Las Flores de Frida


This original work of art took me about a year and a half to finish as I began to find the perfect symbols to compose it. These symbols led me to form a video explaining everything this work of art means. As you can see, this work where I painted the famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo surrounded by nature, especially flowers and animals with special messages of love, fidelity, peace, and fortune. Bougainvillea flowers mean welcome in any home, butterfly signifies luck, morning glories signify the beauty of life and how short it is, the bracelet catches bad vibes and transforms them into positive energies, earrings represent the equality and recognition in both sexes, the quetzals represent the majesty of the gods, the trees represent growth, the parrot symbolizes intelligence, the pistils symbolize new souls of the future that will be heroes, the calla lilies symbolize the purity and cleanliness of the soul, the Xolo dog symbolizes fidelity and the guide from purgatory to divine glory when the human being passes away, poinsettias symbolize charm in family gatherings, jacaranda trees perfume the fields and the air with their enchanting scents of freshness, the dahlias represent forgiveness between family and friends, and in the end, the Popocatepetl volcano and the pyramids represent Mexico and your culture. The beautiful blue house was Frida’s house, which is now a museum located in Coyoacan, Mexico.


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Weight 35 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 55 × 43 in

Oil on canvas

Framed painting weight

23.3 lbs

Framed painting size

3 in-depth x 48 in-width x 36 in-height

Canvas size

0.5 in-depth x 36 in-width x 24 in-height


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