From Kertèsz to MASSADA

Tamara de Lempicka portrayed herself in painting “Mon Portrait” sitting behind the wheel of a sports car. Her regular facial features, alabaster complexion, and statuesque profile liken the artist to ancient Greek sculptures. She looks strong and seductive in the iconic 1929 self-portrait painting . It is her best-known and most important subject.
The composition was inspired by an André Kertèsz photograph and exudes the bold, colorful Art Deco style for which she became famous.
Massada is both inspired by Tamara Lempicka and André Kertèsz in the 1925. Art Deco by MASSADA collection both in design and photography.