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'Photographing Frida': The artist as art 

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Nickolas Muray, "Frida Kahlo on White Bench," 1939, color carbon print.
Guillermo Kahlo, "Frida Kahlo at 18," 1926, vintage silver print.
Victor Reyes, "Diego and his Bride Frida," 1929, vintage gelatin silver print
Nikolas Muray, "Frida with Magenta Rebozo 'Classic,' " 1939, color carbon print
Edward Weston, "Frida Kahlo," 1930, selenium-toned gelatin silver print repro copy (printed 2004)
Emmy Lou Packard, "Frida Kahlo and Emmy Lou Packard, Coyoacan, Mexico," 1041, platinum print.
Nikolas Muray, "Frida with Cigarette, Coyoacan," 1941, giclee print.
Nickolas Muray, "Frida Painting 'The Two Fridas,' " c. 1939, gelatin silver print
Juan Guzman, "Frida in Hospital, Painting," c. 1930s, platinum print, printed by Ava Vargas.
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Nickolas Muray, "Frida Kahlo on White Bench," 1939, color carbon print.

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