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Alica Kucharovič

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Retart brings you an original toy that is at the same time a unique collector´s item. The design handmade toys from our limited edition “Famous Artist Toys” revive three internationally renowned fine artists whose works have provoked great acclaim. On the toys, made of polyester, we depicted features and clothes typical for these artists. The material is soft to the touch and it is printed with wearproof ecological colours. The toy is filled with a soft substance and it has a wire skeleton that can be bent. It is packaged with a text informing about the life and work of the artist. The size of the toy is 42 cm x12 cm and it weights 75 grams. It can be used for playing and/or as an interesting decoration.
  • Unique artist toy
  • Size: 43 cm x 14 cm x 5 cm
  • Fabric 100% Polyester
  • Movable wire inside
  • The print is colourfast
  • The print is abrasion resistant 
  • Eco durable printing technologies
  • Made in Slovakia
Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907, in Coyocoán, Mexico City, Mexico. She is one of Mexico's most famous artists and also a popular feminist icon, celebrated for her passionate indomitability in the face of life's trials. She's best known for her daring self-portraits depicting the suffering she experienced in her personal life. Frida Kahlo had polio as a child; at the age of 18 she broke her right leg and pelvis in a horrific bus accident, leading to a lifetime of chronic pain. Partially immobile after the accident, Kahlo began painting in the late 1920s. She married famed muralist Diego Rivera in 1929 and together they traveled to the United States, staying in Detroit and New York City in the early 1930s. Kahlo had exhibitions of her paintings in New York City and Paris in the 1930s and associated with some of the most famous painters in the world. Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were both known for their extramarital affairs (Kahlo was said to be a lover of Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky and of famous American singer Josephine Baker) and in 1940 they divorced for a short time before remarrying. During the 1940s, Frida Kahlo gained international recognition for her original colorful paintings that merged folklore motives with a strong autobiographic testimony, as well as for her bold public persona. She died in 1954, just after her 47th birthday. “I paint flowers so they will not die.”
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