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Tower of Babel - M.C. Escher Think this differs from 'Ascending, Descending' in that it refers to the Penrose staircase without suggesting one.

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1929 self-portrait Birth name Maurits Cornelis Escher Born(1898-06-17)17 June 1898 Leeuwarden, The Netherlands Died27 March 1972(1972-03-27) (aged 73) Laren, The Netherlands Nationality Dutch Field Drawing, Printmaking Works Relativity, Waterfall, Hand with Reflecting Sphere Influenced by Giovanni Battista Piranesi Influenced Victor Stabin Awards Knighthood of the Order of Orange-Nassau

M. C. Escher, was a Dutch graphic artist. He is known for his often mathematically inspired woodcuts, lithographs, and mezzotints. These feature impossible constructions, explorations of infinity, architecture, and tessellations.

M.C. Escher was a genius! I recommend visiting Escher museum in Den Haag (The Hague) if you ever get a chance.

"Curl-up" or "Wentelteefje" (original Dutch title) - Lithograph print by M. C. Escher, first printed in November 1951. This is the only work by Escher which consists largely of text. The text, which is written in Dutch, describes an imaginary species called Pedalternorotandomovens centroculatus articulosus, also known as “wentelteefje” or “rolpens”.

“Rind”, M.C. Escher, ca. 1955 ....she's come undone.

High and Low by MC Escher, 1947 I love his work and I can stare at it for hours but its always ends up giving me a headache.