Hand WIth Reflecting Globe - MC Escher, 1935

Hand With Reflecting Sphere, 1935 Maurits Cornelis Escher – Dutch Also known as a "Self-Portrait in Spherical Mirror" this painting is.

Escher  I like escher!!!

House of Stairs - 1951 Lithograph - M. Escher Here is an example of amazing use of perspective. I will also be taking inspiration from Escher to be able to create my own little hectic world. Also this way I will be able to tie this into print making.

Eye drawing by Unknown in the style of Maurits Cornelis Escher (the extended note on post was interesting re the style differences between Escher & the actual artist)

Eye drawing by Unknown in the style of Maurits Cornelis Escher. Everyone is trying to change how you see things

"Relativity" ~ Escher

"Relativity", 1953 (lithograph) by M.C. Escher This is perhaps Escher's best-known print on the theme of relativity. It also is a fine example of Escher's focus on unusual, and often conflicting, points of view.


Escher - Horses- This image is similar to the Sky and Water print because it uses the negative space to make another shape. In this one, the black space starts off as a figure on a horse, but we see that the negative space makes the same shape.


MC Escher, Balcony, Op Art - A twentieth century art movement and style in which artists sought to create an impression of movement on the picture surface by means of optical illusion.

Reptiles - M.C. Escher

The iconic image of MC Escher's Reptiles lithograph from 1943 has become part of a global cultural legacy. This is particularly true in the technology world where it not only explores tessellations in Mathematics, but also dabbles in a playful absurdity.