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  1. Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo by Hayden Herrera, 2002-10-01
  2. The Diary of Frida Kahlo: An Intimate Self-Portrait by Carlos Fuentes, 2005-08-09
  3. Frida Kahlo: The Paintings by Hayden Herrera, 1993-10-13
  4. Frida Kahlo 1907-1954: Pain and Passion by Andrea Kettenmann, 1999-08-01
  5. Frida Kahlo: Face to Face by Judy Chicago, Frances Borzello, 2010-09-01
  6. Frida Kahlo by Hayden Herrera, Elizabeth Carpenter, et all 2007-10-01
  7. Frida Kahlo: The Artist who Painted Herself (Smart About Art) by Margaret Frith, 2003-08-11
  8. Frida's Fiestas: Recipes and Reminiscences of Life with Frida Kahlo by Marie-Pierre Colle, Guadalupe Rivera, 1994-09-20
  9. Finding Frida Kahlo by Barbara Levine, Stephen Jaycox, 2009-09-02
  10. Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: Their Lives and Ideas, 24 Activities (For Kids series) by Carol Sabbeth, 2005-08-01
  11. Frida Kahlo by Luis-Martin Lozano, 2001-10-08
  12. I Will Never Forget You: Frida Kahlo and Nickolas Muray by Salomon Grimberg, 2006-10-26
  13. Frida Kahlo Retrospective by Helga Prignitz-Poda, Ingried Brugger, et all 2010-04-01
  14. Frida's Bed by Slavenka Drakulic, 2008-08-26

1. Frida Kahlo Online
Frida Kahlo Mexican Painter, 19071954 Guide to pictures of works by Frida Kahlo in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.

2. Frida Kahlo Online
Guide to art museum sites and image archives worldwide where Kahlo s works can be viewed online.

3. Kunst Bei Frida Kahlo
Kurzbiographie der mexikanischen K nstlerin ungarischer Abstammung, Hinweise auf ihren schweren Unfall und ihre Beziehung zu Trotzki und Diego Rivera.
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4. Kahlo Frida Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online
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5. Las Mujeres - Kahlo_frida
Las Mujeres Kahlo, Frida. Frida Kahlo - Biography . Frida's Life Frida Kahlo was a painter whose work fascinated prominent and diverse artists around the world.

6. Frida Kahlo Biography | Oil Painting Reproductions - Bohemian Fine Art Co Ltd
Kahlo, Frida Mexican painter, born in Coyoacan near Mexico City, daughter of a German Jewish immigrant and a Mexican. In childhood Frida Kahlo suffered polio, which affected her
Kahlo, Frida
Kahlo, Frida
Mexican painter, born in Coyoacan near Mexico City, daughter of a German Jewish immigrant and a Mexican. In childhood Frida Kahlo suffered polio, which affected her right leg. At 18 she was gravely injured in a bus accident; from then on, throughout her life, she had frequent operations, was almost permanently in pain, often bedridden or in a wheelchair, and took drugs as well as drink. Recuperating in 1925 she began to paint.
Frida Kahlo had met Diego Rivera when he was painting a mural at her school; in 1929 she married him and though their married life swung between passion and conflict, divorcing and re-marrying, they remained emotionally dependent on each other.
By the late 1930s, Kahlo was part of the international art world, largely through the Surrealist interest in her work. Most of her oil paintings are portraits, many of them self-portraits accompanied by symbolic objects that speak of her loves and pains. Still Lifes too, often representing flowers and fruits, symbolize her joys and sufferings.
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7. Frida Kahlo Biography | Art Reproductions | Peintures De Reproduction | Galerie
Frida Kahlo Biography. Galerie Dada sells hand painted art reproductions of oil paintings by Kahlo and many other famous artists.
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Kahlo, Frida Biography
Mexican oil painter, who produced mostly small, highly personal self-portraits using elements of fantasy and a style inspired by native popular art. Kahlo was born in Coyoacun, Mexico, near Mexico City. While a student at Mexico City's National Preparatory School in 1925, she sustained severe injuries in a bus accident. During her recuperation, Kahlo taught herself to paint. After three years she took some of her first oil paintings to the famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, who encouraged her to continue her work. Kahlo and Rivera married in 1929.
Influenced by Rivera's work, Frida Kahlo adopted his use of broad, simplified color areas and a deliberately naive style in her oil paintings. Like Rivera, she wanted her oil paintings to affirm her Mexican identity, and she frequently used subject matter from Mexican archaeology and folk art.
Frida Kahlo primarily depicted her personal experience. She frequently focused on the painful aspects of her life, using graphic imagery to convey her meaning. The turbulence of her marriage is shown in the weeping and physically injured self-portraits she painted when she felt rejected by Rivera. She portrayed her physical disintegration, the result of the bus accident, in such works as The Broken Column (1944, Collection of Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City), in which she wears a metal brace and her body is open to reveal a broken column in place of her spine.
Kahlo had three exhibitions during her lifetime. The exhibitions in New York City in 1938 and in Paris in 1939 were organized through her contact with the French surrealist poet and essayist Andre Breton. In 1953 she had her first exhibition in Mexico, at an art gallery in Mexico City.

