This is a very fine, rare, hand signed serigraph by Victor Vasarely. This dates to the early 1970's. This is one of the "Vega" series that he did in the early 1970's.
Vega in Blue.
This is a nice large piece.
Widely considered the father of Op Art, the Hungarian-born artist Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) was instrumental not only in provoking a school of thought based on the relationship between art and science, but in creating some of the most striking geometric paintings in the history of late Modernism.
First coming to prominence in Europe, Vasarely's work was included in the ground-breaking 1965 exhibition "The Responsive Eye" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In the years following this exhibit, Vasarely rose to international attention, opening art and culture to an imagery shaped by digital applications and creating, with his optical icons, a new direction for art.
Colorful serigraph featuring Vasarely's signature 3D geometric opt art.
Metal chrome-tone frame. Professionally matted and framed as shown.
This is a large artwork that can support a large area. It measures:
28" by 28" square (total framed size)
18" by 18" image size (inside matt).
Signed in pencil and numbered 25/250.
The artwork is as new - framed and hung out of direct sunlight for 40+ years. The matting is still bright white with no light or age damage.
The frame may have light scratches here and there from storage and handling but looks great on the wall.
We have recently acquired this piece and have priced it well below market for a quick sale.
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