Victor Vasarely

Victor Vasarely

Victor Vasarely born Vásárhelyi Gyozo
birth 9 April 1906, Pécs
died on 15 March 1997, Paris
was a Hungarian French artist
whose work is generally seen as
aligned with Op-art. His work entitled Zebra, created by Vasarely in the 1930s, is considered by some to be one of the earliest examples of Op-art. Vasarely died in Paris in 1997.

picture descriptions

Victor Vasarely


1. Wise, silkscreen on black background, N. F.V. 52/71, 1971,

65 x 50cm sheet and 43,5 x 40 cm print, signed


2. La Lune en rodage, 1963, silkscreen, Edition 150, signed, 27x27 cm - ( 10,5x10,5 in). Released in the edition of Fernand Mourlot, Souvenirs et Portraits d'artistes,

Paris, Alain C. Mazo, 1972.


3. Elche aus Octal I, silkscreen in colors, 47x39 cm - (18,4x15,3 in) sheet and 29,5x27 cm - ( 11,5x10,5 in) print, 1941, signed, 104/120


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