By M. C. Escher
Item #: 10426166422A
15.5" x 19.5"
Ships in 3-5 Days
This contemporary work of art features a print mounted on a 3/8" thick wood board and laminated with a protective UV filtering film. The edges are then trimmed and beveled for an attractive finish. Our skilled craftsmen construct each mounted print to order.
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- The Print
- The Artist
Possessing the soul of an artist and the ingenious mind of an mathematician, world famous graphic artist M.C. Escher’s art was lauded and studied by scientists, mathematicians and crystallographers. Escher (1898-1972), a Dutchman, was himself a contradiction, disliking flat shapes as much as he disliked mathematics, yet his intrinsic knowledge inspired him to create visual ironies that defied concepts of infinity. Working with lithography, woodcutting and mezzotints, he manipulated space and geometric patterns, created implausible multi-dimension images of mathematical perfection.
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