Bridget Riley Prints

Bridget Riley prints are all instantly recognisable examples of the 'op art' movement for which Riley is one of the most prominent figures.

Riley was educted at Cheltenham Ladies' College and then studied art at Goldsmiths College and eventually the Royal College of Art. Her early work is regarded as "figurative with a semi-impressionist style". In the early 1960s she began to develop her distinctive geometric style.

In 1965 Riley held her first exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. This exhibition drew attention to Riley as an artist and the emergence of the op art movement. Later on in the decade Riley began exploring the idea of colour in her work, previously her paintings were typically in black and white.

After Rajasthan

Julian Page

Untitled

Peter Harrington

Composition with Circles 1

Julian Page

After Rajasthan

Sims Reed Gallery (IFPDA)

Untitled (Evoe)

Sims Reed Gallery (IFPDA)

From One to the Other

Sims Reed Gallery (IFPDA)

Large Fragment

Sims Reed Gallery (IFPDA)

Untitled (La Lune en Rodage - Carlo Belloli)

Sims Reed Gallery (IFPDA)

Large Fragment

Richard Saltoun Gallery

Coloured Greys I

Richard Saltoun Gallery

Untitled (Bronze)

Richard Saltoun Gallery

Untitled (Circular Movement)

Richard Saltoun Gallery

Untitled (Circular Movement)

Richard Saltoun Gallery

Descending

Hang-Up Pictures

GEOMETRIC COMPOSITION

Victor Vasarely

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