Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) VP-Cheyt 75 screenprint in colours, 1975, signed in pencil, numbered 57/250, on thick wove paper, with full margins, 1026 x 540 mm (40 3/8 x 21 1/4 in)
Designer & Manufacturer: Victor Vasarely Markings: signed; e. 135/150 Country of Origin & Materials: Hungarian; lithograph Additional Information & Circa: Lithograph by Victor Vasarely (1908-1997). The Collectors Guild, Ltd. (New York) label on reverse. "Denise Rene Editeur" blind stamp. Vasarely is well listed and known as a founder of Optical Art. His works are included in almost every museum in the world having a collection of contemporary art. Dimensions: 27.25"h, 13.75"w; 32"h…
Composition by Victor Vasarely
planetaryfolklore: flasd: Victor Vasarely’s ‘Riu-Kiu’ (1960)
Victor Vasarely, Leader of the Op Art Movement: Vasarely poses in front of one…
This is interesting as it shows Vaserely's thought process as it has the straight lines on the right hand side, becoming more and more bent as we go leftwards.
Victor Vasarely was a Hungarian–French artist whose work is generally seen as aligned with Op-art. His work entitled Zebra, created in the 1930s, is considered by some to be one of the earliest examples of Op-art. Vasarely died in Paris in 1997.
Victor Vasarely. Vásárhelyi Győző, known as Victor Vasarely was an artist who is often regarded as the father of Op Art. He began to study medicine in Hungary, but left the race after two years. Wikipedia