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Frida had several different types of animals as pets that included monkeys, cats, and even a deer!  Idea to make a black cat like this one @ http://www.auntannie.com/Puppets/Mitt/Fabric/

Frida Kahlo Dad always said when i was in a bad mood i had a black cat on my back. maybe i was just channeling Frida.

Frida Kahlo- Great Necklace, and instructions on how to make it.

A necklace fit for Frida

Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is best known for her self-portraits. Her work has become worldly famous along with her distinctive choice of appearance. As she kept her distinctive unibrow. Kahlo died in 1954 but still remains to inspire many.

프리다 칼로, <디에고와 나>, 1949  <내 마음속의 디에고>와 <디에고와 나>는 지혜의 눈이 있다고 여겨지는 이마 중간에 디에고의 그림을 그려 넣음으로써 떨어질 수 없는 둘의 관계와, 디에고를 소유하고 싶은 그녀의 마음을 잘 보여준다.   <내 마음속의 디에고>에서 프리다는 흰색의 테후아나 의상을 입고 단호한 표정을 짓고 있는데 그녀의 머리장식에서 뻗어 나온 줄기와 뿌리는 디에고에게 뻗쳐있는 그녀의 관심을 나타내는 것으로 보인다.   <디에고와 나>에서는 디에고의 얼굴에 지혜의 눈을 그려 넣음으로써 디에고를 지혜의 화신으로 신격화하였으며 디에고에게서 받은 상처를 눈물짓는 얼굴로 드러내고 있다. 디에고의 머리와 이어지는 프리다의 머리카락이 목을 감싸고 있는 모습에서 디에고와 함께하고 싶은 그녀의 바람이 보이는 것 같다.

Diego and I, 1949 by Frida Kahlo In this painting, Diego and I, shows Frida's great anguish over Diego Rivera. When he had an affair with Maria Felix almost divorced Frida. Maria Felix was a beautiful film star and as well an intimate friend of Frida's.

Très Blasé

Très Blasé

vintage everyday: 40 Black and White Portraits of Frida Kahlo from between the 1930s and 1940s

vintage everyday: 40 Black and White Portraits of Frida Kahlo from between the and

SOMETIMES I HATE MYSELF.: July 2012

Autorretrato con collar de espinas y colibri (Self Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird), Frida Kahlo

Credit: © 2011 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / DACS. Kahlo, Self Portrait as Tehuana or Diego in My Thoughts, 1943

Head to head: Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibition – in pictures

Credit: © 2011 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D. Kahlo, Self Portrait as Tehuana or Diego in My Thoughts, 1943

Carl Van Vechten. Frida wearing a Tchuantepee gourd, 1932

They thought I was a Surrealist, but I wasn’t. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality. - Frida Kahlo by Carl Van Vechten.

"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

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.

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