Victor Vasarely was a groundbreaking artist who transformed
the visual medium of art and sculpture. His clever, optical
renditions on tradition spaces and three-dimensionality has
made his works some of the most stunning and colorful pieces
of the modern age. Our inventory of Vasarely prints, serigraphs,
sculptures, tapestries, and unique originals is a testament to his
range as an abstract, optical artist and also our own, personal
relationship with Vasarely and his family.

Victor Vasarely Prints,
Serigraphs, Sculptures, & Tapestries

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Victor Vasarely Prints, Serigraphs, Sculptures, & Tapestries


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  • Holld (Moiré Tower), 1989
    Victor Vasarely
    Acrylic and Silkscreen Sculpture for sale
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    W-5565

  • Alpha Clock
    Victor Vasarely
    Acrylic and Lucite Sculpture
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    W-5566

  • Duo-2, 1967
    Victor Vasarely
    Gouache/Acrylic on Board
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    Item # 295

  • Supernovae, c. 1960
    Victor Vasarely
    Unique Gouache on Board
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    Item # 3382

  • Encelade, c. 1960
    Victor Vasarely
    Unique Gouache on Paper
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    Item # 3381

  • Kroa A, 1970
    Victor Vasarely
    Original color aluminum sculpture
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    Item # 2053

  • Colonne (Tower for 80th Birthday), 1987
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand Signed & Painted Wood Sculpture
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    Item # 3628

  • Tridim – S
    Victor Vasarely
    Wool Tapestry
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    Item # 3807

  • MC 124, 1974
    Victor Vasarely

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    Item # 3910

  • Untitled
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand Signed Acrylic on Wood Sculpture
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    Item # 3787

  • Untitled Sculpture, 1987
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand Signed Acrylic on Wood Sculpture
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    Item # 3573

  • Untitled, 1983
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand-Hooked Rug
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    Item # 2999

  • Vega-Pal
    Victor Vasarely

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    Item # 3865

  • Vega-Pal
    Victor Vasarely

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    Item # 3864

  • NBC 21
    Victor Vasarely
    Black and white multiple
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    Item # 2519

  • Ter-A
    Victor Vasarely

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    Item # 3861

  • Kettes, 1984
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand Signed Acrylic on Wood Sculpture
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    Item # 2895

  • Cube, c. 1970
    Victor Vasarely
    Aluminum Cube with Silkscreen
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    Item # 3432

  • Cube, c. 1970
    Victor Vasarely
    Aluminum Cube with Silkscreen
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    Item # 3431

  • Image-miroir (Mirror Image), 1965
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand Signed Silkscreen on Aluminum
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    Item # 2470

  • Caribe Negativ, 1967
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand painted wood relief
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    Item # 2067

  • Composition Carrée Relief, 1970
    Victor Vasarely
    Original Rosenthal Porcelain
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    Item # 2051

  • Linienspiel (Line Game)
    Victor Vasarely

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    Item # 4068

  • Helios, 1967
    Victor Vasarely
    Silkscreen on Plexiglas Box
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    Item # 3574

  • Untitled
    Victor Vasarely
    Screened Multiple
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    Item # 3817

  • Untitled
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand Signed Mixed Media
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    Item # 3654

  • Zebras, 1965
    Victor Vasarely
    Hand Signed Silkscreen on Plexiglas
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    Item # 3561

  • "Zebra Tower"
    Victor Vasarely
    Signed Acrylic & Silkscreen Sculpture
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    Item # 4067

  • Untitled, 1978
    Victor Vasarely
    Color Serigraph
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    Item # 3478

  • Cube, c. 1970
    Victor Vasarely
    Aluminum Cube with Silkscreen
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    Item # 3435

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Victor Vasarely (1906-1997)

Victor Vasarely Biography

A personal recollection (by Alex Adelman): I was very fortunate to have met Victor Vasarely several times and will always remember him as a very warm, funny, charming, intelligent man. However, what struck me most about him was that he had a child-like innocence and wonderment toward both people and the world around him. The last time I saw him, a year or so ago, I remember fondly watching him play Yvaral several games of chess. Needless to say, he beat Yvaral each time! We shared a glass of wine, chocolates and then he entertained us with Hungarian folk songs. It was a truly fun and memorable occasion!

Internationally recognized as one of the most important artists of the 20th century. Victor Vasarely is the acknowledged leader of the Op Art movement, and his innovations in color and optical illusion have had a strong influence on many modern artists.

