Frida Kahlo: Self-portrait; memory aka the heart, 1937
Collection Michel Petitjean, Paris Memory aka The Heart (1937) In this self-portrait, Frida finds a pictorial means to express the anguish that she suffered during the affair between her husband, Diego Rivera, and her sister Cristina. Her broken heart lies at her feet; its enormous size symbolizes the intensity of her pain. She illustrates her feelings of helplessness and despair through her lack of hands. Her face, though tearful, is expressionless. Her hair is cropped to spite Diego…
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