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Autograph: Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo: DS, one page, 8 x 10.5, December 19, 1941. Declaration in Connection with Paintings, etc., and Sculptures, penned entirely in her hand, certifying that Kahlo is the "painter and producer of...one oil painting 'Still life,'" which is being sold for $300 and transported by actress Paulette Goddard "by plane, Port of entry: Brownsville, Texas," signed at the beginning and conclusion by Kahlo. Intersecting folds, one of which runs through one letter of the first signature, creasing to the left corners, an overlapping paper clip impression and staple hole towards the left corner, several official stamps, a foreign service stamp at the bottom, and two binder holes to the top, otherwise fine condition.Amidst disintegrating marriages and countless affairs, Paulette Goddard and Frida Kahlo found a rare friendship despite Goddard's affair with Kahlo's on again-off again husband, muralist Diego Rivera. Goddard, who won the Riveras' hearts, is also credited with saving Rivera's life after he was suspected of the attempted murder of Leon Trotsky, Kahlo's one-time lover. After smuggling Kahlo to California, Rivera would paint Goddard in one of his most famous works, the Pan Am Unity Mural.After remarrying, the Riveras returned to Mexico in 1941 when Kahlo's father died; she dipped into a deep depression and her health deteriorated. Fatigued, in constant pain and suffering for asthenia, she painted a "Still Life" for Goddard which later became known as "The Flower Basket" or "Basket of Flowers." According to Kahlo's diary, the hummingbird in the painting represented herself and the butterfly, Goddard, who was believed to have been Kahlo's lover as well. That year Goddard returned to Mexico for a film and flew the painting to Brownsville, TX. Today, "The Flower Basket" remains in a private American collection.

  • USA
  • 2011-11-10
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DIEGO RIVERA - Desnudo Sentado con Brazos Levantados [Frida Kahlo]

Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886 - 1957). "Desnudo Sentado con Brazos Levantados [Frida Kahlo] [drawing]". Original pencil drawing on paper. 1930. Signed and dated in pencil, lower right. Paper: double sheet, deckle edged four sides, cream laid paper, watermarked "MBM (France) [middle of sheet] Ingres D'Arches [right hand of sheet].". Condition: overall good condition; a few scattered fox marks; slight paper atenuation of the recto finished image (left facing), tending from cream to white (the right facing sketch folded back for framing); handling marks throughout; minor tape remains from previous mounting; pencil annotation upper left corner, recto; no holes, tears, creases, nor staining. Provenance: Estate of an important private collector, Puebla, Mexico. The finished drawing for the highly sought after lithograph of Frida Kahlo, which Rivera created in 1930. Rivera and Kahlo married on August 21, 1929, in Coyoacan, Mexico City. The full "double sheet" has been folded in half, with the finished drawing on the left, the preliminary sketch on the right, recto. The sheet has not been joined together - it is one continuous sheet. There is a ghost/offset image on the verso of the preliminary sketch which matches that of Rivera's lithograph 'Desnudo de Dolores Olmedo', also created in 1930 by Rivera. Apparently the verso of the Dolores Olmedo lithograph was laid on top of the verso of the finished drawing; then the drawing was folded, leaving the impression of the Olmedo lithograph on the verso of the preliminary sketch. The paper used by Rivera to compose the drawing is a laid texture paper, is pre-1920, and has a rattle-like linen content. It has four distinct deckle edges, indicating a hand made paper. Recent versions of this paper are made on a cylinder mould that have two deckle edges and two torn edges, as the sheet is torn from a long length of paper. Dimensions - Full sheet 24 7/8 x 19 in (63.2 x 48.3 cm); Finished drawing 16 5/8 x 11 1/8 in (42.2 x 28.3cm); Sketch drawing 14 1/2 x 9 5/8in (36.8 x 24.5cm). Image copyright © Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. [28464] |30000| {R100} (TL4) szzzz~ozzzz

