Tamara de Lempicka, Polish Artist with Unique Style

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Tamara de Lempicka (1898 –1980) was a Polish Art Deco painter, scandalous, bohemian, unique, and “the first woman artist to be a glamour star”.

She was influenced by “soft cubism” and by the “synthetic cubism” of Maurice Denis, epitomizing the sensual side of the Art Deco movement. Her artistic style was distinctive and bold and developed very quickly, and her technique was novel, clean, precise, and elegant.

For today we chose some of her softies’ portraits, from her where she celebrates the beauty of women…

High Summer, 1928
High Summer, 1928
La Dormeuse, 1928
La Dormeuse, 1928
La Musicienne, 1929
La Musicienne, 1929
The blue scarf, 1930
The Blue Scarf, 1930
The straw hat, 1930
The Straw Hat, 1930
Young girl with gloves, 1930
Young Girl With Gloves, 1930
The sleeping girl kizette, 1933
The Sleeping Girl Kizette, 1933
The Polish Girl, 1933
The Polish Girl, 1933