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Frida Kahlo

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Frida Kahlo ■ 1940

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.

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Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera's love was undying, despite the pain and turmoil they went through.

Salvador Dalí and Frida Kahlo.

Goodness, he really does look crazy. Salvador Dali & Frida Kahlo I love this picture. Frida looks so serene and beautiful and it is one of the most handsome pictures of Dali (though he still looks crazy).

Frida Kahlo, 1951. Photo from a new book, Frida Kahlo: The Gisèle Freund Photographs, containing more than 100 of Freund’s rare images of Frida and Diego

Kahlo, 1951.

Frida Kahlo, Photo from a new book, Frida Kahlo: The Gisèle Freund Photographs, containing more than 100 of Freund’s rare images of Frida and Diego Más

Troppo lunga per metterla tutta qui, ma vale davvero la pena di leggere queste parole. "La mia notte mi strema. Sa bene che mi manchi e tutta la sua oscurità non basta a nascondere quest’evidenza che brilla come una lama nel buio, la mia notte vorrebbe avere ali per volare fino a te, avvolgerti nel sonno e ricondurti a me. Nel sonno mi sentiresti vicina e senza risvegliarti le tue braccia mi stringerebbero. La mia notte non porta consiglio. La mia notte pensa a te, come un sogno a occhi…

Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera San Angel, “I did not know it then, but Frida had already become the most important fact in my life.

Rivera & Kahlo

* Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Caught Kissing, New Workers School, New York City, 1933 photo Lucienne Bloch

❀ Flower Maiden Fantasy ❀ beautiful photography of women and flowers -

Frida Kahlo is an inspirational artist who often painted portraits of herself in the struggles she went through during her short life.

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Musetouch Visual Arts Magazine Traveling through history of Photography. Frida by the window, by Lucienne Bloch, 1932

"I paint myself because I am often alone and I am the subject I know best." — Frida Kahlo Photo by Guillermo Davila, 1929.

Friday Kahlo was so beautiful ardora: "I paint myself because I am often alone and I am the subject I know best." — Frida Kahlo Photo by Gu.

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