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Doctor Juan Farill and Frida in her Casa Azul studio, 1951, by Gisele Freund. In another remarkable photograph of art and artist, Kahlo poses in a wheelchair, with palette and brushes, with the doctor who performed her seven spinal operations the year before. In the painting next to them, she uses a heart as a palette, her blood as paint. And the doctor exhibits the same gloomy scowl in both images. It was her last signed self-portrait. She died in 1954, age 47. The life that could have…

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10 Nonconformists On How They Changed The World

Frida Kahlo, a painter who defies classification. / 10 Nonconformists On How They Changed The World (via BuzzFeed)

The Girl Who Went for a Ride In A Balloon: 1926 Life Magazine

Frida Kahlo 1923 by Guillermo Kahlo