Victor Vasarely

Victor Vasarely

Available Art by Victor Vasarely

Banaire By Victor Vasarely

Binaire – Victor Vasarely

Bi-Supernovae By Victor Vasarely

Bi-Supernovae – Victor Vasarely

Cassiopee-3 By Victor Vasarely

Cassiopee-3 – Victor Vasarely

About Victor Vasarely

Victor VasarelyThe French-Hungarian artist Victor Vasarely was born April 6, 1906 in Hungary. Heis most notably recognized for his work in founding the Op Art movement. His art utilizes geometric, dimensional shapes and vibrant graphics. Vasarely uses his technique to create illusion of special depth and captivate viewers of his work. Vasarely lists his inspiration as Wassily Kandinsky, Constructivism and Bauhaus design principles.

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Banaire By Victor Vasarely

Binaire – Victor Vasarely

Bi-Supernovae By Victor Vasarely

Bi-Supernovae – Victor Vasarely

Cassiopee-3 By Victor Vasarely

Cassiopee-3 – Victor Vasarely

Heckla Violet By Victor Vasarely

Heckla Violet – Victor Vasarely

Hexa-Vega By Victor Vasarely

Hexa-Vega – Victor Vasarely

Jerusa By Victor Vasarely

Jerusa – Victor Vasarely

Lom Lan By Victor Vasarely

Lom Lan – Victor Vasarely

Meandres Belle-Isle By Victor Vasarely

Meandres Belle-Isle – Victor Vasarely

Okta Folk By Victor Vasarely

Okta Folk – Victor Vasarely

Quasar-Kek By Victor Vasarely

Quasar-Kek – Victor Vasarely

Tuz 2-3 By Victor Vasarely

Tuz-2-3 – Victor Vasarely

Vega Multi By Victor Vasarely

Vega Multi – Victor Vasarely

Vega Or By Victor Vasarely

Vega-Or – Victor Vasarely

Vasarely set out for career in the medical field, studying medicine at university. Two years in, he decided to pursue painting and enrolled at Muhely Academy inBudapest, where he studied courses largely influenced by Bauhaus in Germany.

Vasarely moved to Paris in 1930 and worked as a graphic artist. He created proto-Op art pieces, namely, Zebra (1937). His style was based in Abstract Expressionism and Surrealism, and led him to developing his signature black and white checkerboard art works. His art can be found at the Tate Gallery in London, thePeggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, the Albright-Knox Gallery in Buffalo, and the Art Institute of Chicago. Vasarely died March 15, 1997 at the age of 90 in Paris.

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