Many people are aware of the graphic work of Dutch printmaker M.C. Escher that bends logic and presents mind-boggling visions of impossible worlds and structures. Fewer have seen many of his earlier works, that are much more straightforward and “possible” (if sometimes fanciful).
Here are a few examples.
For more images and info, see my previous posts on M.C. Escher.
4 Replies to “Some early work by M.C. Escher”
Thanks for posting these, Charley. Beautiful work!!
But I have to correct you on this one. Escher wasn’t German, but Dutch. Definitely Dutch. He was born in Leeuwarden (which is in the north, in Friesland) and he died in Hilversum (in the centre of our country).
Beautiful work. But moreover great to see the blog is still going strong and so inspiring. Hope all is good.
There are a few pictures I don’t understand what it means, but they are all very beautiful and meticulously drawn!
Thanks, John. Corrected. I actually know better; sometimes I write too many posts at once.
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