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I know a face where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine. William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Nights Dream

I do not want a half-love, torn, split in half, I have fought and suffered so much that I deserve something whole, intense, indestructible

I do not want a half-love, torn, split in half, I have fought and suffered so much that I deserve something whole, intense, indestructible

A "prettier" adaptation of Frida Kahlo's self-portrait has been circulating the internet. machine and it's not pretty. Frida's iconic look has been appropriated ever since her death in 1954 and her...

Quit Appropriating Frida Kahlo

A “prettier” adaptation of Frida Kahlo’s self-portrait has been circulating the internet. Frida’s iconic look has been appropriated ever s…

"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best." / Frida Kahlo

In the Studio: Mixed Media of Fearless Frida Kahlo

"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best." / Frida Kahlo

Exoticism is not just about your physical features. It’s that je ne sais quoi that comes from deep within. It’s about you deciding on the type of woman you want to be and cultivating her with your attitude and style. Before you start changing yourself or following others, I want to challenge you that you may be destroying that very thing that could make you extraordinary: your exotic appeal.

How to Cultivate Your Exotic Appeal

Read about the tumultuous marriage, divorce, and subsequent remarriage of famous Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.

Frida portrait

Portrait of one of my most favourite artists - the iconic Frida Kahlo A print from my original painting in my sketchbook.

Frida Kahlo  Self-Portrait 1940 Oil on canvas 24 1/2 x 18 3/4 in Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, Austin

Frida Kahlo Paintings, Art Gallery & Video

Autorretrato con Collar de Espinas (Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird) 1940 by Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. Oil on canvas. Housed at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin, in Austin, TX.

'I knew that a battlefield of suffering was in my eyes': The many faces of Frida Kahlo

'I knew that a battlefield of suffering was in my eyes': The many faces of Frida Kahlo

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