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Bridget Riley: Frieze - Signed Print

Frieze
Signed Print

Bridget Riley

£6,000-£8,000 Guide

This estimate blends recent public auction records with our own private sale data and network demand.

Screenprint, 2000
Signed Print Edition of 200
H 48cm x W 72cm

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Critical Review

Frieze, taking its title from the renowned art fair that began in London in 2003, combines large, curved shapes in a colour palette of blue, green, yellow and white. Riley utilises the curved shape to create a sense of energy and movement in her work, by building up complex layers of vertical and diagonal planes. Overall, Riley’s oeuvre is a complex, in-depth study of colour and form, and the effects produced when the two are interwoven: the joys and dynamism created by their co-mingling.

The intention underpinning Riley’s artistic career is her unwavering interest in the subject of visual perception. In other ways, Riley is keen to question the ways in which we think about or understanding something, using our sense of vision. The resulting visual complexity of Riley’s works is achieved through many hours of planning and studio research.

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