  • USA
  • 2017-04-28
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Denise Rosenzweig & Magdalena Rosenzweig (eds.) – Self Portrait in a Velvet Dress. Frida's wardrobe. Fashion from the Museo Frida Kahlo - 2008

Frida Kahlo: Unique collection of photos of the wardrobe, jewellery, shoes and headgear of artist and fashion icon Frida Kahlo. In very good condition Denise Rosenzweig & Magdalena Rosenzweig (eds.) – Self Portrait in a Velvet Dress. Frida's wardrobe. Fashion from the Museo Frida Kahlo. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 2008, 90 pp. 31 × 25 cm. Hardcover with dust jacket, 95 colour photographs. Unique collection of photos of the wardrobe, jewellery, shoes and headgear of artist and fashion icon Frida Kahlo. In very good condition Frida Kahlo remains one of the most popular artists of our times. Sales of Frida books number into the hundreds of thousands and yet no volume has ever focused on one of the most memorable aspects of her persona and creative oeuvre: her wardrobe. Now, for the first time, 95 original and beautifully staged photographs of Kahlo's newly restored clothing are paired with historic photos of the artist wearing them and her paintings in which the garments appear. Frida's life and style were an integral part of her art, and she is long overdue for recognition as a fashion icon. Contents: Introduction by Carlos Phillips Olmedo; The Trove in Frida's Dressing Room by Denise and Magdalena Rosenzweig; A Vision of Frida by Graciela Iturbide; Frida Kahlo: Her Look by Teresa del Conde; Frida's Attire: Eclectic and Ethnic by Marta Turok; The Restoration Begins by Denise and Magdalena Rosenzweig. Abundance of coloured photos of Frida's wardrobe; newly restored garments are paired with historic photos showing how she wore them plus her paintings in which the garments appeared.

  • NLD
  • 2016-12-14
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DIEGO RIVERA - Desnudo Sentado con Brazos Levantados [Frida Kahlo]

Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886 - 1957). "Desnudo Sentado con Brazos Levantados [Frida Kahlo] [drawing]". Original pencil drawing on paper. 1930. Signed and dated in pencil, lower right. Paper: double sheet, deckle edged four sides, cream laid paper, watermarked "MBM (France) [middle of sheet] Ingres D'Arches [right hand of sheet].". Condition: overall good condition; a few scattered fox marks; slight paper atenuation of the recto finished image (left facing), tending from cream to white (the right facing sketch folded back for framing); handling marks throughout; minor tape remains from previous mounting; pencil annotation upper left corner, recto; no holes, tears, creases, nor staining. Provenance: Estate of an important private collector, Puebla, Mexico. The finished drawing for the highly sought after lithograph of Frida Kahlo, which Rivera created in 1930. Rivera and Kahlo married on August 21, 1929, in Coyoacan, Mexico City. The full "double sheet" has been folded in half, with the finished drawing on the left, the preliminary sketch on the right, recto. The sheet has not been joined together - it is one continuous sheet. There is a ghost/offset image on the verso of the preliminary sketch which matches that of Rivera's lithograph 'Desnudo de Dolores Olmedo', also created in 1930 by Rivera. Apparently the verso of the Dolores Olmedo lithograph was laid on top of the verso of the finished drawing; then the drawing was folded, leaving the impression of the Olmedo lithograph on the verso of the preliminary sketch. The paper used by Rivera to compose the drawing is a laid texture paper, is pre-1920, and has a rattle-like linen content. It has four distinct deckle edges, indicating a hand made paper. Recent versions of this paper are made on a cylinder mould that have two deckle edges and two torn edges, as the sheet is torn from a long length of paper. Dimensions - Full sheet 24 7/8 x 19 in (63.2 x 48.3 cm); Finished drawing 16 5/8 x 11 1/8 in (42.2 x 28.3cm); Sketch drawing 14 1/2 x 9 5/8in (36.8 x 24.5cm). Image copyright © Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. [28464-4-24000]

