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About Tamara de Lempicka Oil Paintings

Tamara de Lempicka 1898 - 1980, hand painted famous artist fine art deco oil paintings!
The studio of Tamara de Lempicka, Diva of Deco and Decadence, 1898-1980.

     Tamara was born in 1898 in Warsaw and educated in Switzerland. The Diva of Deco and Decadence, Lempicka's life of 82 years was one of exhausting worldliness. She hated all that was mediocre or bourgeois. She felt she deserved everything which came her way and was interested only in those she considered the better class — aristocrats, the intellectual elite and the rich — the people who had the discretionary income in 1941 for paintings such as Calla Lilies.
     Lempicka associated only
with

 those who could help her or feed her ego. "I live on the fringe of society, and the rules of normal society have no currency for those on the fringe."
     Lempicka first made a name for herself at the Art Deco Exhibition in Paris in 1925. "I was the first woman to paint cleanly, and that was the basis of my success. From a hundred pictures, mine will always stand out. And so the galleries began to hang my work in their best rooms, always in the middle, because my painting was attractive. It was precise. It was 'finished'."
          After a number of affairs with more than a few wealthy and powerful patrons, in 1933 she divorced her first husband, Tadeusz, and married Baron Raoul Kuffner. Six years later they moved to the United States. Although her output decreased, she enjoyed a number of exclusive exhibitions at the Paul Reinhart Gallery, Julian Levy's, Courvoisier Galleries, and the Milwaukee Institute of Art. It was during this period she painted Calla Lilies, Adam and Eve as well as Key and Hand.
     In 1960 she changed her style  from art deco to abstract art and began creating art works with a spatula. When the Baron died in1962 she more or less ended her career. She died in Mexico in 1980.

     Below we list some of Lempicka's most famous paintings. We welcome comments about them and invite you to vote for your favorite. However, please be informed that our time is very limited and we get many inquiries every day.
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Adam and Eve, 1932, 46.5 x 29.1 in. / 118 x 74 cm
Andromeda, 1927, 39 x 25.6 in. / 99 x 65 cm
Amethyst, 32 x 24 in. / 81.3 x 61 cm
At Opera, 1931, 36 x 24 in. / 91.4 x 61 cm
Autoportrait | Tamara in Green Bugatti, 32 x 24 in. / 81.3 x 61 cm
Beautiful Rafaela, 1927, 162.7x 35.8 in. / 64 x 91 cm
Calla Lily, 1931, 21.8 x 14 in. / 55.3 x 35.5 cm
Chapeau de Paille, 26 x 20 in. / 66.1 x 50.8 cm
Eune Fille a la Fenetre, 32 x 26 in. / 81.3 x 66.1 cm
Girl, 1928, 49.6 x 32.3 in. / 126 x 82 cm
Girl with Glove, 1929, 20.9 x 15.4 in. / 53 x 39 cm
Girl with Guitar, 1963, 24 x 31.1 in. / 61 x 79 cm
Green Turban, 1925, 24 x 20 in. / 61 x 50.8 cm
Group of Four Nudes, 1925, 51.5 x 31.9 n. / 130.8 x 81 cm
High Summer, 1928, 13.8 x 10.2 in. / 35 x 27 cm
Idyll, 1931, 32 x 24 in. / 81.3 x 61 cm
Key and Hand, 1941, 14.2 x 18.9 in. / 36 x 48 cm
Kizette in Pink, 1927, 52.4 x 22.4 in. / 133 x 57 cm
Kizette on Balcony, 1927, 49.6 x 32.3 in. / 126 x 82 cm
Lady in Blue with Guitar, 1929, 45.7 x 29.5 in. / 116 x 75 cm
Lady in Blue, 1939, 20 x 16 in. / 50.8 x 40.6 cm
Lady with Green Glove, 39.4 x 25.6 in. / 100 x 65 cm
Lady in Yellow, 30.7 x 46.5 in. / 78 x 118 cm
Model, 1925, 45.7 x 28.7 in. / 116 x 73 cm
Mother Superior, 1939, 8.7 x 10.6 in. / 22 x 27 cm
Nude, 1924, 27.6 x 23.1 in. / 70 x 58.4 cm
Orange Turban, 1945, 10.6 x 8.7 in. / 27 x 22 cm
Portrait of a Man | Incomplete aka
Portrait of Tadeusz de Lempicki, 1928,49.6 x 32.3 in. / 126 x 82 cm
Portrait of Arlette Boucard, 1928, 27.6 x 51.2 in. / 70 x 130 cm
Portrait of Count Furstenberg Herdingen, ca., 1925, 16.1 x 10.6 in. / 41 x 27 cm
Portrait of Dr Boucard, 1929, 53.1 x 29.5 in. / 135 x 75 cm
Portrait of Duchess de la Salle, 1925, 63.4 x 37.8 in. / 161 x 96 cm
Portrait of H.I.H. Grand Duke Gobriel, 1927, 45.7 x 25.6 in. / 116 x 65 cm
Portrait of Ira P, 36 x 24 in. / 91.4 x 61 cm
Portrait of Madame Boucard, 1931, 53.1 x 29.5 in. / 135 x 75 cm
Portrait of Man, Baron Kuffner, 1932, 13.7 x 10.4 in. / 34.9 x 26.4 cm
Portrait of Marjorie Ferry, 1932,39 x 25.6 in. / 99 x 65 cm
Portrait of Marquis d'Afflitto, 1925, 32.3 x 51.2 in. / 82 x 130 cm
Portrait of Marquis Sommi, 1925, 41.3 x 28.7 in. / 105 x 73 cm
Portrait of Nana de Herrera, 1929, 47.6 x 25.2 n. / 121 x 64 cm
Portrait of Pierre de Montaut, 1933, 16.9 x 11.8 in. / 43 x 30 cm
Portrait of Prince Eristoff, 1925, 25.6 x 36.2 in. / 65 x 92 cm
Portrait of Suzy Solidor, 1933, 18.1 x 15 in. / 46 x 38 cm
Portrait of Woman, 1930, 39 x 25.6 in. / 99 x 65 cm
Reclining Nude, 1925, 14.9 x 21.5 in. / 37.8 x 54.5 cm
Romana de la Salle, 1929, 40 x 24 in. / 101.6 x 61 cm
Seated Nude, 1925, 24 x 15 in. / 61 x 38 cm
Sleeping Woman, 1930, 13.8 x 14.6 in. / 35 x 37 cm
Sleeping Woman, 1935, 13 x 16.5 in. / 33 x 42 cm
Spring, 1928, 15.7 x 13 in. / 40 x 33 cm
St. Moritz, 1929, 13.8 x 10.2 in. / 35 x 26 cm
Surrealist Hand, 27.2 x 19.6 in. / 69.2 x 49.8 cm
Surrealist Lanscape, 13.5 x 10.5 in. / 34.3 x 26.7 cm
The Telephone, 1930, 32 x 24 in. / 81.3 x 61 cm
Two Friends, 1923, 51.2 x 63 in. / 130 x 160 cm
Venice in Rain, 1960, 26 x 35.8 in. / 66 x 91 cm
Woman in Black Dress, 1923, 76.8 x 23.2 in. / 195 x 60 cm
Women Bathing, 1929
Young Girl in Green, 32 x 24 in. / 81.3 x 61 cm
Young Ladies, 1927, 16.1 x 13 in. / 41 x 33 cm
     

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