Joan Miró in his studio by Jean-Marie del Moral, 1978

"The Two Fridas" by Frida Kahlo (1939) This painting was done when she divorced Rivera after returning home from an exhibit of her work in Paris, and depicts the split between her two selves--"The Two Fridas." The woman on the left represents European Frida, while the woman on the right represents Mexican Frida, in traditional tehuana dress. Frida's work is a chronicle of her life. Her paintings are full of honesty and emotion.

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"The Two Fridas" by Frida Kahlo (1939) This painting was done when she divorced Rivera after returning home from an exhibit of her work in Paris, and depicts the split between her two selves--"The Two Fridas." The woman on the left represents European Frida, while the woman on the right represents Mexican Frida, in traditional tehuana dress. Frida's work is a chronicle of her life. Her paintings are full of honesty and emotion.

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