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    Frida Kahlo - plus falcon

  • Sandra Ganapol Salim

    https://flic.kr/p/92MqEv | Frida Kahlo with pet hawk | 1939, Probably Mexico City, Mexico --- Artist Frida Kahlo, in a Tehuna costume, with her pet hawk, 1939. --- Image by © Condé Nast Archive/CORBIS

  • Marcus Stenberg

    Frida Kahlo self portrait 1939

  • Golden Potion

    Frida Kahlo: walls colors textures

  • Angelina Gomez

    Frida Khalo with her pet hawk, badass.

  • MOLAA

    Frida Kahlo and her pet hawk #modernart #fridakahlo #photography #molaa #fridakahloherphotos

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This gorgeous print pays homage to the inimitable Frida Kahlo. #etsy #art

FRIDA Khalo, 7/6/07 – 7/13/54, a Mexican painter, best known for her self-portraits. Of her 143 paintings, 55 are self-portraits. She insisted, "I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality." She had a tumultuous marriage to painter Diego Rivera. They were both outspoken politically. She died soon after turning 47. A few days before her death she wrote in her diary: "I hope the exit is joyful, and I hope never to return, Frida.

Freida Kahlo... If my art is ever a shade of how raw and passionate her work was, I'll consider it a success...