Frida Kahlo Essay | Essay

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Frida Kahlo: the Two Fridas

Summary: Frida Kahlo is one of the world's greatest painters. All her paintings are self- portraits.
There is a second meaning to everything that she paints. Frida's life was not like everyone else's. All her life she was filled with physical and emotional pain. She accomplishes most of the things that she wanted too in her painting career. She was a women that everyone admirer specially her husband, the famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Her life was filled with physical traumas that stayed with her all her life. Her paintings are a way of showing her experiences in life.

Frida Kahlo one of three daughters of Guillermo Kahlo and Matilde Calderon, was named Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderon; she was born on July 6, 1907, but she gave her birthdate as July 7, 1910. She was born in her parent's house in Coyoacan, Mexico a suburb of Mexico City. Frida dropped the "e" in her named and everything else and just became Frida Kahlo, as we know...

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