Frida Kahlo: Her Life in Paintingsby Sara McIntosh Wooten
"Inever painted dreams. I painted my reality." When Frida Kahlo was eighteen years old, her body was crushed in a horrific bus accident. But her fiery spirit could never be broken. During her long, painful recovery, Kahlo taught herself to paint. Her injuries left her in constant pain, and her marriage to the world-famous painter Diego Rivera brought her as much happiness as it did agony. Kahlo's life offered plenty of inspiration for her unique-sometimes shocking-art. Many of her paintings are self-portraits, illustrating the joys and the suffering of her short, but extraordinary, life.
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