In Nickolas Muray's 1939 portrait of painter Frida Kahlo, a crown of purple yarn weaves in and out of her thick black hair, flyaways breaking loose from her braids. Her favorite shawl, a deep magenta rebozo, wraps around her shoulders, matching the warm flush of her cheeks and her painted nails—glints of red that call attention to the painter’s strong hands. She leans comfortably against a wall, gazing resolutely—if lovingly—at the camera.Printed on broadcloth with archival ink before hand-brushing with transparent glaze.
Resin frame. Our frames are selected to enhance the art within. Because we make your print by hand when it is ordered, the frame may vary from that depicted.
(Custom sizes may be available upon request.)
Size: 2 1/4" x 2 7/8"