• Frida
    The Two Fridas 1939 The Two Fridas 1939 Self-Portrait with the Portrait of Doctor Farill 1951 Self-Portrait with the Portrait of Doctor Farill 1951 Frieda and Diego Rivera Frieda and Diego Rivera The Broken Colum 1944 The Broken Colum 1944 Henry Ford Hospital 1932 Henry Ford...
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  • Local Color
    some of his best fiction in the 1880s, including The Portrait of a Lady (1881), Washington Square (1881), The Bostonians (1886), and The Princess Casamassima (1886). His later works include The Tragic Muse (1890), What Maisie Knew (1897), The Turn of the Screw (1898), The Awkward Age (1899), The Wings...
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  • Themes of a Marginalized Culture
    legitimacy and is seen as dominant. The other, in contrast, is much less significant and is seen as marginalized. A few examples of autoethnographic texts are Pocho by Jose Antonio Villarreal, …And the Earth Did Not Devour Him by Tomas Rivera and The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. In...
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  • Il Mio
    with Gray Bowl is at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library-Austin Texas ( a weekend with Diego Rivera p.49-51). Gutierrez 4 From the end of the 1930 decade he painted landscapes an portraits. In his last paintings, he developed an indigenist and social style of great popular atractive. His...
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  • Museum of Modern Art
    the Pacific Stock Exchange Luchcheon Club. When the museum opened its doors in 1935. Bender purchased Rivera’s newly completed The Flower Carrier, on view here, for the collection. The following year he donated the marriage portrait that Frida Kahlo painted of herself and Rivera. The bird at the...
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  • Frida Kahlo
    Frida Kahlo de Rivera (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954; Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón) was a Mexican painter, born in Coyoacán. Perhaps best known for her self-portraits, Kahlo's work is remembered for its "pain and passion", and its intense, vibrant colors. Her work has been celebrated in...
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    sick. I am broken. But I am happy to be alive as long as I can paint. ― Frida Kahlo Really, I do not know whether my paintings are surrealist or not, but I do know that they are the frankest expression of myself. ― Frida Kahlo www.fridakahlofans.com BIOGRAPHY Frida Kahlo de Rivera (July 6...
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  • Rizal
    prolific and made various paintings, sketches as well as sculptures. Having lots of sweethearts he made portraits of them and his closest friends such as Ferdinand Blumentritt and Juan Luna. Being an intellectual he also made anatomical drawings of insects and plants since he studied medicine...
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  • Frida, Her Life
    paintings, mostly self-portraits and still life, were deliberately naïve, and filled with the colors and forms of Mexican folk art. At 22 she married the famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, 20 years her senior. Their stormy, passionate relationship survived infidelities, the pressures of careers...
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  • Rizal
    from Pagsanjan, Laguna Her pet name was “Orang” Rizal sent notes to her made with invisible ink (salt solution)- LEONOR RIVERA Jose boarded in Casa Tomasina (No. 6 Calle Santo Tomas, Intramuros) Daughter of his landlord-uncle from Camiling, Antonio Rivera She was a student at La Concordia College...
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  • Frida Kahlo: a Life in Pain
    (Frida Kahlo n.d.). She began painting portraits of family members and still life from her bed. It was at the Preparatoria where she had met her future husband, Diego Rivera a famous Mexican muralist; it was love at first sight (Stephen 2008). Kahlo would reunite with him in 1929 through a friendship...
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  • Rizal
    philosophy at the University of Santo Tomas and studying agriculture in the Ateneo. This latter course was also completed with highest honors but because he was not yet of the legal age his credentials as "agricultural expert and surveyor" were not issued until two years later. His second, third and...
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  • Frida Kahlo
    opinion on her paintings; Rivera saw Kahlo’s talent and creativity especially in her self-portraits. Rivera became Kahlo’s mentor; that was the beginning of a very complex and tumultuous love relation. On the twenty first of August of 1929, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo married at Coyoacan’s Town Hall...
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  • Aaaa
    during his term as Rector of the Ateneo Municipal, which includeJose Rizal who wrote a poem for him as a tribute on the Reverend Father's birthday. 7. April 1877 - Rizal enters the university of Santo Tomas taking upPhilosophy and Letters. 8. Perito Agrimensor - Rizal obtained the title of expert...
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  • Frida Kahlo
    Self-Portrait on the Border Line. The couple returned to Mexico in 1933, though not in a state of marital bliss. Both Kahlo and Rivera had many extramarital affairs during this period. Among Kahlo’s many lovers, both male and female, was Leon Trotsky. Exiled from Russia by Stalin, Trotsky and...
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  • thucydidies
    and bows. She painted Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair (Figure 7) in which she’s wearing a man’s suit and has sheared her hair off. Men felt extremely threatened by this and took it as an assault on all males after her divorce from Rivera. They insinuated her to be a fallen woman and their fury...
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  • Doc3
    CHAPTER 5 Medical Studies at the University of Santo Tomas (1877 - 1882) * April 1877 * Rizal was 16 years old, matriculated in the University of Santo Tomas, taking the course on Philosophy and Letters. * 1877 – 1878 * During his first year term in the University of Santo...
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  • Frida Kahlo Biography
    -leg-Frida’ due to how skinny her right leg was. During 1922 the Mexican Renaissance movement began and the government sponsored local artists to paint murals in churches, schools, libraries and public buildings. Diego Rivera, a man who would play a major role in Kahlo’s life, painted murals while...
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  • Frida Kahlo
    various members of the political group she belong to as well as many symbols and items representative of their cause. Her exploration in European styles can also be seen in Self Portrait in a Velvet Dress (1926)” (kahlofans). Kahlo and Diego Rivera reconnected in 1928 and married the next year...
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  • The Scarlet Ibis
    her chaotic marriage with Mexican muralist, Diego Rivera and in "Self-Portrait with Monkeys", Kahlo paints the only children she could have (85). Kahlo's life began and ended in Mexico City. Although she was born on July 7, 1907, she gave her birth date as July 7, 1910, the year of the Mexican...
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