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ABOUT FRIDA KAHLO
A few things you didn't know about the Mexican painter:
Her Art Sets Records
In 1939, when the Louver gained her canvas The Frame, Kahlo turned into the principal twentieth-century Mexican craftsman to have their work go into a significant worldwide assortment. The 1938 self-representation is presently in plain view at the Pompidou Center in Paris as a feature of the Musée National d'Art Moderne.
In any case, that is by all account not the only record Frida broke. While her first artistic creation at closeout, The Tree of Hope Stands Firm (1944) possibly got $19,000 when sold at Sotheby's in 1977, the market for her work kept on developing. By 1984 her work was pronounced piece of Mexico's public social legacy, making it uncommon to discover her artworks in worldwide sell-offs. All things considered, in 1990 she was the principal Latin American craftsman to sell at closeout for over $1 million when Diego and I sold for $1.4 million. Her work keeps on picking up esteem, with Two Lovers in a Forest selling for $8 million every 2016.
These accomplishments are on the whole the all the more dazzling when one recalls that during her lifetime, she was, by and large, alluded to as "Diego Rivera's better half" as opposed to as a craftsman in her own right.
About this Premium Pillow Case
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 Pop Art Pillow Case is an excellent gift to Frida Kahlo lovers and fans.