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The Creator Bridget Riley

Bridget Riley describes her own position in these terms:“For the last fifty years, it has been my belief that as a modern artist you should make a contribution to the art of your time, if only a small one. When … Continue reading

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Preparation 2

Following on from the comparison of states in Stella’s prints, I want to pause over Bridget Riley’s thought process in the states of this painting. One early version looks like two interesting shapes made of orange, tan, white and green … Continue reading

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