Vasarely was trained as an artist in Budapest in the Bauhaus tradition. In 1930 he left Hungary and settled in Paris, where he initially supported himself as a commercial artist but continued to do his own work. During the 1930s he was influenced by Constructivism, but by the 1940s his characteristic style of painting animated surfaces of geometric forms and interacting colours had emerged. His style reached maturity in the mid-1950s and 1960s, when he began using brighter, more vibrant colours to further enhance the suggestion of movement through optical illusion.
Victor Vasarely : Kedzi-Vega
Original edition from 1974 by Éditions du Griffon Neuchatel.
Large offset Lithograph with vibrant colours
Conditions : very good
No scratches, never been framed
With the editor stamp on the back.
On strong cardboard 280g with a glossy finish
Dimension : 60 x 60 cm
Shipping: International tracked service well protected in large tube
- Victor Vasarely
- Título da obra de arte
- Litografia offset
- Selo do artista
- Éditions du Griffon
- Como novo
- Tamanho da imagem
- 60×60 cm
- Vendido com moldura