  • USA
  • 2018-05-04

Frida Kahlo "Autorretrato" Mixed Media

Frida Kahlo (Mexico, 1907 - 1954) unframed watercolor, pastel, & charcoal on paper depicting a portrait of Frida Kahlo and titled "Autorretrato", executed in 1941. Measures 18-1/2" in height with width of 12-1/2" & signed to lower left "Frida Kahlo 1941". All measurements are approximate. Complete with certificate of authenticity & letter of provenance, please see photographs. Provenance: comes from the estate of a prominent Texas collector. Magdalena Carmen Frida Calderon (Frida Kahlo) was born on July 6, 1907 in Mexico City, the daughter of a German Jewish father & a Mexican mother. She lived her adult life in the shadow of her husband, famed muralist & Mexican national hero Diego Rivera whom she had known since childhood. They embarked on their violent courtship following his divorce from his second wife. The were both temperamental & noisy Communists, & she proudly proclaimed that she had never been expelled from the communist party, as Diego was. He was obese, unfaithful, & psychologically abusive, yet Frida retaliated with her own bisexual affairs. Kahlo once called Rivera "the other accident" in her life, and she lamented her inability to possess him completely. A grisly accident occurred when she was a teenager: a streetcar hit the bus in which she was riding and drove a handrail into her abdomen and out her vagina. As a result her pregnancies resulted in miscarriages and abortions. Semi-crippled and in constant pain, she required several ghastly operations and enough liquor to make her a probable alcoholic. She was extremely loyal to her country; she altered her birth date to coincide with the start of the 1910 Mexican Revolution, and to her politics; at her cremation a hammer and sickle was draped over the casket. She didn't enjoy a long enough career to make it into the coffee-table books while she she was still alive. In 1939, after Kahlo returned to Mexico & after some success with exhibitions of her work in Paris & New York, she & Rivera divorced. Her health deteriorated, yet she continued to paint. She and Rivera remarried in 1940, but her physical condition worsened. After her death she was transformed from the "wife of Diego Rivera" to the art world's version of Sylvia Plath, in many opinions. The resurrection of Kahlo started in the 1970s, when her work began to generate excitement in the women's liberation movement. But there always has been much controversy about the worth of her work. She was hailed by the Surrealists and unabashedly admired by Picasso; yet in Mexico itself there are many who feel she is over-rated. She is the subject of numerous biographies, exhibitions and documentary films, not to mention souvenir T-shirts, calendars and posters. For women and feminists, especially, she is a heroine who overcame great odds to create an identity for herself in art. She died in 1954.

  • USA
  • 2016-11-19

5V Cezanne Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Tina Modotti MODERN ART Exhibition

This lot is part of the personal library of scholar and feminist activist Marilyn French (1929-2009). We were recently contacted by her heirs to handle the sale of her personal collection of reference titles and literature and this lot is one of many we will be offering over the course of today's auction, from that large collection. In her work, French asserted that women's oppression is an intrinsic part of the male-dominated global culture. Ms. French was a prolific author whose novels as well as books of essays and literary criticism all explored this theme. This auction lot includes the following group of art titles:- Cezanne by Francoise Cachin et al. - Dated 1996 by Philadelphia Museum of Art - large-format exhibition catalogue in wrappers - Diego Rivera - Dated 1986 by Founders Society Detroit Institute of Arts / W. W. Norton & Company - large-format exhibition catalogue in wrappers, first printing - Frida Kahlo and Tina Modotti - Dated 1982 by Whitechapel Art Gallery - exhibition catalogue in wrappers - Frida Kahlo by Sarah M. Lowe - Dated 1991 by Universe Publishing - first printing, wrappers - Paula Modersohn-Becker: Her Life and Work by Gillian Perry - Dated 1979 by Harper & Row Publishers - dustjacket Unless otherwise noted, the books in this lot are in good, intact condition with some age/wear indications. Shipping cost (within the U.S.) for this lot will be: $13.50

