Leonor Fini, was one of the representative female Argentina artist in early 20th century. She lived in France. Associated with Surrealist movement, Fini's works relate strongly to her life experiences, her self-portraits and mythological paintings focused on eroticism and dreams. Born on August 30, 1907 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, she grow up in Italy. When Fini was young, she was obsessed on morbid subject and often drew cadavers at the local morgue. Though she didn't take formal fine-art education, she studied a lots the works of Italian Mannerist. In 1931, she moved to France, where she befriended Giorgio de Chirico, Max Ernst, and Leonora Carrington. Today, the artist's works are held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, and the Tate Modern in London, among others.