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Bridget Riley (b.1931)
at Richard Saltoun

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 Bridget Riley 

Carnival - click to enlarge

Coloured Greys I
 Bridget Riley 

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Composition with Circles 2
 Bridget Riley 

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Large Fragment
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Nineteen Greys
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Splice - click to enlarge

To Midsummer
 Bridget Riley 

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Untitled (Bronze)
 Bridget Riley 

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Untitled (Circular Movement)
 Bridget Riley 

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Untitled (Fragment 3)
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Untitled (Fragment 7)
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Untitled (from La Lune En Rodage)
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Born in London in 1931 Bridget Riley studied at Goldsmiths College of Art and the Royal College of Art.
Riley's stunning 'Op' paintings and screenprints have gained her international recognition as one of the most important artists of the post war era.
Bridget Riley's work is held in all major public and private collections of Modern Art.


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