(1963) by Bridget Riley

 (1963) by Bridget Riley
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From 1961 to 1964 Bridget Riley, a leader of the Op Art scene, worked with contrasting black and white, occasionally introducing tonal scales of grey. These monochrome paintings strongly influenced fashion designers such as Ossie Clark and Mary Quant. In ‘Fall’, a single perpendicular curve is repeated to create a field of varying optical frequencies. She said of the work “I try to organise a field of energy which accumulates until it reaches maximum tension.” 

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Bridget Riley is one of the best known exponents of the 1960’s Optical or Op art movement. Her images produce intense sensations of movement and colour that engage the viewer in the experience of viewing. 

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