Richard Joseph Anuszkiewicz is active/lives in New Jersey. Richard Anuszkiewicz is known for optical art illusion, collage, graphics.
With a name synonymous with the Op Art movement, Richard Anuskiewicz
first achieved international fame when he was included in a 1965 survey
of "optical art" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Today
he is recognized as one of the foremost colorists in American art,
creating huge large-scale canvases.
He was born in Erie,
Pennsylvania and trained at the Cleveland Institute of Art from 1948 to
1953 and then with Josef Albers at Yale University where he earned an
M.F.A. degree in 1955. Albers stirred his interest in the effects
of color on perception but Anuszkiewicz did not actively pursue this
matter until the 1960s when he worked in repeated geometric patterns,
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