Mexican artist Frida Kahlo created vibrantly hued paintings . . . and led an equally colorful life. Known for her self-portraits, she became a feminist icon whose work now sells for millions. This lively biography looks at Frida's childhood; her devotion to Mexican culture and politics, the bus accident that left her in chronic pain but also sparked her career, and her marriage to Diego Rivera.
Hardcover. 9 x 7.5"
42 pages/ illustrated.