Tamara de Lempicka Framed Print Adam and Eve
Stunning large print of 'Adam and Eve' by Tamara de Lempicka and in a stylish frame and mount. Originally painted in 1931, this spectacular piece of work was intended to be used as a poster for a film called 'Sexualism'. It depicts Adam embracing Eve who is holding an apple in her hand and is set with a background of stylised skyscrapers. Beautifully detailed, de Lempicka stated that the male model for Adam was a Policeman who happened to be doing his rounds in the neighbourhood. This artwork is printed on heavy weight 300 gsm professional lustre paper using archival inks meaning the colours will not fade. It has a card mount and the frame is fibreboard. The pane itself is perspex being much safer to hang in a home but also gives the artwork great clarity. Any marks on the photographs are just camera reflection. Black frame size: 53 x 43 x 1.5 cms. Silver frame: 54.5 x 44.5 x 1.5 cms. Shipping may take up to 10 days. Please note that framed prints are posted individually and cannot be combined with other items for shipping. 2 framed prints can however be sent together.