Tamara de Lempicka

Tamara de Lempicka (born Maria Gorska) was a prolific painter who often worked on commission for the rich and famous.

Although she also made prints, Lempicka is best known for her paintings, which range from figurative to abstract and encompass portraits, figure studies, nudes, still lifes, urban scenes, and religious figures.

Lempicka got her start in Paris, where she moved with her husband shortly after the Russian Revolution of 1917. There she honed her artistic skills and established herself as a portraitist, working in an art deco style.

Between the two World Wars, the artist’s clientele included writers, fellow artists, scientists, and many of Eastern Europe’s exiled nobility. Lempicka’s career waned with the increasing popularity of abstraction during the postwar period, but she continued to paint until the end of her life.

Tamara de Lempicka(出生于Maria Gorska)是一位多产的画家,经常为富人和名人委托工作。 虽然她也制作版画,但Lempicka最出名的是她的画作,从比喻到抽象,包括肖像,人物研究,裸体,静物,城市场景和宗教人物。 Lempicka在1917年俄国革命后不久与她的丈夫在巴黎开始了她的生活。在那里,她磨练了自己的艺术技巧,并确立了自己的肖像画,以装饰艺术风格工作。 在两次世界大战之间,艺术家的客户包括作家,艺术家,科学家以及许多东欧流亡的贵族。随着战后时期抽象的日益普及,Lempicka的职业生涯逐渐消退,但她继续画画直到生命结束。