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Eduardo Nery

Members: 483€ or 10M
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  • Screen print
  • Fabriano Tiepolo 290gr Paper
  • Image Size: 42,5 x 62,5 cm
  • Total Size: 56 x 76 cm
  • No. of Colors: 13
  • Date: 2012
  • 50 units
  • Ref.: S1045

THE LESSON FROM OP ART The retrospective exhibition in 2003 at the Azulejo Museum in Lisbon, revealed, since 1961, the various facets of Eduardo Nery's career, in tapestry, in tile, mosaic and stained glass. Having begun his plastic expression through gestural drawing, the artist soon evolved towards an aesthetic influenced by Op Art, within the scope of which he would impose himself until the beginning of his career. to current affairs, publicizing your work in important and historic achievements in public art. Mastering various technologies, the artist has been basing his creation on the study of optical phenomena, geometrically synthesizing light impressions that metamorphose into chromatic games of infinite plasticity and mobility , like those documented in these screen prints, color variants that demonstrate the versatility and invention of Eduardo Nery, the greatest name in 20th century art in Portugal.

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