Octal No. 2 by Victor Vasarely
Victor Vasarely was the grandfather of the Op Art movement, and he was also a med school dropout. What would your parents think of that? Vasarely made the bold choice to pursue art over medicine, and his style combines this scientific objectivity paired with a dynamic abstract style inspired by Wassily Kandinsky. The heavy black spaces in this lithograph pull you in, asking you to inhabit Vasarely's beautifully fractured world.
Size: 16.5 x 20 inches
Framing: Full bleed with black wood frame.
Limited edition lithograph of 850. Signed and numbered by artist, 1957.