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Tamara Drawing - Tamaras Portrait by Miguel Rodriguez

Tamara's Portrait is a drawing by Miguel Rodriguez which was uploaded on December 7th, 2012.

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What a nice thing to say Miguel...thank you! And yes...she is..always...L+K back to you too!

Thank you mother was from Poland like me...and she died when I was only five years old...I wish I could remember her..xx

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Sad to learn that Jolanta. I am 100% sure that she's very proud of you. The positive thing about something like this is that she is ALWAYS with you.... L+K

Oh, my!! What a brilliant drawing you created Miguel...isn't she beautiful woman?? I just love your work..and I love the way you drew the veil over her face...pure magic! She also looks like my mother too!! haha fantastic work...f/v

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

I see beauty all over you. I can only imagine your mother. All women are beautiful... It's in their nature.... Question: was your mother from Poland, like you?.

This lady looks like my mother!! Who was she? Gorgeous drawing Miguel!! F/V.

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

She was a famous Polish painter her name was Tamara de Lempicka, she is the REAL artist behind the Dormeuse... She created it. she passed away in 1980. You can find out more here:

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Your mother SURE IS BEAUTIFUL!!!. As so are YOU. Blessings my friend.

Buen dibujo Miguel!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Gracias Tocayo. Me alegra mucho que te haya gustado este escorzo. Recibe mi admiracion y grandes Bendiciones.

Very expresive...excellent drawing !

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you my friend. You know, I keep showing everybody your rendition of Giovanni's Madonna at Prayer... FANTASTIC!.

Miguel, iMe encanta! This is a wonderful and beautiful drawing. Your work is awesome. Thank you for your comment today. I am VERY honored and so very happy to have the porttrait that you did for me. Tu amiga siempre, Anne F/V

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you my dear Anne. It is a true HONOR to have you as a friend.

Beautiful drawing!

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you Gun. Re visited your portfolio... WOW, got to add you to my watch list...

amazingly beautiful work Miguel...fv

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

Thank you so much Madam. Just visited your profile GEE... YOU ARE GORGEOUS!! Fabulous Portrait... Mr. Robbins is a GREAT MAN! and FANTASTIC ARTIST!. GOD Bless you my dear Friend

In March 1939, Lempicka arrived in New York, along with her latest paintings. She had also brought along several of her large-scale classics - such as "The Musician" (B.117) - which she planned to display together with the new works. Despite the hassle of settling in and preparing several shows (in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Milwaukee), she managed to find time for several very ambitious creations, such as "Wisdom" (B.221) and "At the Opera" (B.222), which she had started before leaving..... Iterested?... find out more here:

Miguel Rodriguez replied:

QUOTE: Among a hundred paintings, you could recognize mine, my goal was: Do not copy. Create a new style, ...colors light and bright, return to elegance in my models." ..... Tamara de Lempicka

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