Black and white screenprint from my series of great women artists.
Badly injured, first by polio and then by a traffic accident, Frida began painting during her recovery. Her work combines elements of traditional Mexican folk art with a radical political outlook. The constant pain that she endured and her frequent isolation led her to paint many self-portraits, often reflecting her left-wing, anti-colonial politics.
Acrylic silkscreen ink, on a beautiful handmade vintage paper by T.H. Saunders