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Dolores Olmedo Foundation

Dolores Olmedo Foundation, Mexico

(1908-Present, Mexico, Museum) Biography

Dona Rosita Morillo painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
Flower of Life painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
Portrait of Eva Frederick painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
Dona Rosita Morillo
Frida Kahlo
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Flower of Life
Frida Kahlo
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Portrait of Eva Frederick
Frida Kahlo
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Portrait of the Engineer Eduardo Morillo Safa painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
Portrait of Virginia painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
Porttrait of Alicia Galant painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
Portrait of the Engineer Eduardo Morillo Safa
Frida Kahlo
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Portrait of Virginia
Frida Kahlo
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Porttrait of Alicia Galant
Frida Kahlo
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Self-Portrait with Small Monkey painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
The Broken Column painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
The Bus painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
Self-Portrait with Small Monkey
Frida Kahlo
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The Broken Column
Frida Kahlo
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The Bus
Frida Kahlo
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The Deceased Dimas painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
The Mask painting reproduction, Frida Kahlo
The Deceased Dimas
Frida Kahlo
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The Mask
Frida Kahlo
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Dolores Olmedo Foundation Paintings

The Museo Dolores Olmedo (or the Dolores Olmedo Museum) is an art museum in the capital of Mexico, based on the collection of the Mexican businesswoman Dolores Olmedo. Donating her entire collection of art including pre-Hispanic, colonial, folk, modern and contemporary art, the Dolores Olmedo Patiņo Museum host the greatest collection of Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Angelina Beloff. Upon her death in 2002, she left funds for taking care of her museum (Dolores Olmedo Museum in English), now open to the public.


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