Frida Kahlo Pop Art Throw Pillow Case - Cream
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ABOUT FRIDA KAHLO
A few things you didn't know about the Mexican painter:
While she never viewed herself as a surrealist, Kahlo becomes a close acquaintance with one of the essential figures in that masterful and abstract development, Andre Breton, in 1938. That very year, she had a significant presence at a New York City exhibition, selling about a portion of the 25 compositions that appeared there. Kahlo additionally got two commissions, including one from popular magazine supervisor Clare Boothe Luce, because of the show.
In 1939, Kahlo went to live in Paris for a period. There she displayed a portion of her canvases and created companionships with so many specialists as Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso.
Kahlo got a commission from the Mexican government for five representations of significant Mexican ladies in 1941, yet she couldn't complete the undertaking. She lost her cherished dad that year and kept on experiencing constant medical issues. Regardless of her own difficulties, her work kept on filling in fame and was remembered for various gathering shows around this time.
In 1953, Kahlo got her first independent show in Mexico. While confined to bed at that point, Kahlo didn't pass up the presentation's opening. Showing up by emergency vehicle, Kahlo went through the night talking and celebrating with the function's participants from the solace of a four-banner bed set up in the exhibition only for her.
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.