This painting by Frida Kahlo appears in the article by Rebecca Kleinman, “Frida Kahlo Was a Painter, a Brand Builder, a Survivor. And So Much More,” NYTimes, 1-31-19. It’s interesting on many levels, not least for its depiction of the locks of shorn hair strewn about. What particularly got my attention was how it incorporates writing and a staff of music in D Major. (I may learn more about the music when I play it on guitar.) The writing, in Spanish, says the following:
Look, if I loved you it was because of the hair; now that you’re hairless I don’t love you any more.
(c) 2019 JMN.