„Monumental figurative paintings inspired by the speed of the machine age — smooth,
cylindrical, powerful — could be as cold as the steel of a newly minted car but instead are as hot and passionate as the artist behind them. The paintings of Tamara de Lempicka give viewers the same exciting feeling as driving a fast, sexy automobile. Lempicka, a truly modern woman living in Paris in the twenties between the wars, carefully crafted her own persona after the example of successful male artists before her. She was bold, rich, indulgent and sexually adventurous with both men and women. She took her cues from stage and film actresses—wearing glamorous fashions and even altering her name and fictionalizing some of her life story to suite different social occasions. Lempicka also carefully crafted her paintings to have the monumentality, chiaroscuro and restrained power of the classic Italian sculptures she loved so much while stylistically they reflected the aesthetics and ideals of Futurism“, Joan Cox, Tamara de Lempicka: Portrait of the New Woman.
Elegant, seductive women who peer alluringly from the works of Tamara de Lempicka, inspired us many times. This recreation was inspired by our beautiful Muse Katerina @katerinakashlakova and the portrait of Madame Allan Bott, painted by Lempicka in 1930 💓
Ещё одна реинкарнация образа с картины иконы арт-деко Тамары де Лемпицки. Портрет Мадам Аллан Ботт, написанный в 1930 году и наша прекрасная Муза Катерина @katerinakashlakova вдохновили нас на его воссоздание💓