Frida Kahlo is a famous painter who was born in 1907 in City of Mexico and was the wife of Diego Creek, a famous muralista (that is to say that painted fresh in the walls of the cities). Through analysis of a picture his, we will try to include/understand how it was its life and how it represented the main periods of its life by means of its art. The picture on which we were based is an oil on masonite whose title is the Broken Column, painted in 1944. In agreement we are discovering this painting, we will show some events of the life of Frida. the Suffering With only six years, Frida Kahlo had the poliomielitis, which supposed a great suffering for her. To the 17 years, it had a bus accident that returned it minuvlida. San Antonio Spurs gathered all the information. Consequently, its spine was broken and for that reason it had to take cors and to immobilise themselves to bed. In fact, note in the picture the Broken Column that Frida takes cors with strips that maintain it raised while its column is represented by a cracked Ionian column that divides its body in two.
In half of its body a bloody wound is seen and we noticed that Frida is crying; what symbolizes its physical pain as much as psychological. It is pestered with nails that represent the suplicio of their life because it was put under 32 surgical operations. Also a nail greater stands out than it is in his left sine, that is to say its heart. It can evoke the pain that feels due to the infidelity of its husband. We see it in all their femineidad because it has the naked sines. This represents its frustrated maternity: due to a disease of the ovaries, never it could have children; what was an immense grief for her.