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9. Frida Kahlo & Contemporary Thoughts By Daniela Falini
The Mexican painter Frida Kahlo in contemporary thoughts, cinema, dance, theater, exhibitions. Complete bibliography of books, catalogues, articles in periodicals, newspapers
This site is dedicated to Frida Kahlo, the famous Mexican painters, married with Diego Rivera. You will find the most complete bibliography in the Web, a brief biography, critical essays about her self-portraits, a comparison with the cyborg concept of the American feminist Donna Haraway, articles about Frida and contemporary arts such as theater, cinema, dance, comics, information about exhibitions and museums, a Flash movie

10. Frida Kahlo - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The complete works of Frida Kahlo Frida Kahlo contemporary thought contains an extensive bibliography; Gallery of Frida Kahlo selfportraits; Frida nudes photos by Julien Levy, 1938
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Frida Kahlo, Self-portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird , Nikolas Muray Collection, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin Birth name Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón Born July 6, 1907
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Mexico Nationality Mexican Field Painting Training Self–taught Movement Surrealism Works in museums Patrons and friends Frida Kahlo de Rivera (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954; born Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón ) was a Mexican painter, born in

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12. Frida Kahlo: An Amazing Woman
Collection of images of Frida Kahlo, featuring a biography.
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Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) "I am not sick. I am broken.
But I am happy as long as I can paint."

Self-Portrait Dedicated to Dr. Eloesser
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Probably the most influential event in Frida's life was the most tragic one as well. When she was eighteen, she was in a bus accident that marred her for life. Her body was almost destroyed. Both her spinal column and pelvis were broken in three places. She was skewered by a metal handrail that entered her hip and exited through her vagina. The doctors did not expect her to live. It was during the time after this accident, while bed-ridden, that Frida began to paint. Painting not only passed the time, but became an essential outlet for her emotionally and spiritually. Because of the accident, Frida was never able to have children. She had several miscarriages, which caused her to be horribly depressed (see Henry Ford Hospital , below). She purged her emotions on her canvas. Her paintings are often violent-looking, bloody, and severe. But they simply represent the truth of what was happening to her. Since she could not be a mother, Frida lavished her attention on her many pets: dogs, cats, monkeys, and birds, as well as on her plants. Her plants and animals often are featured in her self-portraits, taking the place of children. Frida longed to be part of the flow of the universe, the connectedness of life. This is evidenced in her painting Roots , which shows her desire for fertility and to be a part of the life cycle (see below). Her best-known painting

