Frida Blue Mexican Feminist Bold Painting
Frida Kahlo was a Mexican artist. Her art challenged identity, gender, class and race. She stands as a pillar of strength in women’s history as a feminist and all together bad ass. Often Painting herself as she was, never romanticizing or apologizing for her appearance. She often created art depicting her own physical and emotional pain. Even though she died in 1954, her quotes are forward thinking in today’s modern world. This piece, with it’s bold colors and Frida’s unceasing gaze, represent the balance Frida herself possessed. Beauty and strength. This portrait is an original by Lindsay Ekstrom of LX Art. “Soy del typo de mujer que si yo qiuero la luna, me la bajo solita.” " I am the kind of woman, that if I want the moon, I’ll get it down myself" This piece is Acrylic painting on a generous 30 × 40 inch canvas making it a statement or center piece for a space. It is framed in a grey wash stained Premium Pine.
- Depth: 2 Width: 30 Height: 40
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