Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
ADJUNCT MODULE C: WORLD ART
Preferred Title:
Group of Black Circles
Alternate Title:
Groupe de ronds noirs
Image View:
Overall view without frame
Creator:
Dennis Juneau (Canadian painter, 1925-2014)
Location:
repository: Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (Québec, Québec, Canada) 1972.84
Location Note:
National Battlefields Park; 179 Grande Allée Ouest; Pierre Lassonde Pavilion
GPS:
46.801106-71.225064
Date:
1967 (creation)
Cultural Context:
Canadian
Style Period:
Op art; Twentieth century
Work Type 1:
painting (visual work)
Classification:
Paintings
Material:
acrylic paint on canvas
Technique:
painting and painting techniques
Measurements:
172.8 cm (height) x 172.8 cm (width)
Subjects:
abstraction; contemporary (1960 to present)
Description:
Op art was an international art movement that flourished in Europe and America in the mid-1960s. The style is characterized by the careful manipulation of bold, sharply contrasting shapes and colors in order to create virtual movement, vibration, or chromatic tension. (Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus; http://www.getty.edu /research/conducting _research/vocabulari es/aat/)
Collection:
Archivision Adjunct Module C: World Art
Identifier:
7A1-JUNEAU-GBC-A01
Rights:
© Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.

Group of Black Circles