M.C.Escher
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The Dutch graphic artist Maurits Cornelius Escher, b. June 17, 1898, d. Mar. 27, 1972, explored a strange world of optical illusion, visual puns, and distorted perspectives in his work. He dealt with the theme of metamorphosis and change in such prints as Verbum (1942) and Metamorphosis (1939-40), which portray a gradual transformation of one shape into another. Escher created a visual paradox in the lithograph Relativity (1953) by combining three separate perspectives into a unified, coherent whole. His work has become increasingly popular because of its unique combination of humor, logic, and meticulous precision with visual trickery.

Bibliography:

  • Escher on Escher - Exploring the Infinite (by M.C.Escher)
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  • The Magic Mirror of M. C. Escher (by Bruno Ernst)
  • The Graphic Work of M. C. Escher (by M.C.Escher)
  • Godel, Escher, Bach (by Douglas Hofstadter)
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