Victor Vasarely, Quasar, Serigraph
This composition by Victor Vasarely features a rich blue gradient; the edges midnight blue transitioning into baby blue. Each layer is concentric squares, with each square composed of diamond shapes fanning outwards. Considered the father of Optical Art, also known as Op Art, Victor Vasarely (1908-1997) was trained as a graphic artist in his native Hungary until he emigrated to Paris in 1930. From there he developed his signature style, geometric abstract compositions that use a minimal number of forms and colors. This serigraph is signed and numbered in pencil, edition: 148/200. Unframed.
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 26¼ in | WIDTH: 26¼ in
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