Frida, a Biography of Frida Kahlo - Chapter 19, Patrons, Politics, Public Recognition and Chapter 20, The Little Deer Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19, Patrons, Politics, Public Recognition and Chapter 20, The Little Deer Summary and Analysis

Kahlo received international critical acclaim, and her career started to take off. However, previously, her work was seen only as private pieces for Rivera's personal pleasure. Now, her paintings started to reveal greater technical proficiency and realism. She painted with greater momentum as well. She participated in a Surrealist show in Mexico City and another one in San Francisco. In addition, her work was finally being recognized in her own country and shown in many of the major group exhibitions. She was selected to be among the founding members of a Seminario de Cultura Mexicana.

However, despite the increase in her popularity, she still found it difficult to sell paintings and live by her work. She loved children and put some of them...

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