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Double-sided kinetic wood sculpture with differing hand stencil-painted kinetic imagery in acrylic paint on each face. 1990. Signed in ink. Numbered in ink from the edition of 175. Created in Paris 1990.
Note: After the ground-breaking relief wall-sculptures of the late 1960’s Vasarely moved away for a time from three-dimensional surfaces to the flat surfaces of canvas and paper. In the late 1980’s he returned to three-dimensional works. As a part of this renewed interest he created a number free-standing geometrical form sculptures with stencil-painted surfaces in kinetic patterning. The combination of the pattern of the colours and the overall geometric form was very influential on the development of this type of geometric abstraction.
Exceptional fine unmarked surface. Hexagonal format. 528 x 605 mm (overall). 78 mm depth.