Bridget Riley  Paintings and Drawings 1961–2004

Texts by Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, Paula Savage, Paul Moorhouse, Lynne Cooke and Robert Kudielka; interview with the artist by Jenny Harper
Ridinghouse 2005
£25  |  $59.95

33 × 26 cm  |  13 × 10 1/4 in
172 pp, 66 colour ill
ISBN: 978 0 954171 06 3

Published to accompany a major retrospective, this lavishly produced volume surveys Bridget Riley’s innovative approach to painting and drawing.

Bridget Riley is one of the leading abstract painters of her generation. She first attracted critical attention with the dazzling black and white paintings made during the 1960s, and has continued to develop new styles in her work through a considered approach to colour, shape and perception. 


This volume is a comprehensive survey of Riley’s work – covering over four decades of paintings and studies – and contains numerous colour illustrations alongside five essays and an interview with the artist by Jenny Harper.

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