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'Frida Kahlo at Home' a fine entry-level introduction to the artist

Frida Kahlo at Home explores the influence of Mexican culture and tradition, La Casa Azul and other places Frida Kahlo called home, on her life and work.

This fascinating look into the world of the artist Frida Kahlo introduces children to the themes that infused Kahlo's vibrant paintings, while demonstrating how her life influenced her art. Parrots, t

Frida Kahlo: The Artist in the Blue House (Paperback)

"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best." / Frida Kahlo

In the Studio: Mixed Media of Fearless Frida Kahlo

"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best." / Frida Kahlo

Essential reading before heading along to the Art Gallery of NSW's latest exhibition, based on the artists' and lovers' life and work.

With the art world in the midst of Frida fever, we look back at some of the most iconic photographs of the artist through the years.

Magdalena Carmen "Frida Kahlo" Calderón

Frida Kahlo I found this image in a postcard that I bought in a place called “Old Town” in San Diego, California. Is a colonial mexican place where basically they sell typical mexican food and.

"Frida Kahlo at Home stretches beyond the usual depictions and analyses of Kahlo’s work (although it provides those too) and sets a vivid scene for her life in Mexico, and her place within Mexican culture, from the 1920s onwards."

"Frida Kahlo at Home stretches beyond the usual depictions and analyses of Kahlo’s work (although it provides those too) and sets a vivid scene for her life in Mexico, and her place within Mexican culture, from the onwards.

Frida Kahlo

Fritz Henle Frida Kahlo at the church in Coyoacan, Mexico,

Artist Frida Kahlo poses for a portrait at the home and studio she shares with her husband Diego Rivera, designed by architect Juan O'Gorman circa 1940 in the Colonia San Angel neighborhood of Mexico City, Mexico.

Frida Kahlo’s deeply introspective self-portraits put her into a class of her own. Here, we explore the symbolism behind four works of art.

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