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Victor Vasarely
Victor Vasarely Op Art Signed Limited Edition Mid Century Era Print

1965

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Victor Vasarely ((French 1906 - 1997) "ME-TA (FROM BACH)" 1965 Silkscreen print Signed lower right Titled and numbered lower left Edition 31 out of 200 Full sheet 29 1/2in H x 24 1/4in L

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  • Creator
  • Creation Year
    1965
  • Dimensions
    Height: 29.5 in. (74.93 cm)Width: 24.25 in. (61.6 cm)
  • Medium
  • Movement & Style
  • Period
  • Condition
    Print overall in good condition. Evidence of mounting tape on verso. Slight roughness to corners, easily covered with a mat.
  • Gallery Location
    San Rafael, CA
  • Reference Number
    Seller: 111-1601stDibs: LU108413912872

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About Victor Vasarely (Artist)

Widely considered the grandfather of Op art, the French-Hungarian painter Victor Vasarely (1906–97) created eye-popping geometric abstractions that play with the viewer’s perception of depth, perspective and motion. A classic example is the 1937 Zebra, which consists of undulating black and white stripes that suggest the form of the titular animal through optical trickery. The work is often credited as the earliest Op art painting.

Such illusions were more than pleasing tricks for Vasarely, who insisted that “pure form and pure color can signify the world.” He wanted to “democratize” art by producing works in large editions at reasonable prices that were understandable across national and cultural boundaries. In the 1960s, he developed an alphabet plastique, or fine art alphabet, consisting of elementary visual building blocks that could be used in endless combinations to create original compositions. By employing this universal visual vocabulary and stripping away topical references, he sought to create what he called a “Planetary Folklore.”

Embodying Vasarely’s singular belief that art should serve a social function, accessible to all, these innovations may perhaps be his greatest contribution to 20th-century art.

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