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Bridget Riley

Private Listing , 2020

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About the artist

Bridget Riley

Bridget Riley (British, b.1931) is a member of the Op Art movement, and a painter best known for her black and white paintings that create unique optical effects on canvas. Riley was born in London, and studied art at both Goldsmiths College and the Royal College of Art; she painted with an expressive, impressionist aesthetic early in her career. While working as an art instructor in the early 1960s, she developed her signature Op Art technique.

Riley incorporates new shapes and designs into her later work, and reflects the influence of Egyptian hieroglyphs in pieces that play with opposing colors. Though she still designs her own compositions, the artist enlisted the help of assistants during her later career to execute her pieces. Her recent work also reflects an engagement with specific historical, religious, and cultural symbols. Riley received a prize in painting at the 1969 Venice Biennale, and has been awarded several honorary degrees. She currently divides her time between England and France.

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