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  • About the Artist
Victor Vasarely was born in Hungary in 1906. He is known as the father of the Op Art movement. As a painter, he created intricate abstractions that suggested depth and dimensionality using a variety of optical illusions, with surfaces seeming to bulge out of the canvas. His works present color, form, and pattern as a single interconnected element—a concept that was critical to the foundation of the Op Art movement and the focus of his mature works. He died in 1997 in France.

Works by Victor Vasarely

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1983

100 x 100 cm

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1956

38.5 x 58 cm

1982

152 x 152 cm

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