Frida Kahlo Designer Throw Pillows
About Frida Kahlo
A few things you didn't know about the Mexican painter:
Frida Loved Self-Portraits
55 of her 143 artistic creations are self-representations, which is maybe justifiable when considering how long she spent all alone while recuperating from an assortment of medical problems. Her thoughtful work is made even more significant by her utilization of the self-representation to communicate her interior battles and psychical and mental anguish.
She Lied About Her Age, But For A Good Reason
At age 6, Frida contracted polio. In addition to the fact that this caused her correct leg to be more limited and more slender than her left—something long skirts helped her camouflage—however, it kept her out of school for a long while. In the wake of joining the first-class National Preparatory School in 1922, she became submerged in indigenismo, another feeling of Mexican social pride. Along these lines, to show her duty to Mexican culture—and mask the way that she was more established—she shaved three years off her age. For an amazing remainder, she announced that she was conceived on July 7, 1910—the year the Mexican Revolution began.
About Vignettly Designer Pillows
Create an atmosphere in every room! These highly practical beautiful indoor pillow cases in various sizes serve as statement pieces, creating a personalized environment.
.: 100% pre-shrunk polyester with Linen feel fabric
.: Double-sided print
.: Concealed zipper
.: Pillow not included
This throw pillow is an excellent gift to Frida Kahlo lovers and fans.
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