|Medium||Oil on metal|
|Dimensions||12 x 19.5 in
30.5 x 49.9 cm
|Famous Paintings by Frida Kahlo|
|The Suicide of Dorothy Hale, 1938|
|The Two Fridas, 1939|
|The Bus, 1929|
|The Wounded Deer, 1946|
|The Broken Column, 1944|
|Without Hope, 1945|
Roots is one of the most intriguing historical oil paintings prepared by a famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo de Rivera. It depicts the artist reclining in an orange dress with vines growing out of her curvy body into the ground widely seen to signify the importance of the concept of fertility in human life cycle.
A Symbolic Historical Masterpiece
To a seasoned contemporary art lover, Roots is more than just an ordinary piece of work. It contains lots of vivid and symbolic information.
Throughout her career, Frida was known for her detailed and expressive style of art. She always strived to convey as much information as possible through her precise brushstroke skills, a feat that saw (and still sees) many art lovers treasure her works.
Roots is currently one of the most precious Latin American art gems. Its expressive and eye-catching design is one among the many reasons behind why many history lovers crave it.