Frida Kahlo Paintings

Frida Kahlo de Rivera (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954), born in Coyoacán by the name of Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón, was a Mexican painter. Amerindian cultural traditions and Mexican culture are important elements in her art, which has been sometimes called folk or Naïve art. Her work has also been described as surrealist. Kahlo is perhaps best known for her self-portraits. Learn more »

Paintings by Frida Kahlo in Chronological Order

Self Portrait, 1922 Self-portrait in a Velvet Dress, 1926 Portrait of Alicia Galant, 1927
Portrait of Miguel N. Lira, 1927 Portrait of Alejandro Gómez Arias, 1928 Portrait of Cristina My Sister, 1928
Portrait of Lupe Marín, 1929 Portrait of Virginia (Little Girl), 1929 Self Portrait – Time Flies, 1929
The Bus, 1929 Two Women, 1929 Portrait of a Woman in White, 1930
Self Portrait, 1930 Frieda and Diego Rivera, 1931 Portrait of Dr. Leo Eloesser, 1931
Portrait of Eva Frederick, 1931 Portrait of Luther Burbank, 1931 Self-Portrait Along the Boarder Line Between Mexico and the United States, 1932
My Dress Hangs There, 1933 Self Portrait with Necklace, 1933Self- Portrait Very Ugly Self- Portrait Very Ugly, 1933
Self Portrait with Curly Hair, 1935 Fulang-Chang and I, 1937 Me and My Doll, 1937
Memory (The Heart), 1937 Portrait of Diego Rivera, 1937 Self-Portrait Dedicated tomLeon Trotsky (Between the Curtains), 1937
The Deceased Dimas, 1937 Four Inhabitants of Mexico, 1938 Fruits of the Earth, 1938
Girl with Death Mask (She Plays Alone), 1938 Itzcuintli Dog with Me, 1938 Pitahayas, 1938
Self Portrait – The Frame, 1938 Self Portrait with a Monkey, 1938 The Suicide of Dorothy Hale, 1938
Tunas (Still Life with Prickly Pear Fruit), 1938 The Two Fridas, 1939 Self Portrait Dedicated to Dr Eloesser, 1940
Self Portrait Dedicated to Sigmund Firestone, 1940 Self Portrait with Cropped Hair, 1940 Self Portrait with Necklace of Thorns, 1940
The Dream (The Bed), 1940 Me and My Parrots, 1941 Self-Portrait in Red and Gold Dress, 1941
Self-Portrait with Bonito, 1941 Self Portrait with Braid, 1941 Portrait of Lucha Maria, A Girl from Tehuacan, 1942
Portrait of Marucha Lavin, 1942 Self Portrait with Monkey and Parrot, 1942 Still Life (Round), 1942
Flower of Life (Flame Flower), 1943 Portrait of Natasha Gelman, 1943 Roots, 1943
Self Portrait as a Tehuana, 1943 Self Portrait with Monkeys, 1943 The Bride Frightened at Seeing Life Opened, 1943
Thinking About Death, 1943 Diego and Frida, 1944 Portrait of Doña Rosita Morillo, 1944
Landscape, 1945 Magnolias, 1945 Self Portrait with Small Monkey, 1945
The Mask, 1945 Without Hope, 1945 The Wounded Deer, 1946
Tree of Hope, Remain Strong, 1946 Self Portrait with Loose Hair, 1947 Sun and Life, 1947
Self Portrait, 1948 Diego and I, 1949 Coconuts, 1951
Portrait of My Father, 1951 Self-Portrait with the Portrait of Doctor Farill, 1951 Still life with parrot, 1951
Still Life, 1951 Still Life with Parrot and Flag, 1951 Weeping Coconuts or Coconut Tears, 1951
Congress of Peoples for Peace, 1952 Living Nature, 1952 Fruit of Life, 1953
Still Life with Watermelons, 1953 Marxism Will Give Health to the Sick, 1954 Portrait of Frida’s Family, 1954
Self Portrait with Stalin, 1954 Still Life with Flag, 1954 Viva la Vida, Watermelons, ?

One response to “Frida Kahlo Paintings”

  1. Rory Penland says:

    Thank you for including her very first self-portrait from 1922. She was only in her mid teens when she painted it. I am trying to find out the actual dimensions of this work and it’s current location. These facts are omitted everywhere that I have looked. My guess is that it is very small and is probably in a private collection somewhere.

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