Victor vasarely

Victor Vasarely, French (1906-1997) - "Vega", Acrylic on canvas (Detail) ~~~MondoBlogo post with optical artwork by different artists

Victor Vasarely, French - "Vega", Acrylic on canvas (Detail) with optical artwork by different artists

Victor Vasarely  This would be an amazing quilt.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Victor Vasarely- i like the way in which this piece creates and optical illusion of squares and diamonds. Because each stripe overlaps and has been placed in a certain way the image creates an optical illusion of the shapes.

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.

Learning Curve on the Ecliptic: Arty Farty Op Art Friday ~ Victor Vasarely & Bridget Riley

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)

Recherche Documentaire Illusion - Victor Vasarely VP-Cheyt 75 screenprint in colours, signed in pencil, numbered on thick wove paper, with full margins, 1026 x 540 mm x 21 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…

Country of Origin & Materials: Hungarian; lithograph Additional Information & Circa: Lithograph by Victor Vasarely The Collectors Guild, Ltd. (New York) label on reverse.

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Can You See Through These Illusions?

Op Art is so inspirational for Zentangle patterns and Zentangle Inspired Art. This piece of optical art really inspires me to create an illusion thats

Victor Vasarely.                                             www.bullesconcept.com

The disturbance in the perfect consistent circles creates a fantastic illusion of depth in the piece. This will be so dramatic in my final piece.

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