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Coloured Greys 1, 2 and 3
by Bridget Riley

Artist:  Bridget Riley

Size:  73.4 x 72.6 CM

Year:  1972

Condition:  Excellent

Frame:  Framed with PlexiGlass

Art Movements:  op art  

Signature:  Hand Signed

Edition:  125

Price:  POA

Medium:  silkscreen  

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The complete set of three, each with the same edition number. Framed in white painted wooden frames under plexiglass. Printer: Kelpra Studio, London. Publisher: The artist. Provenance: Rowan Gallery, London

Bridget Riley

Bridget Louise Riley CH CBE (born 24 April 1931 in Norwood, London) is an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of op art.Bridget Louise Riley CH CBE (born 24 April 1931 in Norwood, London) is an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of op art.Riley was born in London in 1931. Her father, John Fisher Riley, originally from Yorkshire, was a printer, as his own father had been. In 1938 he relocated the printing business, together with his family, to Lincolnshire.During World War II Riley's father was drafted into the army and she was evacuated, with her mother and sister, to a cottage in Cornwall.The cottage, not far from the sea near Padstow, was shared with an aunt who was a former student at Goldsmiths College, London. Primary education came in the form of irregular talks and lectures by non-qualified or retired teachers.She attended Cheltenham Ladies' College and then studied art at Goldsmiths College (1949–52), and later at the Royal College of Art (1952–55).There her fellow students included artists Peter Blake, Geoffrey Harcourt (the retired painter, also noted for his many well known chair designs) and Frank Auerbach. In 1955 Riley graduated with a BA degree agency, as an illustrator, where she worked part-time until 1962. The large Whitechapel Gallery exhibition of Jackson Pollock, in the winter of 1958, was to have a major impact on her.There her fellow students included artists Peter Blake, Geoffrey Harcourt (the retired painter, also noted for his many well known chair designs) and Frank Auerbach. In 1955 Riley graduated with a BA degree agency, as an illustrator, where she worked part-time until 1962. The large Whitechapel Gallery exhibition of Jackson Pollock, in the winter of 1958, was to have a major impact on her.There her fellow students included artists Peter Blake, Geoffrey Harcourt (the retired painter, also noted for his many well known chair designs) and Frank Auerbach. In 1955 Riley graduated with a BA degree agency, as an illustrator, where she worked part-time until 1962. The large Whitechapel Gallery exhibition of Jackson Pollock, in the winter of 1958, was to have a major impact on her. In the summer of 1960 she toured Italy with mentor Maurice de Sausmarez, and the two visited the Venice Biennale with its large exhibition of Futurist works.

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