Kahlo_What the Water

A painting in neutral, earthy colors of two feet with red painted toenails pressed up against the top wall of a bathtub. In the bath water, a collage of surreal images float, including a naked woman half submurged, a city tower emerging from an erupting volcano, a bird and tree, rooms from a plant, and more.

Frida Kahlo, Lo Que el Agua Me Dio (What the Water Gave Me), 1938; Daniel Filipacchi Collection, Paris, France

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