Frida Kahlo, Dos Mujeres Mug

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Designed by our in-house team, this mug depicts two women who were maids in Kahlo’s mother’s household, the Casa Azul (Blue House). Dos Mujeres is currently on display as the centerpiece of the MFA's "Making Modern" exhibition.
Held privately in the United States since 1929—when it was purchased directly from the artist—Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia) was the first painting ever sold by Kahlo. It is now the first work by the artist to enter the Museum’s collection.

• Ceramic, 3 3/4"H x 3 1/4"W, holds 11 oz.
• Microwave-safe, but for lasting beauty we recommend hand washing.
• Sold individually.

Frida Kahlo, Mexican, 1907-1954.
Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia), 1928.
Oil on canvas.

Charles H. Bayley Picture and Paintings Fund, Sophie M. Friedman Fund, Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow Fund, Tompkins Collection - Arthur Gordon Tompkins fund, Gift of Jessie H. Wilkinson - Jessie H. Wilkinson fund, and Robert M. Rosenberg Fund. 2015.3130.
©2016 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.