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Art-Frida Kahlo
On The Suicide Of Dorothy Hale Known for her self portraits and her politics Her famous unibrow and her elaborate dress And for twice marrying Mexico's most renown muralist Her paintings which bore her pain were well received And to this day are still growing in success However my intrigue lies in her greatest fail Not still life nor self portrait rather Her commissioned portrait of late actress Dorothy Hale Asked for by Hale's friend publisher of Vanity Fair Intended as a gift for the grieving mother No doubt a caring gesture to ease untold despair But Frida Kahlo in her visceral style Produced The Suicide Of Dorothy Hale A piece which did more to trumpet her own guile More accurate and macabre a portrayal than anyone would expect The actress in her leap from her high-rise suite A ghostly image draped in white falling to her death And at the bottom her lifeless body replete with bloody mess Corsage of yellow roses pinned to her favourite black dress For me this painting speaks more of Frida Kahlo's honesty Than any self depiction Her character, personality, and her absolute conviction. 17.05.06 At the bottom of the painting in blood red lettering reads "In New York City on the 21st of October 1938, at 6:00 in the morning, Dorothy Hale committed suicide by throwing herself from a very high window in the Hampshire House. In her memory [...] this retablo was executed By Frida Kahlo."
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