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The Art of Andrea Mary Marshall

As a strange hybrid of photography and painting, confessional artistAndrea Mary Marshall creates complex portraits in the style of Mexican artist FridaKahlo. Known for her obsessive self-portraits, Kahlo’s bizarre yet honestrepresentation of herself contrasts with the slim, porcelain skinned modelsMarshall has chosen to share half of her face and body. This homage spills intothe artist’s own self portraits, painted with a similar fascination of theintense convergence of beauty, sexuality and pain. View more of the intriguingworks after the jump.

As a strange hybrid of photography and painting, confessional artist Andrea Mary Marshall creates complex portraits in the style of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Known for her obsessive self-portraits, Kahlo’s bizarre yet honest representation of herself contrasts with the slim, porcelain skinned models Marshall has chosen to share half of her face and body. This homage spills into the artist’s own self portraits, painted with a similar fascination of the intense convergence of beauty, sexuality and pain. View more of the intriguing works below.

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