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m.c. escher / "belvedere" 1958 / One of my favourite artists. I love his physical and mathematical explorations in art, as well as his intense drawing ability. --- Impossible Architecture by Escher

M. C. Escher. How my life feels at times, twisted and warped...

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Resultado de imagen para pintor escher

Resultado de imagen para pintor escher

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The best known example of Penrose stairs appears in the lithograph Ascending and Descending by Dutch artist M. Escher, where it is incorporated into a monastery where several monks ascend and descend an endless staircase.

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Escher's drawing, Angels, containing infinitely many points of exact symmetry.

Dit werk representeert een donkere en lichte kant. Aan de lichte kant vliegen dus donkere ganzen en aan de donkere kant dus lichte ganzen. Dit is in het leven ook zo. Hoe duister het leven ook mag blijken, er is altijd wel wat positiefs te zien. Deze mening over dit schilderij vond er dus erg mooi aan. Door een diepere betekenis. | M.C. Escher

Escher, M.C. Dutch, 1898 - 1972 Day and Night 1938 woodcut in black and gray, printed from two blocks image: x cm x 26 in.) sheet: x cm x 30 in. 303 Cornelius Van S.

M. C. Escher made a lifetime study of patterns and tilings, often, as here, with strange symmetries (starfish and seashells -both bivalves and gastropods). Escher was clearly delighted that a 5-symmetrical animal existed, and determined to overcome the mathematical impossibility of tiling a plane with fivefold symmetry. So the starfish fit into a rectangular pattern, and they form junctions at which either three or four animals touch arms.

Escher was clearly delighted that a animal existed. To overcome the mathematical impossibility of tiling a plane with fivefold symmetry, he designed this seamless pattern.