Landscape, 1946 - by Frida Kahlo

A distant and isolated landscape often servers as background to a large number of Frida's paintings, Nevertheless, Int this painting the landscape is the centerpiece of the arrangement. The scene symbolizes the Frida Khalo's own broken body, scarred and injured by her various operations. The vicinity of a skeleton is proposed in the extensive empty amidst the picture. The atmosphere in this painting is lifeless and gloomy.