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Nadia Blue Encaustic Tile

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Victor Vasarely 1906-1997 Gestalt 4, 1970 Op Art is short for 'optical art'. It was an abstract style that emerged in the 1960's based on the illusionistic effects of line, shape, pattern and color. Op Artists such as Victor Vasarely, Bridget Riley and Richard Anuszkiewicz play with the perception of the viewer by subverting the picture plane with ambiguous shapes, shifting tones and dynamic color relationships. Although Op Art images are static they generate the illusion of movement with...

Arts&English for young students: Optical illusions: Op-art and street Art

[New Blog] Op Art for the Stylish Masses   Learn how this 1960s art movement influenced our Op Art jewelry collection.  Photo: Movement in Squares by Bridget Riley, 1961

Op Art for the Stylish Masses

ARTE ÒPTICO El Arte Óptico es un movimiento pictórico nacido en Estados Unidos en abril del año 1958, en una exposición celebrada en la galería francesa de Denis René. El movimiento artístico quedó…

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ARTE ÒPTICO El Arte Óptico es un movimiento pictórico nacido en Estados Unidos en abril del año 1958, en una exposición celebrada en la galería francesa de Denis René. El movimiento artístico quedó…

Untitled by Matilde Pérez

Untitled by Matilde Pérez on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

Jean-Pierre Vasarely (1934–2002), professionally known as Yvaral, was a French artist working in the fields of op-art and kinetic art from 1954 onwards. He was the son of Victor Vasarely. In 1975 he coined the phrase 'Numerical Art' to describe artwork composed (or programmed) according to numerical rules or algorithms. From this time onwards he used computers to digitally process and manipulate images, although the final images were always hand painted.

Jean-Pierre Vasarely professionally known as Yvaral, was a French artist working in the fields of op-art and kinetic art from 1954 onwards. He was the son of Victor Vasarely.

Luiz Sacilotto - 1956

Luiz Sacilotto, 1956 Luiz Sacilotto was a Brazilian painter, draftsman and sculptor.