Iconic 20th-century artist Frida Kahlo has one of the best-known faces on the planet, but the world at large has never heard the Mexican painter's voice – until, possibly, now.
Kahlo, who is instantly recognizable with her convention-defying unibrow, spent her life as a painter in the daunting artistic shadow of her husband, the muralist Diego Rivera.
And while there are many silent films of her, the Mexican culture ministry says there are no known audio recordings.
But one may just have been found in the private collection of a legendary host from Mexico's "golden age . . .