Cambridge University Press, Por fin, en se hace una retrospectiva de su obra en Budapest. XV, Piero de la Francesca. Ambos pintores fueron muy admirados por los cubistas Braque, Picasso y Juan Gris. Representante del neoimpresionismo.
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Vasarely spent his youth in Hungary before moving to France, where he spent most of his career as an artist. He died in Paris at the age of 90 in March of Art historians credit Vasarely with painting some of the earliest examples of Op Art. In fact, one of his most famous works, Zebras, was painted in , decades before the establishment of the movement. The artist chose Medical Studies as his focus at Budapest University prior to his making the decision to pursue art.
The artistic teachings of the Muhely Academy were based upon those taught and publicized by the Bauhaus school in Germany. Revolutionary Bauhaus concepts that have left far-reaching and indelible imprints on architecture and design around the world can also be recognized within the geometrical works of Victor Vasarely. Early Victor Vasarely graphic works include chess boards, his famed zebra series, tigers and harlequin works.
All demonstrated early signs of optical art brilliance. It was during this period, that the artist created Op Art works directly inspired by local geographical influences.
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In , he abandoned medicine to learn traditional academic painting at the private Podolini-Volkmann Academy. Instead it concentrated on applied graphic art and typographical design. In , he painted his Blue Study and Green Study. In , he married his fellow student Claire Spinner — Together they had two sons, Andre and Jean-Pierre.