The Two Fridas Painting by Frida Kahlo was a 68x68 inch oil on canvas painting created in 1939.
Two self-portrait images of Frida Kahlo sit holding hands. One is in a flowing white dress with lace and styled hair, while the other woman is wearing a long green dress with white edging, a blue shirt with yellow edging and a faint mustache Her hair is slightly less made up. They are sitting on a bench in-front of a granite blue background. The well dressed woman is holding a pair of scissors as a bleeding vein is connected to a stylized heart in plain view and the connected to the other woman.
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She plays the role of tow people, the real Frida and the impression she must give the public.
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