The Life, Struggles, and Successes of Mexican Painter Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo was born in Coyoacan, Mexico near Mexico City in 1907 in a blue home built by her father. Kahlo lived in this home on and off for her entire life and would die in this location at the young age of 47. Kahlo’s father Guillermo was a German and Jewish immigrant and her mother an indigenous native American from Oaxaca (pronounced “wah-ha-ka”). Kahlo took both male and female lovers, but the great love of her life was the celebrated Mexican artist, Diego Rivera. Kahlo’s paintings remaine...

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