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Hesitate, (1964) by Bridget Riley

On show at the Tate Modern: Bridget Riley Hesitate 1964 optical illusion made with dots in gradients of grey where the dots appear to be receding in to each other in the middle of the picture.click the image to read

Bridget Louise Riley CH CBE (born 24 April 1931 in Norwood, London) is an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op art.[1] She currently lives and works in London, Cornwall and the Vaucluse in France

Bridget Louise Riley CH CBE (born 24 April 1931 in Norwood, London) is an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op She currently lives and works in London, Cornwall and the Vaucluse in France

June - Screenprint in colours, 1992 Signed, dated and titled in pencil. Numbered from the edition of 75 in pencil. Printed on wove paper by Artizan Editions, Hove.  (Schubert 36)  80 × 114.3 cm

June - Screenprint in colours, 1992 Signed, dated and titled in pencil. Numbered from the edition of 75 in pencil. Printed on wove paper by Artizan Editions, Hove.

Bridget Riley optical art

bridget riley focussing on curves, the flow of the picture makes it inspiring for my work. The picture creates an illusion the way it moves with the eye.

Bridget Riley

Bridget Riley, Arround, on display at Ferens Art Gallery in Hull - Images for Rachel Whiteread's Cultural Exchange - Front Row's Cultural Exchange - BBC Radio 4

Bridget Riley ‘To a Summer’s Day’, 1980 © Bridget Riley 2014. All rights reserved, courtesy Karsten Schubert, London

Bridget Riley ‘To a Summer’s Day’, 1980 © Bridget Riley All rights reserved, courtesy Karsten Schubert, London

Bridget Riley, ‘Coloured Greys II’ 1972

Coloured greys - Screenprint in colours, 1972 Signed in pencil and numbered from the edition of Printed by Kelpra Studio, London. Published by the artist.

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