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"Figure 8 Wood Sculpture 1970's" by Victor Vasarely - Reduced
Figure 8 Wood Sculpture 1970's Sculpture by Victor Vasarely
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Victor Vasarely

"Figure 8 Wood Sculpture 1970's"

1970
  • Sculpture : Wood

    Size : 26.77x12.2 x2.36 in  |  68x31 x6 cm
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Hand Signed : Lower Right
Condition : Other - This sculpture is in excellent condition. There are just a few small imperfections that are typical of artwork this age. Some slight wearing on botton . A little dent towards botton of green/brown side but paint still there.
Purchased from : Private Collector 2015
Provenance / History : Published by Circle Publishing.
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 81582
Victor Vasarely - Hungary

Art Brokerage: Victor Vasarely Hungarian Artist: b. 1906-1997. He is internationally recognized as one of the most important artists of the 20th century. He is the acknowledged leader of the Op Art movement, and his innovations in color and optical illusion have had a strong influence on many modern artists. In 1947, Vasarely discovered his place in abstract art. Influenced by his experiences at Breton Beach of Belle Isle, he concluded that "internal geometry" could be seen below the surface of the entire world. Vasarely was born in Pecs, Hungary in 1906. After receiving his baccalaureate degree in 1925, he began studying art at the Podolini-Volkmann Academy in Budapest. In 1928, he transferred to the Muhely Academy, also known as the Budapest Bauhaus, where he studied with Alexander Bortnijik. At the Academy, he became familiar with the contemporary research in color and optics by Jaohannes ltten, Josef Albers, and the Constructivists Malevich and Kandinsky. During the 1950's, Vasarely wrote a series of manifestos on the use of optical phenomena for artistic purposes. Together with his paintings, these were a significant influence on younger artists. Authenticated Victor Vasarely original paintings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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