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Frida Kahlo Fun Facts

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Frida Kahlo
From August 2010, Kahlo's face has appeared on the 500 Peso note.
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Frida Kahlo
Fighting against colonialism and private land ownership, Kahlo took a strong stance against the pre-revolution government.
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Frida Kahlo
When Kahlo was eighteen, after a severe accident, Kahlo underwent 35 operations to continue being able to create art.
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Frida Kahlo
Taking inspiration from her own style and representation of Mexican culture, Kahlo often painted subjects including herself that she felt represented such a culture.
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Frida Kahlo
Aiming to link dreams and reality, Kahlo's work finds itself amongst the most prominent of this artistic era.
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Frida Kahlo
After suffering such a disease, Kahlo found most of her life spent in a wheelchair, and suffering further health complications.
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Frida Kahlo
Holding herself as a revolutionary feminist, Kahlo aimed at advancing the status of women in Mexican society.
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Frida Kahlo
With her father being German, Kahlo spoke the language fluently, and was in contact with high-level German communists throughout the Second World War.
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Frida Kahlo
Kahlo's last work was titled 'Viva La Vida' meaning 'praise life', as a tribute to herself before death.
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Frida Kahlo
Coming from a family of 11 siblings, Kahlo's art centered on herself as a boy, as she said her father was disappointed in not having a boy.

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