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Introduction
Bridget Louise Riley (born 24 April 1931) is an English painter known for her singular op art paintings. She lives and works in London, Cornwall and the Vaucluse in France.
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Q234449
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Introduction
A primary practitioner of Op Art, Riley began as a student of neo-impressionism, and then graduated to Op Art in the 1960s. She was featured in the The Responsive Eye, the MoMA exhibit of 1965, and in 1968, she won the international painting prize at the Venice Biennale. Riley's work is usually executed on a large scale, featuring hypnotic patterns. She has also worked in theatre design.
Nationalities
British, English
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Manufacturer, Curator, Designer, Teacher, Muralist, Collagist, Copyist, Painter
Names
Bridget Riley, Bridget Louise Riley
Ulan
500013384
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