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Richard Anuszkiewicz. Op Art. By Lucy Williams. RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ. Born in 1930 and is still living Switched art styles many times, but is famous for his optical art Was the student of Josef Albers at Yale University. “Color is my subject matter and it’s performance is my painting.”

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richard anuszkiewicz

Richard Anuszkiewicz

Op Art

By Lucy Williams

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RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ
  • Born in 1930 and is still living
  • Switched art styles many times, but is famous for his optical art
  • Was the student of Josef Albers at Yale University.
his art
His Art
  • Richard Anuszkiewicz worked with color to trick the eye
  • He also designed silver, made organic abstract works, sculpted, and painted wooden cubes.
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“People thought that I always wanted to shock the eye, I didn’t want to shock the eye. I wanted to use colors together that had never been used together before.I’m still doing what I was doing, but in greater depth… I’ve freed such explorations from subject matter and discovered greater freedom in non-objective art.”

-Richard

Anuszkiewicz

bibliography
Bibliography
  • “Richard Anuszkiewicz.” Picasso Mio.

2003.http://www.picassomio.com/Richard

Anuszkiewicz/ (Retrieved March 23, 2005)

  • “Artists and Works.” Artwork of the 70’s. www.niagra.edu/com/art_of_70s/artists/

anuszkiewicz.html (Retrieved March 31,2005)

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