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English: Frida Kahlo, seated next to an agave plant, from a 1937 photo shoot for Vogue entitled "Señoras of Mexico".
This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: Long scratches, dust spots, and other such areas of small damage removed, some water damage at top edited out, general fixes, cropped to photograph, and a subtle exposure tweak (it was just a little bit on the light side)..

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Public domain This work is from the Toni Frissell collection at the Library of Congress. According to the library, there are no known copyright restrictions on the use of this work.
Toni Frissell has released into the public domain all images for which the library holds the original negative:
Images for which the Library holds original negative: Per the instrument of gift, Miss Frissell dedicated to the public the rights she held to original negatives in her collection, and she orally informed the Library that she held the rights to those images. This assertion is supported by Vogue Magazine, for which Miss Frissell was a staff photographer from 1933 to the late 1940s. They have informed the Library in writing that they claim no rights to images for which the Library holds the negatives. However, privacy and publicity rights may apply.

Images for which they have the original negatives are those whose call number begins LC-F9-01-, LC-F9-34-, LC-F9-02-, LC-F9-39-, LC-F9-03-, LC-F9-53-, LC-F9-04-, LC-F9-54-, LC-F9-11-, LC-F9-56-, or LC-F9-30-.

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This image has the call number LC-F9-01-3707-25 -4 [P&P], and thus public domain applies.

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