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Frida's Flowers Art Print
Original artwork by Denisio Truitt printed on archival quality museum grade paper
Available in 3 sizes: 5x7", 8x10", 12x18" (actual paper size 5x7", 8.5x11" & 13x19", respectively)
Printed on 230 gsm acid-free, archival quality matte paper
Printed exclusively with authentic Canon ChromaLife100+ Inks
Ready to frame (frame not included)
Ships in 3-5 business days
Frida's Flowers is a digital collage comprised of a traditional Dan mask (Liberia, Côte d'Ivoire) and flower headpiece, a nod to Frida Kahlo and the floral headdresses in which she is often depicted. The Dan mask (specifically "Dean gle") represents an androgynous ideal of beauty with its full lips, almond eyes, a strong nose. The term “Gle" is used to refer to masks in Dan culture but also to the spiritual world, which can only be accessed through the donning of these masks during ceremonies.