One of the of the world's greatest artists she was certainly a Mexican painter Frida Kalo. Her creative work began and culminated right in this house.
La Casa Azul, or the Blue House, was built by Frieda's father in 1904. in Kajoakan, a suburb of Mexico City.
Three years later (1907) Frida was born t little girl with black hair, wild brown eyes, restless and cheerful spirit.
After that married Diego Rivera, an influential painter, Frida Kalo lived in several different locations in Mexico City, to always returned to her parental home, in which she died in 1954.
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Four years later (1958) her “blue house” is turned into a museum, and it looks almost the same as in the moments of her death, evoking Frieda's tumultuous affair with River and much of the passion who led her throughout her life.
Frida Kalo – famous for self portraits
Tthey are portraits of her heroes – Lenin and Mao hang over the bed while her clothes hang in the closet. Her art collection fills the walls, Frieda's wheelchair are tas well unfinished Stalin portrait i hill of wooden utensils in which the painter made delicious specialties.
Even Frieda's ashes are preserved in an urn found in the museum.
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