Kahlo: Masters of Art
Frida Kahlo only produced around 200 paintings in her career, but despite this small body of work she remains adored around the world to this day. This accessible book provides full page reproductions of her selected works, showcasing her celebrated use of colour, composition and texture.
Readers will learn about her early career, and how she discovered herself through art after a bus accident left her bedridden with chronic pain. The biographical text also follows her life, personal relationships and years in America.
Physical and emotional pain are just a couple of the themes expressed in Kahlo’s work. Hollmann explores flora, fauna, and Mexican folklore in relation to her art, as well as several other key motifs. Kahlo is an inspiring figure in the art world, and this book provides a greater understanding of her passions and career.
|Dimensions||17.3 cm x 21.11 cm x 1.04 cm|
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