PHOTOGRAPHY OF FRIDA KAHLO PAINTING "RETRATO DE MI FAMILIA" VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH.; Hospital Inglés, Mexico City, 1950. Cologne b. 1911, exiled, Germany, became resident of Mexico 1940, Mexico d. 1982.
PHOTOGRAPHY OF FRIDA KAHLO PAINTING "RETRATO DE MI FAMILIA" VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH.; Hospital Inglés, Mexico City, 1950

PHOTOGRAPHY OF FRIDA KAHLO PAINTING "RETRATO DE MI FAMILIA" VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH.; Hospital Inglés, Mexico City, 1950

mounted in white cardboard. (Some marks on photo not affecting image; overall very good). Item #109974

Juan Guzman, the photographer, was very involved in Mexican culture and became a Mexican national never returning to Germany. Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo friendship with him opened the door to close contact with the art community in Mexico. In fact, one of the most emotional photographs of the couple, published in Life magazine immediately after having been taken in a bed at the English hospital was the kiss between the Rivera and Kahlo is of his authorship . One of Guzmán's favorite subjects was to portray the artists at the moment they are doing their work. Reference: González Cruz Manjarrez, Maricela. JUAN GUZMAN: UNA VISION DE LA MODERNIDAD. Colección Círculo de Arte, Fotografia. México: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes CONACULTA, 2005. 2.

Price: $1,500.00