  • USA
  • 2009-08-16

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Mexican Surrealist Gouache Signed Frida Kahlo

Gouache on paper, framed. Mexican Surrealist and Magic Realist School. Featuring self-portrait. Signed Frida Kahlo on the upper right corner. 56.5 x 38 cm (22.2 x 15 inches), frame: 74.5 x 55 cm (29.3 x 21.7 inches). PROVENANCE: Southern Ontario estate. Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) was a celebrated Mexican painter known for her complex self-portraits. Inspired by pre-Columbian artifacts and Mexican folk art, Kahlo produced bizarre yet beautiful works which the Surrealist André Breton once described as a “ribbon around a bomb.” “My paintings are well-painted, not nimbly but patiently,” she once said of her work. “My painting contains in it the message of pain.” Born Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo Calderón on July 6, 1907, in Mexico City, Mexico to a German-born father and Mexican mother, she studied philosophy and medicine as a youth. Kahlo was involved in a traumatic bus accident at the age of 18, leaving her badly injured and confined to a bed for months. During her slow recovery, she took up painting from her bed, and subsequently abandoned her academic pursuits. Able to leave her house once more in 1927, she joined the Mexican Communist Party and through mutual friends was introduced to the Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. The two artists married in 1929, maintaining a tumultuous and often combative relationship over the years, in which both were unfaithful. Kahlo’s several lovers included the photographer Nickolas Murray, the sculptor Isamu Noguchi, and the exiled Communist leader Leon Trotsky. Though Kahlo and Rivera divorced in 1939, they remarried only a year later. Over the following decade, Kahlo painted prolifically and was the subject exhibitions in both the United States and Europe, despite chronic pain and destabilizing health problems. She died in Mexico City, Mexico on July 13, 1954 at the age of 47. In 1958, her home the La Casa Azul (The Blue House) in which she was born and died, was converted into the Museo Frida Kahlo. Today, the artist’s works are held in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the de Young Museum in San Francisco, and the National Museum of Women in the Art in Washington, D.C., among others.

  • CAN
  • 2018-12-20

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DIEGO RIVERA - Desnudo Sentado con Brazos Levantados [Frida Kahlo]

Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886 - 1957). "Desnudo Sentado con Brazos Levantados [Frida Kahlo] [drawing]". Original pencil drawing on paper. 1930. Signed and dated in pencil, lower right. Paper: double sheet, deckle edged four sides, cream laid paper, watermarked "MBM (France) [middle of sheet] Ingres D'Arches [right hand of sheet].". Condition: overall good condition; a few scattered fox marks; slight paper atenuation of the recto finished image (left facing), tending from cream to white (the right facing sketch folded back for framing); handling marks throughout; minor tape remains from previous mounting; pencil annotation upper left corner, recto; no holes, tears, creases, nor staining. Provenance: Estate of an important private collector, Puebla, Mexico. The finished drawing for the highly sought after lithograph of Frida Kahlo, which Rivera created in 1930. Rivera and Kahlo married on August 21, 1929, in Coyoacan, Mexico City. The full "double sheet" has been folded in half, with the finished drawing on the left, the preliminary sketch on the right, recto. The sheet has not been joined together - it is one continuous sheet. There is a ghost/offset image on the verso of the preliminary sketch which matches that of Rivera's lithograph 'Desnudo de Dolores Olmedo', also created in 1930 by Rivera. Apparently the verso of the Dolores Olmedo lithograph was laid on top of the verso of the finished drawing; then the drawing was folded, leaving the impression of the Olmedo lithograph on the verso of the preliminary sketch. The paper used by Rivera to compose the drawing is a laid texture paper, is pre-1920, and has a rattle-like linen content. It has four distinct deckle edges, indicating a hand made paper. Recent versions of this paper are made on a cylinder mould that have two deckle edges and two torn edges, as the sheet is torn from a long length of paper. Dimensions - Full sheet 24 7/8 x 19 in (63.2 x 48.3 cm); Finished drawing 16 5/8 x 11 1/8 in (42.2 x 28.3cm); Sketch drawing 14 1/2 x 9 5/8in (36.8 x 24.5cm). Image copyright © Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. [28464-4-24000]

