Frida Kahlo: Henry Ford Hospital, 1932. Also known as The Flying Bed , this is arguably the most painful self portrait that Frida Kahlo ever painted. Not only had she just suffered her second miscarriage, she was also beginning to realize that she could never carry a pregnancy to term. Additionally, these physical and emotional agonies had to be faced in a foreign city that she detested, and in which she felt completely estranged.
Frida Kahlo - Henry Ford Hospital, 1932 I know this is somewhat controversial but I've always admired this painting and the way Frida poured all of her pain at the time into it. Its just bursting with emotions.
Henry Ford Hosipital shows Frida had suffered a miscarriage in the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. In this disturbing work, Kahlo paints herself lying on her back in a hospital bed after a miscarriage.