A work from Tamera De Lempicka (1898-1980), this "Girl In The Green" tapestry shows the bold style of this artist from Warsaw from around 1930. This work is also known as Young Lady with Gloves and is described as a work representing her fascination with soft and synthetic cubism. Born as Maria Gorska, she is known as a Polish Art Deco painter who lived in Switzerland, Italy, Russia, Denmark, England, and France, and who travelled to New York in the United States and subsequently became a favorite artist among Hollywood stars. She would paint using a palette knife instead of brushes to create her distinctive style. Many current famous American singers and Hollywood stars still collect her work, and have been featured in their own art. The green girl here shows the distinctive Art Deco style which is a a hallmark of the work of De Lempicka. This art tapestry "Girl In The Green" is backed with lining and a tunnel for easy hanging.