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Live art in the fast lane with this essential introduction to Tamara de Lempicka, the Russian emigré who moved to Paris, took up painting and left one of the most vivid visual documents of the Roaring Twenties. From her iconic Self-Portrait in the Green Bugatti to portraits of high-society patrons, this book traces the artist’s unique visual language and its privileged place in the annals of interwar art.