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Bridget Riley Signed Screenprint

Lot 0062 Details

Description
A fantastic Bridget Riley screenprint, signed lower left, Elapse, signed by artist lower right and 82, 40 3/16 x 25 3/16, not examined out of frame but appears to be in original condition, nicely museum quality framed, small stain on matte in upper corner but does not appear to go through at all. Superb addition to any art collection. Artist Information: An artist who came to prominence in the early 1960s with paintings in black and white, Bridget Riley has become known as the creator of Op Art, colorful works that dazzle the eye with busy, undulating designs. But others, not she, gave that descriptive name to her work, and New York merchandisers began copying her style and ideas, making her feel like she had been ripped-off, especially by the fashion tradespeople. In the 1960s, she sued for breach of copyright but failed because copyright laws were not yet in place for artists. In 1965, the Museum of Modern Art in New York held a one-person exhibition of her work titled "The Responsive Eye." An observer, William Feaver, wrote of this exhibition: "Even toned down in reproduction, it stirs the optic nerve" (ARTnews, September 2000).
Condition
excellent
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Bridget Riley Signed Screenprint

Estimate $2,000 - $3,000
Dec 12, 2009
Starting Price $1,000
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0062: Bridget Riley Signed Screenprint

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Est. $2,000 - $3,000Starting Price $1,000
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Lot 0062 Details

Description
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A fantastic Bridget Riley screenprint, signed lower left, Elapse, signed by artist lower right and 82, 40 3/16 x 25 3/16, not examined out of frame but appears to be in original condition, nicely museum quality framed, small stain on matte in upper corner but does not appear to go through at all. Superb addition to any art collection. Artist Information: An artist who came to prominence in the early 1960s with paintings in black and white, Bridget Riley has become known as the creator of Op Art, colorful works that dazzle the eye with busy, undulating designs. But others, not she, gave that descriptive name to her work, and New York merchandisers began copying her style and ideas, making her feel like she had been ripped-off, especially by the fashion tradespeople. In the 1960s, she sued for breach of copyright but failed because copyright laws were not yet in place for artists. In 1965, the Museum of Modern Art in New York held a one-person exhibition of her work titled "The Responsive Eye." An observer, William Feaver, wrote of this exhibition: "Even toned down in reproduction, it stirs the optic nerve" (ARTnews, September 2000).
Condition
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excellent

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