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Where to Find Frida’s Paintings
NOTE: Linked painting titles indicate a picture of the painting is available on the Web.

Painting Date Location
Accident Sketch 1926 Collection of Juan Coronel, Cuernavaca, Mexico
Self-Portrait 1926 Private collection, Mexico City
The Bus 1929 Collection of Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City
Self-Portrait (Time Flies) 1929 Collection of Antony Bryan
Self-Portrait with pink background, blue blouse 1930 Collection of Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City
Frida and Diego (Wedding Portrait) 1931 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Henry Ford Hospital 1932 Collection of Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City
Frida and the Miscarriage lithograph 1932 Collection of Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City
My Birth 1932 Madonna's collection, United States
Self-Portrait Between the Borderline of Mexico and the United States 1932 Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Reyero, New York
A Few Small Nips 1935 Collection Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City
Self-Portrait with Curly Hair 1935 Private collection, California
My Grandparents, Parents, and I 1936 Museum of Modern Art, New York
Me and my Doll 1937 Private collection, Mexico City
Memory of the Heart ("Memory") 1937 Private collection, Paris
Portrait of Diego Rivera 1937 Private collection, Mexico City
Self-Portrait Dedicated to Leon Trotsky 1937 National Museum of Women in the Arts
My Nurse and I 1937 Collection of Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City
Four Inhabitants of Mexico 1938 Private collection, California
Girl with Death Mask 1938 Private collection, Monterrey, California
What the Water Gave Me 1938 Isadore Ducasse Fine Arts, New York
The Frame 1938 Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre, Georges Pompidou, Paris
Fruits of the Earth 1938 Collection Banco Nacional de Mexico
Tunas 1938 The Robert Holmes à Court collection, Perth, Australia
Pitahayas 1938 Madison Art Center, Madison Wisconsin
Two Fridas 1939 Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City
Two Nudes in a Forest 1939 Mary-Anne Martin/Fine Arts, New York
The Suicide of Dorothy Hale 1939 Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix
Self-Portrait with Monkey 1938 Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
The Dream 1940 Private collection, New York
The Wounded Table 1940 Collection unknown
Self-Portrait 1940 Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, Austin
Self-Portrait 1940 Private collection, United States
Self-Portrait to Dr. Eloesser 1940 Collection of the Estate of Dr. Leo Eloesser
Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair 1940 Museum of Modern Art, New York
Self-Portrait with Bonito (monkey & parrot) 1941 Private collection, United States
Self-Portrait with Monkeys 1943 Gelman Collection
Self-Portrait as a Tehuana (Diego on my Mind) 1943 Gelman Collection, Mexico City
Roots 1943 Collection of Marilyn O. Lubetkin
Portrait of Dona Rosita Morillo 1944 Collection of Museo Dolores Olmedo Patina, Mexico City
The Broken Column 1944 Collection Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City
Without Hope 1945 Collection of Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico City
The Little Deer 1946 Collection of Mrs. Carolyn Farb, Houston
Tree of Hope 1946 Isadore Ducasse Fine Arts, New York
Self-Portrait with Loose Hair 1947 Private collection, Des Moines, Iowa
Diego and I 1949 Mary-Anne Martin/Fine Arts Collection, New York
The Love Embrace of the Universe, the Earth (Mexico), Me, Diego, and Mr. Xolotl 1949 Collection Jorge Contreras Chacel, Mexico City
Self-Portrait with the Portrait of Doctor Farill 1951 Private collection, Mexico City
Still Life with Parrot 1951 Collection of Harry Ransom Humanities Reseach Center, University of Texas
Frida and Stalin 1954 Museo Frida Kahlo, Mexico City
Marxism Will Give Health to the Sick 1954 Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City
Viva la Vida 1954 Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City


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