  • USA
  • 2018-01-26

Frida Kahlo (Mexican; 1907-1954) 1940 "Autorretrato" (Self Portrait) Original Signed Mixed Media on Paper Professionally Framed W/COA &

Frida Kahlo (Mexican; 1907-1954) 1940 "Autorretrato" (Self Portrait) Original Signed Mixed Media on Paper Professionally Framed W/COA & Digital Analysis by Ruth Alvarado Rivera - This stunning piece is an original, mixed media on paper drawing by renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The piece is titled "Autorretrato", and is a self portrait done by Kahlo in 1940. The piece is signed and dated "40" in the top right corner. The piece has been professionally framed under non-glare plexiglass in a beautiful wooden frame. The piece will come with a certificate of authenticity from Conoculta INBA signed by Ruth Maria Alvarado Rivera. Ruth Maria Alvarado Rivera, was the granddaughter of Diego Rivera, and the authorized person in charge of authenticating his work, along with Frida Kahlo's. The piece will also come with an "Analisis Digital de la Obra" (digital analysis of the work) done by Ruth Alvarado Rivera. This is truly a spectacular investment piece, as Kahlo's works continue to sell for Millions at auction, as demand for her pieces has continued to soar over the years. In May 1990, Frida Kahlo became the first Latin-American artist to command more than $1 million for a single work, when her "Diego and I" painting sold for over $1.4 Million. The piece itself measures approx. 11" x 24", and the frame measures approx. 16" x 20" x 2".

  • USA
  • 2018-01-27

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DIEGO RIVERA - Desnudo Sentado con Brazos Levantados [Frida Kahlo]

Diego Rivera (Mexican, 1886 - 1957). "Desnudo Sentado con Brazos Levantados [Frida Kahlo] [drawing]". Original pencil drawing on paper. 1930. Signed and dated in pencil, lower right. Paper: double sheet, deckle edged four sides, cream laid paper, watermarked "MBM (France) [middle of sheet] Ingres D'Arches [right hand of sheet].". Condition: overall good condition; a few scattered fox marks; slight paper atenuation of the recto finished image (left facing), tending from cream to white (the right facing sketch folded back for framing); handling marks throughout; minor tape remains from previous mounting; pencil annotation upper left corner, recto; no holes, tears, creases, nor staining. Provenance: Estate of an important private collector, Puebla, Mexico. The finished drawing for the highly sought after lithograph of Frida Kahlo, which Rivera created in 1930. Rivera and Kahlo married on August 21, 1929, in Coyoacan, Mexico City. The full "double sheet" has been folded in half, with the finished drawing on the left, the preliminary sketch on the right, recto. The sheet has not been joined together - it is one continuous sheet. There is a ghost/offset image on the verso of the preliminary sketch which matches that of Rivera's lithograph 'Desnudo de Dolores Olmedo', also created in 1930 by Rivera. Apparently the verso of the Dolores Olmedo lithograph was laid on top of the verso of the finished drawing; then the drawing was folded, leaving the impression of the Olmedo lithograph on the verso of the preliminary sketch. The paper used by Rivera to compose the drawing is a laid texture paper, is pre-1920, and has a rattle-like linen content. It has four distinct deckle edges, indicating a hand made paper. Recent versions of this paper are made on a cylinder mould that have two deckle edges and two torn edges, as the sheet is torn from a long length of paper. Dimensions - Full sheet 24 7/8 x 19 in (63.2 x 48.3 cm); Finished drawing 16 5/8 x 11 1/8 in (42.2 x 28.3cm); Sketch drawing 14 1/2 x 9 5/8in (36.8 x 24.5cm). Image copyright © Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. [28464] |30000| {R100} (TL4) szzzz~ozzzz

  • USA
  • 2017-01-27

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