Tamara de Lempicka beverage
Tamara de Lempicka Porcelain cup
„...for my inspiration ... I liked to go out in the evenings ... and have a good-looking man tell me how beautiful I am ...“
Tamara de Lempicka
Licensing of Tamara de Lempicka's Artwork
When someone mentions the Roaring Twenties, it conjures up the Jazz Age, flappers, Prohibition, the Charleston, gangsters, The Great Gatsby, Mary Pickford, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Designers and architects also remember the 20‘s for the Chrysler Building and the luxury liner Normandie.
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Our partner Posterlounge is your online shop for unique wall art. You can buy licensed art prints from their webpage. Every motif can be printed as a poster, on canvas, wood, Forex, Alu-Dibond and acrylic glass.
We recommend all Tamara de Lempicka fans the newly published Tamara de Lempicka book by the author Gilles Néret:
Author: Gilles Néret
Hardcover, 24 x 30 cm, 96 pages
The changing aspects of femininity and masculinity
Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980) stood at the center of the sophisticated Paris art world of the 1920s and 30s. Her love for beautiful women, elegant automobiles, and the modern metropolis provided not only motifs for her pictures, but also influenced her artistic style.
Simultaneously with her career as artist, Tamara de Lempicka pioneered a new image of life on the screen, evident in the new, self-confident woman and the changing aspects of femininity and masculinity.
The same sense of style was reflected in a futuristic cult of speed, domestic design forms promulgated by the Bauhaus, and the dandyism of a George Brummell. Tamara de Lempicka’s best-known painting, „Self-Portrait, or Tamara in a Green Bugatti“, presents the artist as a female dandy brimming with cool elegance.
Whether as an Art-Déco artist, a post-Cubist or a Neoclasissist, de Lempicka struck the taste of a cosmopolitan (and wealthy) public that found its own image reflected in her work.
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