This fine art print is from my original oil painting about Frida's Closet that was finally opened after 50 years to expose her personal belongings for all to view. How wonderful. (click image for full view) Frames are for design ideas only and not included
Frida's Closet - Frida Kahlo Art Print
I used reference photos of her actual personal belongings to paint this fun painting. Imagine being in Frida Kahlo's childhood home and opening up a closet that has been locked for decades. Inside are hundreds of personal items – personal photographs, love letters, medications, jewelry, shoes, and clothing that still hold the smell of perfume and the last cigarette she smoked. It started when she died in 1954, as a distraught Diego Rivera the famous Mexican muralist and Frida Kahlo's husband, locked the doors to her closet and never let anyone enter for fear that the contents would be mishandled and ruined. There is a small exhibit with the Casa Azul having just five rooms to show Kahlo's personal belongings. And it's a shame since the items that are shown spark curiosity and hunger to know more about what Frida chose to wear and the style that has lived on so long after her passing. What else was in that closet?
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