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Jeune Fille Vert Fine Art Print
Jeune Fille Vert
32" x 44"
 
Price: $368.99
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Dormeuse Fine Art Print
Dormeuse
44" x 32"
 
Price: $368.99
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Jeune Fille Vert Fine Art Print
Jeune Fille Vert
23" x 27"
 
Price: $207.99
Sale: $103.99
Dormeuse Fine Art Print
Dormeuse
27" x 23"
 
Price: $207.99
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Portrait of Ira Fine Art Print
Portrait of Ira
18" x 24"
 
Price: $179.99
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Madame M Fine Art Print
Madame M
23" x 32"
 
Price: $237.99
Sale: $118.99
Femme a Colombe Fine Art Print
Femme a Colombe
23" x 27"
 
Price: $207.99
Sale: $103.99
Femme a Guitare Fine Art Print
Femme a Guitare
23" x 27"
 
Price: $207.99
Sale: $103.99
L'eclat Fine Art Print
L'eclat
32" x 44"
 
Price: $368.99
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Woman with Dove Fine Art Print
Woman with Dove
40" x 52"
 
Price: $583.99
Sale: $291.99
The Sleeper Fine Art Print
The Sleeper
16" x 14"
 
Price: $137.99
Sale: $68.99
L'eclat Fine Art Print
L'eclat
23" x 27"
 
Price: $207.99
Sale: $103.99
Portrait Of Ira Fine Art Print
Portrait Of Ira
32" x 44"
 
Price: $368.99
Sale: $184.49
Portrait of Ira Fine Art Print
Portrait of Ira
38" x 56"
 
Price: $591.99
Sale: $295.99
Portrait of a Man Fine Art Print
Portrait of a Man
22" x 32"
 
Price: $256.99
Sale: $128.49
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Tamara de Lempicka, (16 May 1898 – 18 March 1980) noted Art Deco painter, was born Maria Górska in a wealthy family in Warsaw, Poland. In 1914 she married a lawyer named Tadeusz Lempicki in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 1917, during the Russian Revolution, Tadeusz was arrested by the Bolsheviks. Although only seventeen years old, Tamara pleaded for, and finally secured, his release. The Lempickis then fled to Paris, France where she became known as Tamara de Lempicka. She studied art and became a well-known portrait painter, developing a distinctive and bold style, sometimes referred to as soft cubism, which epitomizes the cool modernism of Art Deco. She often used formal and narrative elements in her portraits and nude studies to produce overpowering effects of desire and seduction. Following World War I she became closely associated with lesbian and bisexual women in writing and artistic circles. At the outset of the Second World War she moved to Beverly Hills, California with her second husband, Baron Raoul Kuffner, whom she married in 1933. In 1943 they relocated to New York City where she continued to paint in her trademark style. After Baron Kuffner's death from a heart attack in 1962, Tamara moved to Houston, Texas and began painting in a new style, using a palette knife, rather than a brush, to lay down the paint. Her new paintings were not well received. She then swore that she would never exhibit her work again.
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