In 1947, Vasarely discovered his place in abstract art. Influenced by his experiences at Breton Beach of Belle Isle, he concluded that “internal geometry” could be seen below the surface of the entire world. He conceived that form and color are inseparable. “Every form is a base for color, every color is the attribute of a form.” Forms from nature were thus transposed into purely abstract elements in his paintings. Recognizing the inner geometry of nature, Vasarely wrote, “the ellipsoid form…will slowly, but tenaciously, take hold of the surface, and become its raison d’etre. Henceforth, this ovoid form will signify in all my works of this period, the ‘oceanic feeling’…I can no longer admit an inner world and another, an outer world, apart. The within and the without communicate by osmosis, or, one might rather say: the spatial-material universe, energetic-living, feeling-thinking, form a whole, indivisible… The languages of the spirit are but the supervibrations of the great physical nature.”

Victor Vasarely was born in Pecs, Hungary in 1906. After receiving his baccalaureate degree in 1925, he began studying art at the Podolini-Volkmann Academy in Budapest. In 1928, he transferred to the Muhely Academy, also known as the Budapest Bauhaus, where he studied with Alexander Bortnijik. At the Academy, he became familiar with the contemporary research in color and optics by Jaohannes Itten, Josef Albers, and the Constructivists Malevich and Kandinsky.

After his first one-man show in 1930, at the Kovacs Akos Gallery in Budapest, Vasarely moved to Paris. For the next thirteen years, he devoted himself to graphic studies. His lifelong fascination with linear patterning led him to draw figurative and abstract patterned subjects, such as his series of harlequins, checkers, tigers, and zebras. During this period, Vasarely also created multi-dimensional works of art by super-imposing patterned layers of cellophane on one another to attain the illusion of depth.

In 1943, Vasarely began to work extensively in oils, creating both abstract and figurative canvases. His first Parisian exhibition was the following year at the Galerie Denise Rene which he helped found. Vasarely became the recognized leader of the avant-garde group of artists affiliated with the gallery.

In 1955, Galerie Denise Rene hosted a major group exhibition in connection with Vasarely’s painting experiments with movement. This was the first important exhibition of kinetic art and included works by Yaacov Agam, Pol Bury, Soto, and Jean Tinguely, among others.

During the 1950’s, Vasarely wrote a series of manifestos on the use of optical phenomena for artistic purposes. Together with his paintings and Vasarely prints, these were a significant influence on younger artists. According to the artist, “In the last analysis, the picture-object in pure composition appears to me as the last link in the family ‘paintings,’ still possessing by its shining beauty, an end in itself. But it is already more than a painting, the forms and colors which compose it are still situated on the plane, but the plastic event which they trigger fuses in front of and in the plane. It is thereby an end, but also a beginning, a kind of launching pad for future achievements.”

Paintings


Vasarely began his painting career by studying traditional academic painting at the Podolini Volkmann Academy in 1927. However he soon became unsatisfied with being confined to academic painting and enrolled in the Bauhaus Muhely Academy in 1929. Bauhaus trained its artists to create paintings based on foundational geometric forms such as the cube, rectangle and the circle. It was during this period Vasarely began exploring visual forms and abstraction. From 1930-1944, Vasarely entered a period of experimentation. The works during this period tend to be figurative and graphic. A prime example is L’Echiquier (The Chessboard), 1935. This painting imitates the form and color of a chessboard which Vasarely distorted to appear three-dimensional. For Vasarely, this laid the foundation for his Zebres (Zebras), 1937 series. The initial work of this set, titled Zebra, is considered one of the earliest examples of optical art. Vasarely also experimented with cubist, futurist and surrealist painting briefly in 1944, however he abandoned these styles in favor of optical art thereafter. His op-art paintings are distinguishable by their hypnotizing colors and distorted surfaces. The repetition of geometric form is heavily used as well. Of his group, the best known are Vega, 1957, Gestalt, 1969 and The Plastic Alphabet, 1960-65

Sculptures


Vasarely ventured into sculptures later in his career. Sculpture presented an exciting possibility of creating an even more dynamic optical experience. Given the illusionistic quality of his painted works, it is no surprise Vasarely ventured onto this new medium. For his sculptures, Vasarely used lucite and glass to enhance the multiplicity in his images. Additionally, he oftentimes created stacked figures that incorporated his geometric designs and merged them onto a shaped canvas, combining his painting and sculpture. The sculptures vary in size and are very popular with collectors.

Today, Victor Vasarely’s prints, paintings, collages and sculptures are celebrated in numerous exhibits all around the world.

Read more about Victor Vasarely’s historic styles

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