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What the Water Gave Me Painting

What the Water Gave Me Painting by Frida Kahlo was a 30x38 inch oil on canvas painting created in 1938.  Art Description A set of woman's feet with red painted toe-nails sit in a tub of water as various images float including a skyscraper in a volcano, a dead bird in a tree, a ship navigating a rocky coast, a dead woman in the water, a man and woman hiding behind large plant leaves, a dress, two naked women on a bed and flowers. Possible Interpretations (Leave your own thoughts below)  Water ...

Category:Frida Kahlo
ArtistFrida Kahlo
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Roots Raices Painting

Roots Raices Painting by Frida Kahlo was a 20x12 inch oil on sheet metal painting created in 1943.  Art Description  A woman lays on cracked earth in a bright orange dress with roots and leaves growing out from inside her chest.  Possible Interpretations (Leave your own thoughts below) Growth comes from within. Words on Art  None Art Price Guide/ Buy It Now // Variations, Collections and Errors None Words From Artist  None

Category:Frida Kahlo
ArtistFrida Kahlo
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Hieroglyphics Print

Hieroglyphics Print by H.R. Giger was a 43x61 inch giclee print on very heavy Arches archival paper that was sold as a signed and numbered edition of 150.  Art Description A dark depiction of a dead creature alien on a slab with a Chestbuster Alien from the famous movie Aliens popping out of its chest is on the lower area. Above that, another creature has a clawed hand on a egg with an emerging Facehugger spawn Alien attaching itself to the face of a different creature laying on another slab. ...

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ArtistHR Giger
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Henry Ford Hospital Painting

Henry Ford Hospital Painting by Frida Kahlo was a 15.5x12.25 inch oil on metal painting created in 1932. This painting was also displayed as: The Lost Desire and was Frida's first use of metal as a media base. Art Description A woman's body (Frida's) lays bloody on a hospital bed with white sheets and multiple umbilical cords connected to a fractured human pelvis, a dying orchid flower bud, a machine, a female torso, a unborn child (Dieguito) and a snail. A tear falls from the woman's left eye ...

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ArtistFrida Kahlo
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Frida and the Cesarean Operation Painting

Frida and the Cesarean Operation Painting by Frida Kahlo was a 24.5x28.75 inch oil on canvas painting created in 1932.  Art Description A pregnant Frida is centered on the artwork laying a hospital bed with unborn child shown in her belly while above her head a team of doctors work to preform a cesarean operation. Her husband, artist Diego Rivera, is depicted in the bust of the male on her other side with newly born baby below.  Possible Interpretations (Leave your own thoughts below) Frida ...

Category:Frida Kahlo
ArtistFrida Kahlo
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Four Inhabitants of Mexico City Painting

Four Inhabitants of Mexico City Painting by Frida Kahlo was a 18.75x12.75 inch oil on metal painting created in 1938. The painting was displayed once under the title: The Square is Theirs. Art Description A small Mexican/Indian girl in Tehuana dress sits sucking her finger surrounded by a cast of characters including a large male Judas wearing overalls, a straw man riding a straw donkey, a pregnant Pre-Colombian fertility idol, and a clay skeleton. All these creatures have shadows, the only pa ...

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ArtistFrida Kahlo
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