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

Bridget Riley (b. British), English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op art. His work, based on geometric shapes and optical effects, is part of the Op Art movement.

Bridget Riley - WikiArt.org

Bridget Louise Riley CH CBE is an English painter who is one of the foremost proponents of Op art. She currently lives and works in London, Cornwall, and France.

Helen Frankenthaler photographed by Ernst Haas

Helen Frankenthaler

Helen Frankenthaler ░ by Miss Moss Today i’m inspired by the work of legendary abstract expressionist Helen Frankenthale.

Bridget Riley

Our creative studios might sometimes look like a pile of rubbish or a mixed-up room, but this is where

Bridget Riley: how I got my curves back - Telegraph

Bridget Riley: how I got my curves back

Portrait of English artist Bridget Riley, United Kingdom, photograph by Keystone-France (photographer unattributed).

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Op Artist Bridget Riley by John Goldblatt. "no painter, dead or alive, has made us more aware of our eyes than Bridget Riley" Robert Melville 1971

bridget riley by ida kar

"Focusing isn't just an optical activity, it is also a mental one." - Bridget Riley // Artist Bridget Riley photography by Ida Kar // Bridget Riley is an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op art.

Bridget Riley, née le 24 avril 1931 à Londres en Angleterre, dans le quartier de Norwood, est une artiste peintre britannique d'origine anglaise. Son œuvre, basée sur des formes géométriques et des effets d'optique, s'inscrit dans le mouvement Op Art.

documentassion: “ Bridget Riley in her Warwick Road studio, London, with cartoon for ‘Continuum’, ”

Frida Kahlo painted each of her plaster corsets, which she wore to support her body because her spine was too weak. (Via The Paris Review)

Frida’s Corsets

Frida Kahlo in her hospital bed, drawing on her corset/plaster body cast with the help of a mirror, 1951 Photographed by Juan Guzman black & white photography injured in an accident as a teenager Frida endured over 40 operations in her life

Illustrator Willian Santiago has a gorgeous way of using texture in his works. They have the look of a print, with their distorted edges and color overlay.

Willian Santiago Harmonizes Printmaking with Illustration

Katelynn Riggs// Gallery Intern// Willian Santiago Harmonizes Printmaking with Illustration

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