Original ‘agamograph’ - screenprint in colours on lenticular perspex. (see note below). c.1980. Signed in black ink. Numbered in ink from the edition of 99. Edition issued by the artist. Note: In the 1970’s Agam invented a new form of optical art. This used screenprinted colours and forms on Perspex with a multi-directional surface (known as ‘lenticular’). The process allowed the creation of visual movement within the image whenever the viewer changed position. Agam called these revolutionary prints ‘Agamographs’. Excellent impression, the surface in exceptionally good condition, just the slightest trace of small scratches as is usual on these works (the Perspex used for the agamographs was very delicate). Sheet size: 315 x 280 mm.
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