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See also: Surrealism Women Artists Frida Kahlo Fans VIEW IMAGE LIST "In 1953, when Frida Kahlo had her first solo exhibition in Mexico (the only one held in her native country during her lifetime), a local critic wrote: 'It is impossible to separate the life and work of this extraordinary person. Her paintings are her biography.' This observation serves to explain both why her work is so different from that of her contemporaries, the Mexican Muralists, and why she has since become a feminist icon. "Kahlo was born in Mexico City in 1907, the third daughter of Guillermo and Matilda Kahlo. Her father was a photographer of Hungarian Jewish descent, who had been born in Germany; her mother was Spanish and Native American. Her life was to be a long series of physical traumas, and the first of these came early. At the age of six she was stricken with polio, which left her with a limp. In childhood, she was nevertheless a fearless tomboy, and this made Frida her father's favourite. He had advanced ideas about her education, and in 1922 she entered the Preparatoria (National Preparatory School), the most prestigious educational institution in Mexico, which had only just begun to admit girls. She was one of only thirty-five girls out of two thousand students.

14. Frida Kahlo (1907 - 1954) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
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Nationality: Mexican
Movement: Surrealism
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After an injuring streetcar crash, Frida Kahlo began painting to occupy her time during recovery. She then submitted her work to artist Diego Riveria, who she would eventually marry in 1928 and divorce 1939. Because of her husbands temperament and infidelity, common themes in Kahlos work were the suffering and pain of women.
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Portrait of Frida Kahlo (Retrato de Frida Kahlo), Diego Rivera (Mexico, Guanajuato, 1886 - 1957) , circa 1939, Oil on asbestos cement shingle
Jack Hooper Frida Kahlo monotype 1984 An Inner Dialogue with Frida Kahlo (Collar of Thorns), Yasumasa Morimura (Japan, born 1951) , 2001, Ink-jet print on canvas Rupert Garcia Frida Kahlo color screenprint 1975 ... Frida y Diego nos muestran Mexico, Tony Ortega (United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe, born 1958) , 1991, Screenprint Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (31) Click on any of the links below to read about artnews or exhibitions related to Kahlo National Gallery of Australia: Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism

15. Frida Kahlo Corporation, Sitio Oficial, De Los Derechos, Licencias, Productos Y
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17. Trazo... Frida Khalo...
Rese a biogr fica y galer a de obras de la artista mexicana.
Magdalena Carmen Frida Khalo y Caldern naci el 6 de julio de 1907 en Coyoacn, Mxico. Era la tercera de cuatro hijas del matrimonio de Matilde Caldern y Guillermo Kahlo. A los seis aos enferm de poliomielitis lo que provoc que su pierna derecha adelgazara. Una enfermedad que ella intentaba ocultar, de joven bajo pantalones, ms tarde bajo largas faldas mexicanas. Su padre, fotgrafo de profesin, le enseo a utilizar la cmara, revelar, retocar y colorear, lo cual le sera til para su pintura.
En 1922 se matricul en la Escuela Nacional Preparatoria. Le interesaban las ciencias naturales, biologa y anatoma, y deseaba ser mdico. En la escuela era miembro de un grupo apodado "Los cachuchas", quienes se identifican con una gorra de traficante. Era un grupo interesado en la literatura y con ideas social nacionalistas. De sus filas saldran ms tarde varios lderes de la izquierda mexicana.
En 1925, Frida y su amigo Alejandro Gmez Arias sufrieron un accidente al chocar el autobs en que viajaban con un tranva. Frida pas tres meses en cama y al ao le detectaron una vrtebra rota lo que exigi el uso de corss durante nueve meses. Como tena que pasar dias en cama con movimientos reducidos empez a pintar. En su cama se instal un caballete que le permita pintar recostada y comenz a pintar su primer cuadro, el retrato de una amiga. Luego al tener un espejo cerca pudo verse a s misma y pintar sus autorretratos. Ms tarde dira: "Me retrato a m misma porque paso mucho tiempo sola y porque soy el motivo que mejor conozco".

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19. Kahlo, Frida - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Kahlo, Frida
Kahlo, Frida (1907–1954) Mexican painter. Using vivid colour and a naive style that was deliberately based on Mexican folk art, she created deeply personal, moving, and emotional, Frida

20. Kahlo, Frida (Harper's Magazine)
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