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By Gioia Mori

Tamara Łempicka, generally called Tamara de Lempicka (16 may possibly 1898 – 18 March 1980), born Maria Górska in Warsaw, Congress Poland, then a part of the Russian Empire used to be a Polish paintings Deco painter and "the first lady artist to be a glamour star".

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La Polacca errante
Lezioni di Stile
los angeles cecità di André Gide
La bella Maniera
Un Romanov salvato da Gorkij
Tempi moderni
Suzy Solidor, "malouine"
Tamara dei Salon
Esercizi di Stili
Quandro cronologico
Bibliografia

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