Victor Vasarely Artwork

Victor Vasarely (April 9, 1906 Pécs – March 15, 1997), born Vásárhelyi Győző in Paris, was a Hungarian French artist whose work is said to be affiliated with Op-art. Vasarely’s Zebra, done in the 1930s, is considered by some to be one of the earliest examples of Op-art. Vasarely passed away in Paris in 1997. Learn more »

Artwork by Victor Vasarely in Chronological Order

Etudes Bauhaus A, 1929 Etudes Bauhaus C, 1929 Etudes Bauhaus D, 1929
The Chess Board, 1935 Harlequin, 1936 Zebra, 1937
Tigres, 1938 Ezinor, 1949 Zebra, 1950
Mar Caribe, 1950 Meandres Belle-Isle, 1951 Kateau, 1953
Yapoura, 1954 Yvaral, 1956 Vega, 1957
Cassiopée II NB, 1958 Biadan, 1959 Relief Metal, 1960
Riu-Kiu-C, 1960 Alphabet VR, 1960 Supernovae, 1961
Keiho C1, 1963 Folklore, 1963 Naissance, 1964
Bora III, 1964 Caopeo, 1964 Quasar Dia, 1965
Zoeld V, 1967 Keple Gestalt, 1968 Vega 200, 1968
Torony-Nagy, 1969 Orion Gris, 1969 Vega-Nor, 1969
Vega-Lep, 1970 Composition Carrée Relief, 1970 Cheyt Pyr, 1971
Orion-K, 1972 Sonora Do, 1973 Vonal Stri, 1975
Tekers-MC, 1981 DVA-DVA, 1986 OND-DVA

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