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Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)

Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)
Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)

Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)

Beautiful art piece, its Provenance is part of a Family State Private Art Collection. Great expression of talent and a particular technique in this art work. Recent Pictures here of the actual art piece you will get. Photographs change colors, tone and brightness, etc. Latin American Art May 24, 2006, Sotheby's Park Ave New York.

Frida Kahlo "one of the most significant artists of the twentieth century", while according to art historian Elizabeth Bakewell, she is "one of Mexico's most important twentieth-century figures". Kahlo's reputation as an artist developed posthumously, as during her lifetime she was primarily known as the wife of Diego Rivera and as an eccentric personality among the international cultural elite. She gradually gained more recognition in the late 1970s, when scholars began to question the exclusion of female and non-Western artists from the art historical canon, and the Chicano Movement lifted her as one of their icons. These milestones were followed by the first two retrospectives ever staged on Kahlo's oeuvre in 1978, one at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City and another at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

By 1984, Kahlo's reputation as an artist had grown to such extent that Mexico declared her works national cultural heritage, prohibiting their export from the country. As a result, her paintings seldom appear in international auctions and comprehensive retrospectives are rare.

Regardless, her paintings have still broken records for Latin American art in the 1990s and 2000s. Kahlo has attracted popular interest to the extent that the term "Fridamania" has been coined to describe the phenomenon. Kahlo joined the Mexican Communist Party in the late 1920s and was introduced to a circle of political activists and artists, including Diego Rivera, whom she married in 1929. She traveled widely in the United States with Rivera beginning in 1930 while doing mural projects. In San Francisco and opened his retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

She was working on a mural project in Detroit when Kahlo miscarried after a difficult pregnancy. In her recovery, she tried to sketch and capture part of her experience in, among her variety of drawings, abortion is the only significant one that she made graphic in its anatomical references to her miscarriage but powerful in its symbolism. Biographer Hayden Herrera noted that in the sketch Kahlo's body is divided into light and dark halves, revealing the two sides of her psyche and implying that for her, making art should replace making children. This is a beautiful work to make art enthusiasts proud, a great addition to your collection as it is so rare to see and at a clearance price. We trust in the origin and beauty of this work, which is delivered with a certificate from Ruth Alvarado Rivera, curator of works by Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.

This is an old work of art at a bargain price, as well as this real photograph, it presents stains, tears, wrinkles due to time, humidity, a patina that gives it its characteristic presence. This is an item that I own and have on my property.

41 of 01/24/2004, Article 179, Cultural Heritage Code declares: -In the form: a watermark, authentic, lithograph, giclée or print. This artwork is as described Graphite on paper (sketch) framed, to be lithographed. The work includes a certificate. MEASURE : 36.5 x 41 cm (14 x 16 inches).

DESCRIPTION : Drawing of Frida Kahlo on graphite paper, framed, labeled/described with the Banco de México seal, U. A national art gallery label and writing with a dedication to the important Mexican art collector Solita Olmedo. In 1930, for medical reasons, Frida had to terminate a first pregnancy. But in 1932, against all medical prognosis (given the consequences of the accident that occurred in her adolescence) she became pregnant again in the city of Detroit while accompanying her husband to carry out said mural work. On this second occasion, and with the recommendation of her great friend, Dr. Leo Eloesser, Frida decides to move forward with the pregnancy. But after only the first few weeks, away from her family and her husband, on July 4th she will suffer a slow and traumatic spontaneous abortion. In this work, the artist exposes herself in complete loss, "floating" in the scene over the bed at Henry Ford Hospital where she was treated. During his convalescence he made some pencil sketches that he later transformed into this oil on metal.

This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "lookingforart" and is located in this country: PE.

This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Artist: Frida Kahlo
  • Unit of Sale: Single Piece
  • Signed By: Frida Kahlo
  • Size: Medium
  • Signed: Yes
  • Title: Frida Y El Aborto (Frida And Abortion)
  • Material: Paper, Graphite
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA): Yes
  • Region of Origin: Latin American
  • Framing: Framed
  • Subject: Art
  • Type: Drawing
  • Year of Production: 1932
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  • COA Issued By: Ruth Alvarado Rivera
  • Style: Expressionism, Mexican
  • Production Technique: Graphite
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Time Period Produced: 1932-1936

Frida Kahlo The abortion, very rare. Framed Drawing (With Certificate)