A little more than a decade ago, Frida Kahlo was painting the walls of her house in rural Iowa.
The artist is considered one of the greatest painter-makers of her generation.
Today, the legendary artist’s paintings are on display in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
The painting of the woman on the porch of her home is a great example of her influence on the art world.
The painting, entitled “Birds of a Feather,” is on view in the museum’s collection and was originally painted by Kahlos in 1952, before her husband, Fr.
Antonio Kahlon, died in 1966.
The original painting was later given to Frida as a gift.
Now, more than 50 years later, the painting is one of Kahlo’s most sought after works.
The artwork was originally on loan from the National Museum of American Art in Boston, and it was recently purchased by the National Center for Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.
In a recent interview with FourFourtwo, Fridah explained why the painting was important to her.
“It was my life, and I was always looking for something to show to my friends and family,” Frida said.
“I was always interested in the work of Frida and her family.
I really wanted to show my love and admiration for them.”
Fridah said she is currently working on the painting to show how it was originally done.
“I’m trying to find the balance between my love for the work, but also the respect for the art itself,” Fridaa said.
“Birds Of A Feather” is one example of a series of Kahlon paintings that is now on display at the museum.
In addition to the painting, there are several other Kahlon works, including “Fashion of the Birds,” which was the subject of a film in 2008.
Fridaa said the paintings that she has on display are not limited to her own work, as she is also working on other Kahlo works.
“We are working with a few other Kahlos to show their work in other locations,” she said.
The National Gallery in Washington is the largest museum of modern art in the U.S., and its collection includes works by artists including Claude Monet, Renoir, Rubens, Kandinsky, and Van Gogh.
The museum also hosts many other works by other artists, including works by Frida, who is currently the first female curator at the institution.