French Art Deco Style Mosaic Wall
after Tamara De Lempicka's 'The Two Girlfriends'
Circa 1930 art, recreated in the 21st century
Stunning large wall mosaic panel,
depicting two women, entitled "The Two Girlfriends".
This piece is done completely in shades of shimmering black, white
and grey glass tiles.
These photos do not do justice to the beauty of this mosaic, the
depth and glistening qualities
that you see in person are difficult to capture with a camera.
Talented (and very patient) Artisans
have used thousands of tiles to create this dramatic
wall panel that towers over 6 feet high.
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Dimensions: 77" tall, 39" wide, 2"
Due to the weight of
this piece we highly recommend that this piece is secured on a wall
Condition: Excellent, new, made to
order. 12-14 week lead time.
Currently In Stock for immediate Purchase & Shipment
Item # DAWA01:
Price: $ 10,200.
Tamara DeLempicka (1898-1980) is one of the best known artists of
the Art Deco era. Her paintings rarely come on the market and when
they do, they command six and seven figures. Born in to a wealthy
Polish family, she was educated in Switzerland, then lived in St.
Petersburg Russia, married, had a daughter and then moved to Paris
where she became well known and respected for her talents. She lived
a very colorful life and made no apologies. Pictured here is the
original circa 1930 painting that this mosaic was created after,
along with a couple of period pictures of the artist herself.
The original Painting and Artist shown