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Frida Kahlo"I tried to drown my sorrows, but the bastards learned how to swim, and now I am overwhelmed by this decent and good feeling."—Frida Kahlo

Gisèle Freund, Frida Kahlo et ses chiens, Mexico City, 1948

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Paris Review – Frida’s Corsets, Leslie Jamison "Frida Kahlo wore plaster corsets for most of her life because her spine was too weak to support itself. She painted them, naturally, covering them with pasted scraps of fabric and drawings of tigers, monkeys, plumed birds, a blood-red hammer and sickle, and streetcars like the one whose handrail rammed through her body when she was eighteen years old."

Jackson Pollock, an influential member of the abstract expressionist movement, was known best for his unique "drip painting," although he experimented with other styles throughout his career. He was lifelong alcoholic who died at age 44 in a drunk driving accident. In 1949, Life magazine asked in a four page spread, "Is [Pollock] the greatest living painter in the United States?"