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Frida Kahlo's Effect Frida Kahlo's influence still lingers across the world. In spite of Frida dead for nearly two years, she's still celebrated and thought of as a idol. Frida Kahlo was an artist in a number of different ways. Besides Frida's amazing talent to paint surrealist ideas and feelings on canvas, she was and artist in her body and mind. Frida's attire of traditional Mexican clothes, which consisted of long, colorful dresses and exotic jewelry, along with her thick link complexion, became her trademark. To the public, Frida Kahlo seemed to be filled with joy and soul. She walked through life happily, with a grin glued to her face. However, her feelings of distress, anger, unhappiness of her painful miscarriages, and bodily and mental sufferings were expressed through her art. Her paintings were full of private content. They voiced her inner feelings. The planet was unaware of the agony of this "actual" Frida Kahlo. The world was fascinated with Kahlo's art due to her emotional background. Her creative style has been always magnificent yet bewildering. Frida was probably the most idolized woman artist of her period and today, she's a figure of legendary power whose work inspires excitement and amazement around the world. (Daniels 88) Lots of Frida Kahlo's artwork was inspired by her own personal experiences; at "The Broken Spine", she paints of her sufferings brought on by a tram crash, also in "Diego and I", Kahlo expresses her chaotic marriage with Mexican muralist, Diego Rivera and in "Self-Portrait with Monkeys", Kahlo paints the only kids she could possess (85). Kahlo's life started and ended in Mexico City. Although she had been born July 7, 1907, she gave her birth date as July 7, 1910, t.. .