The Op Art of Victor Vasarely

Ambiguous, Miscellaneous 18 February 2013 5 Comments

Victor Vasarely is the father of Op Art and recognized as one of the 20th centuries most important artists.  His use of color, geometry and optical illusion in his art yielded fantastic results and influenced scores of younger artists.  As such, his paintings are in the permanent collections of museums around the globe and admired on a daily basis.  The example below shows a series of blue and red squares that come together to form a very ambiguous geometric pattern.

Victor Vasarely

More of Victor Vasarely’s op art works can be found by reading the full post.  You can also find more by visiting the official website of Victor Vasarely.

Victor Vasarely Artwork

Victor Vasarely Artwork

Victor Vasarely Artwork

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5 Responses on “The Op Art of Victor Vasarely”

  1. masodo says:

    These are very cool – I enjoy this type of art. Thanks!

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  3. Shea Short says:

    Exquisite! Excellent layout & detail. I work in geomtric design & illusions! The art work here is nothing less than spectacular!

  4. Precious says:

    I love this type of work! I’m focusing on it for my A-Level Art and what I’m seeing here is inspiring me to make great new pieces of artwork. Thank you Victor Vasarely!

  5. Ben says:

    Beautiful amazing so cool

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