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    • Georgina Lyell

      M.C. Escher - Hand with Reflecting Sphere 1935 Lithograph I think these self portraits are really clever.

    • Pomegranate Communications, Publisher

      Hand with Reflecting Sphere, Lithograph by M. C. Escher. Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898–1972) is best known for wood engravings and lithographs of repeating geometric patterns and intricate visual paradoxes. His work has been described as the perfect combination of art and mathematics. © The M. C. Escher Company, Netherlands.

    • Kellen Kincaid

      Escher's Hand with Reflecting Sphere - Self-portraits were actually quite common in Escher's work. This example is the most prominent.

    • Nancy Rodgers

      Escher, "Hand with Reflecting Sphere (Self-Portrait in Spherical Mirror) 1935. Lithograph, 12 1/2 X 8 3/8"

    • getup'N'away

      Escher, Hand with Reflecting Sphere, 1935. also known as Self-Portrait in Spherical Mirror . Although Escher did not have mathematical training—his understanding of mathematics was largely visual and intuitive—Escher's work had a strong mathematical component. scher's artwork is especially well liked by mathematicians and scientists, who enjoy his use of polyhedra and geometric distortions.

    • Jacqueline (Pinterest adorer)

      "Escher: Hand with Reflecting Sphere... My favorite artist!"==I like him a lot!

    • Sara

      Maurits Cornelis Escher (MC Escher) Hand with Reflecting Sphere

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