Frida kahlo portraits

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Collection of Dolores Olmedo, Mexico City, Mexico The Broken Column (1944) This self-portrait is in sharp contrast to Frida's other self-portraits in that she is all alone... no monkeys, no cats, no parrots, and no background of protective leaves and plants. Instead, Frida stands all alone crying on a vast bare plain beneath a stormy sky. Perhaps it's her way of saying that she must deal with her physical and emotional pain on her own. In 1944 when Frida painted this self-portrait, her…

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Part of the "Frida in Dialogue" Lecture Series offered in conjunction with the ongoing exhibition, Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular at the Museum of Fine Arts. Rick Lopez, Professor of History, Amherst College "Nationalism, Folk Aesthetics, and Radical Politics in the Art and Self-Presentation of Fri

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