Victor Vasarely Title: Pauk-Arny
Year: 1978 Serigraph,of 250 31 x 31 inches
Artist: Victor Vasarely
Medium: Limited Edition Serigraph
Size: 31' x 31'
Framed: 39' x 39'
Condition: Excellent condition as you can see for the photos. Nothing out of the ordinary for this 38 year old limited embossed serigraph. The piece comes with an incredible brushed aluminum frame that lets this piece speak for itself.
Pauk-Arny has always been one of Vasarely's most demanded and most visually appealing pieces. The piece is listed at the best offer option for you to name your price today! This piece will surely light up any room in your home and the colors will ensure its fit in almost any setting. It comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity and our lifetime exchange policy.
Victor Vasarely (Hungarian-French, 1906-1997) is one of the founding fathers of the Op-Art movement in Europe. His brightly colored optical patterns introduced a visually kinetic aspect to the traditionally flat paintings of his generation. Vasarely originally planned on becoming a doctor, however he abandoned medicine to follow his passion in the arts and enrolled at Sandor Bortnyik's private art school called Muhely, at the time widely recognized as Budapest's centre of Bauhaus studies. Unfortunately, the Muhely was not well funded and could not offer courses at the same level of quality as those offered at the Bauhaus. Consequently, they offered more pragmatic choices such as applied graphic art and typographical design, which later became the groundwork of Vasarely's style.