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Bridget Riley - Blaze 4, 1964 [close-up] by de_buurman, via Flickr

Bridget Riley - Blaze 4, 1964 [close-up] by de_buurman, via Flickr

Britannia, emulsion on cardboard, 56×61 by Bridget Riley, 1961

Britannia, emulsion on cardboard, 56×61 by Bridget Riley, 1961

Maddie~This is Bridget Riley at work next to her artwork that she created.

Maddie~This is Bridget Riley at work next to her artwork that she created.

Maddie~This is another example of Bridget Riley's work. Bridget Riley is an English painter. She is one of the most know person in op art. She was born in London in 1931, She was a teacher for a short time, and worked in a glass shop.

Magazine - The Work of Bridget Riley

Maddie~This is another example of Bridget Riley's work. Bridget Riley is an English painter. She is one of the most know person in op art. She was born in London in 1931, She was a teacher for a short time, and worked in a glass shop.

Bridget Riley (b1931) is an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op art.

Bridget Riley (b1931) is an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op art.

bridget riley by ida kar

bridget riley by ida kar

ARTE ÒPTICO El Arte Óptico es un movimiento pictórico nacido en Estados Unidos en abril del año 1958, en una exposición celebrada en la galería francesa de Denis René. El movimiento artístico quedó…

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ARTE ÒPTICO El Arte Óptico es un movimiento pictórico nacido en Estados Unidos en abril del año 1958, en una exposición celebrada en la galería francesa de Denis René. El movimiento artístico quedó…

Bridget Riley - Fall  Michael Compton’s account of Bridget Riley’s painting, Fall, “The eye (and the mind) is threatened with a complete breakdown in its power to control or structure what it sees. It is overwhelmed which contridictory information, much of it is created by its own mechanisms, which in less extreme conditions, serve to stabilise perception.”

Magazine - The Work of Bridget Riley

Bridget Riley - Fall Michael Compton’s account of Bridget Riley’s painting, Fall, “The eye (and the mind) is threatened with a complete breakdown in its power to control or structure what it sees. It is overwhelmed which contridictory information, much of it is created by its own mechanisms, which in less extreme conditions, serve to stabilise perception.”

Fission | Bridget Riley | 1963

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Fission | Bridget Riley | 1963

Bridget Riley

Bridget Riley

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