* 1931 in Norwood, UK
She lives and works in London, UK and Vaucluse, France.
Among others, Bridget Riley’s work derives from Georges Seurat’s post-impressionalism. In 1960 she began to paint her well known black and white „Op-art“ pieces, exploring the disorienting physical effect of form and color on the human eye. Riley’s work is held by several international collections, such as the British Council Collection in London, Museum Bojimans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, Museum of Fine Arts on Boston, Museum of Modern Art in New York and Tate in London, amongst many others.