When Illness Takes Over
This is Frida in 1926, before her illnesses took great effect on her life. She is calm and seems to be in no pain at all.
In this painting, Frida is shown as a baby. I think this represents her helplessness when she was always in the hospital and constantly being cared for.
This picture shows all of the pain she went through being sick and being in the hospital. It shows that she was hurt from the inside out.
This is when Frida was no longer able to walk. Her illnesses would cause her to spend the rest of her life in bed. The painting illustrates her being surrounded by death.
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Museo Frida Kahlo
Museo Dolores Olmedo
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