Paule Vézelay

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Paule Vézelay Six Forms on a White Ground 1963 oil on canvas x 29 in. Jean Arp, Creative Teaching, Creative Thinking, Op Art, Oil On Canvas, Art For Kids, Screen Printing, Art Projects, Abstract Art

Paule Vézelay (1892-1984) , Six Forms on a White Ground

Six Forms on a White Ground

 Grey Lines on Pink Ground’, 1938 © The estate of Paule Vézelay Marcel Duchamp, Cool Stationary, Patrick Heron, Tate Britain, Lucian Freud, The 5th Of November, December, Thought Process, Color Stories

‘Construction. Grey Lines on Pink Ground’, Paule Vézelay, 1938 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Construction. Grey Lines on Pink Ground’, Paule Vézelay, 1938 Vézelay was one of the first British artists to commit herself to abstraction. Born Marjorie Watson-Williams, she settled in Paris in 1926. She adopted the name Paule Vézelay to declare her internationalism and hide the fact that she was a woman. This work is based on what she saw as the most basic artistic language: curved and straight lines. It shows how these simple forms can be used to suggest both space and…

Two Forms Holding Two Ovals by Paule Vézelay - 1971 18 x 25 inches Pastel and collage Italian Artist, Artist At Work, Abstract Art, Illustration Art, Design Inspiration, Kids Rugs, Sculpture, Gallery, Drawings

Paule Vézelay - | England & Co Gallery, London

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Paule Vezelay Lines in Space - Details 1969 Constructivism, Color Lines, Artist At Work, Abstract Art, Sculptures, Paintings, Artists, Landscape, Space

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Paule Vézelay ‘Lines in Space No. 1954 © The estate of Paule Vézelay Tate St Ives, Artist Grants, Found Art, Light And Space, Space Gallery, Line, Geometry, Sculpture, Abstract

‘Lines in Space No. 34’, Paule Vézelay, 1954 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Lines in Space No. 34’, Paule Vézelay, 1954 on display at Tate St Ives. Vézelay began what she called ‘Investigations into Three Dimensions: Pictures of stretched threads and strings’ in Paris in 1935. Even in the context of the international avant-garde scene they were a radical departure from orthodox painting. Vézelay later complicated the geometry by introducing curved wire, as seen here. ‘Was there any reason’, she wrote, ‘why artists should continue to confine Living…

Lines in Space by Paule Vézelay - 1965 x x inches Mixed media construction Jean Arp, Constructivism, Artist Painting, Artist At Work, Collage, England, Shapes, Artists, London

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Paule Vezelay: Catalogue: Amazon.co.uk: Ronald Alley: 9780905005195: Books Catalog, Illustration Art, Sculpture, Studio, Bauhaus, Abstract, Drawings, Composition, Books

Paule Vezelay: Catalogue

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Artist Paule Vézelay Title Forms on Grey Date 1935 Medium Oil paint on canvas Dimensions Support: 1299 x 971 mm Collection Tate Acquisition Bequeathed by the artist 1985 Reference Tate Modern Art, Museum Of Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Art Museum, Shape And Form, Abstract Shapes, Abstract Art, Op Art, Figurative Art

‘Forms’, Paule Vézelay, 1936 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Forms’, Paule Vézelay, 1936 on display at Tate Modern. Vézelay started drawing on canvas in the late 1920s. She discovered what she called ‘a special quality’ in drawing with charcoal. Focusing on form, she explored various ways of creating an illusion of space on a flat, two-dimensional surface. She was particularly interested in the spheres and circles. She wrote that 'they can be used to indicate directions or movements, in order to balance or counter-act the movements…