VASARELY "TER-A2 BLUE GOLD TOTEM" SCULPTURE, 1980
Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) is considered as the father of the Op Art movement.
Typically the best examples of this genre display hypnotic abstract patterns that seem to be in motion.
Other works suggest depths of field made from detailed arrangements of forms and colors.
While Vasarely is renowned for his painting and prints he also completed a small number of sculptures.
These three-dimensional creations are the ideal platform for his fantastic optical patterns.
His sculptures are hard to come-by and have major impact when on display.
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From an edition of 100
Lithograph and paint on wood
Very good condition.
France, circa 1980
18"H 9.5"W 2"D