Tamara de Lempicka – A Rainha da Art Déco

Tamara de Lempicka [16 May 1898 – 18 Mar 1980] was a pioneer in the development of Art Deco, the most famous movement of her time, marked by the geometric motifs, bright colours and forthright forms of the 1920s aesthetic. The roots of this classic, symmetrical and linear style, which reached its peak between 1925 and 1935, can be traced back to prior movements like Cubism and Futurism, as well as to the influence of the Bauhaus. Lempicka was one of its outstanding representatives in the realm of the visual arts, for which she proved to be a true revolution.

O Palácio de Gaviria em Madrid acolhe a Exposição “Tamara de Lempicka – Reina del Art Déco”, organizada pela Arthemisia [ 5 Outubro 2018 – 26 Maio 2019]

The Girls, c.1930

The Polish Girl, 1933

The Blue Scarf, 1930

La Belle Rafaela, 1927


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