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      Frida Kahlo, 1930. Photograph by Edward Weston. To know that two my favorite Artists worked together and existed at the same time is quite a feeling.

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      Frida Kahlo, 1930. Photograph by Edward Weston. | portrait | black white | composure | emotion | stare | amazing chunky jewellery | fashion icon | iconic artist | troubled life

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      Frida Kahlo, 1930. Photograph by Edward Weston. Frida Kahlo was a Mexican painter, born in Coyoacán. She had a volatile marriage with the famous Mexican artist Diego Rivera. She suffered lifelong health problems, many of which derived from a traffic accident she experienced as a teenager. These issues are represented in her works, many of which are self-portraits. Kahlo suggested, "I paint myself because I am so often alone & because I am the subject I know best."

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      Frida Kahlo, Mexican Surrealist artist & husband to (older famed muralist/political activist,) Diego Rivera. She eschewed the Americanization of the times & retained her long bright peasant tunics, shawls & skirts, braided halos, Indian jewellery & her heavy natural uni-brow, even when visiting the US w/Diego whose work had been gov't commissioned, but later rejected & destroyed as blatantly Anti-American! They were each known as philanderous adulterers; Frida, w/members of both sexes.

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