OMAHA, Neb. -- People in Omaha can now get a glimpse of the house of where acclaimed painter Frida Kahlo lived most of her life. 

The Museo Latino opened its exhibition "Frida Kahlo and the Blue House" on Friday. Kahlo's great niece, Cristina Kahlo, traveled to Nebraska to introduce it.

Frida Kahlo was a Mexican painter and is regarded as one of the most influential artists in the 20th century. She is best known for her self portraits.

“She is a multifaceted artist and she remains an interesting person for so many reasons, her life, her work, and she’s a great representation of what a woman is.”

Cristina curated the exhibition. It includes more than 40 photographs of the architecture and interior spaces of what Frida called her home most of her life. She first shared the home with her family and later with her husband, Diego Rivera.

She includes her own photographs and some taken by Diego Rivera, Antonio Kahlo, Lola Alvarez Brad, Florence Arquin and Juan Guzman.

The exhibition will be at the Museo Latino until July 27.