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Frida Khalo - Tree of Hope Remain Strong, 1946 "Painting completed my life"
Arbol de la Esperanza (Tree of Hope), 1946, in “Unbound: Contemporary Art after Frida Kahlo” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. PHOTO: NATHAN KEAY/©MCA CHICAGO. ART: ©2014 BANCO DE MÉXICO DIEGO RIVERA FRIDA KAHLO MUSEUMS TRUST, MEXICO, D.F./ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK/PRIVATE COLLECTION, CHICAGO
"Árbol de la Esperanza, Mantente Firme" / " Tree of Hope, remain strong" Frida Kalho 1946
"Árbol de la esperanza mantente firme," (Tree of Hope, Remain Strong), 1946. Oil on masonite. #fridakahlo "For her entire adult life, artist Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) suffered unbearable pain from her spine and foot. She endured over 30 surgeries to correct the problem (in both Mexico and the U.S), was subjected to batteries of tests, X-rays, and spinal taps, given blood transfusions, physical therapy, and strong medicine. Despite extreme measures, her health continued to deteriorate."
Frida Kahlo, lucienne bloch portrait
frida frida frida. by Clare Owen Illustration, via Flickr
Frida Kahlo, this is for an article I wrote on science about Bernard de Montreal, a real conscious being that brought the tools for real freedom and understanding of life, www.scientistsdb....
Frida Kahlo rockin the eyebrows. It is so awesome how someone who is so different from the stereotypical beauty could be so beautiful.
frida kahlo, monfa
Retablo con luna 4, via Flickr.
Retablo con luna 4, Armando Moncada
Frida Kahlo. I love her. She's so true to herself!
Frida Kahlo Portrait Domino Digital Collage Sheet 1x2 by magicpug
Frida at work
nickdrake: frida kahlo. Frida Khalo