Frida Kahlo, After (Mexican, 1907-1954): Self Portrait with a Monkey, 1947. Oil on canvas, framed. Signed and dated upper right. Verso shows an import sticker from South America.
Through her art, Kahlo expressed her personal struggles, exploring themes such as identity, gender, and Mexican culture. Her unique style combined elements of surrealism, folk art, and symbolism, often featuring self-portraits that vividly depicted her pain and resilience. Frida Kahlo's artwork continues to inspire and influence artists worldwide, leaving a lasting legacy in the art world.
24 x 19 inches framed; 15x19 inches unframed.
Private collection, South America.
Excellent condition, no notable flaws. The frame needs to be refitted.
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