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1906 - 1997

Victor Vasarely

Victor Vasarely is widely considered to be the father of “Op Art”—making images that we could easily create today with computers but that in the middle parts of the Twentieth Century required a magical combination of mathematical and creative genius to create.

Vasarely’s facility with color and shapes and movement makes his works not merely those of the father of Op Art but exemplars of the style.

Few museums with modern art lack work by Vasarely.  His work can be found at the Guggenheim, MOMA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, and the Yale University Art Gallery.

Works by this Artist