Discover the intensity of Frida's passions with The Lady in Red Art Print. Explore the iconic Kahlo inspiration. (click image for full view) Frames are for design ideas only and not included

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 The Passions of Frida Kahlo - Lady in Red Art Print

Red stands for action, self-assurance, boldness, and transformation. Red brings fire and vitality to your relationships, lives, and job. The spiritual aspects of Red include stability, security, bravery, action, physical survival, and emotional survival.

Red is an interesting color to relate to emotion because it is on both ends of the spectrum. On the one side, there are positive emotions like happiness, love, passion, and others. On the other end of the scale are obsession, enmity, peril, dread, rage, and frustration.

Frida Kahlo has gained popularity as a folk hero as a result of her odd personality and varied life. She has come to represent the courage shown in the face of sorrow, love for Mexico and its culture, and inner strength in women. 

She used vivid colors in her paintings, drawing inspiration from indigenous Mexican traditions as well as European movements like Surrealism, Symbolism, and Realism. Many of her paintings are self-portraits that symbolically depict her sexuality and personal misery. 

The joy and sorrow that surrounded her life were depicted through the use of vivid colors. She painted about her horrific miscarriages, which prolonged her suffering and the sad incidents in her life and exposed her unconscious. She said, "I paint my own world; the only thing I know is that I paint because I have to, and I paint whatever comes to mind."

As a steadfast feminist hero, Kahlo's unibrow has come to stand for the phrase, "I won't curb my self-expression to meet your expectations of how a woman should look." 


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