I still like the paintings of Tamara de Lempicka although I read a lot of criticism, naming her painting as too bended to then society's taste. She painted mainly women during the roaring 20s and 30s . A contemporary publication said " that de Łempicka's "models are modern women. They know neither hypocrisy nor shame of the bourgeois morality. They are tanned from the sun and wind, and their bodies are lithe as those of the Amazons". She achieved success in both Paris and Holywood and when her fame fades she moved to Mexico where she died in 1980.
The colours, especially the blue as well as the clothes in her paintings are still an inspiration.