Sky and Water II - Artist: M.C. Escher Completion Date: 1938 Style: Op Art Genre: tessellation

Sky and Water II - Artist: M. Escher Completion Date: 1938 Style: Op Art Genre: tessellation

artworks tagged "butterflies" - WikiArt.

(Unity) Butterflies - M. Escher: Op Art, black and white contrast lesson. could also use other examples of his work for perspective lessons

Two Birds - M.C. Escher

Two Birds, 1938 drawing by M. Escher Birds play a prominent role in our folklore and culture, symbolizing ideas as diverse as peace,.

lines and colors :: a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts » M.C. Escher: Impossible Realities

lines and colors :: a blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art and other visual arts » M.C. Escher: Impossible Realities

M. C. Escher, Regular Division of the Plane III, 1957–1958, woodcut in black on wove paper, 34.1 × 25.4 cm; image, 24.1 × 18 cm, National Gallery of Canada, Gift of George Escher, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, 1987.

Skot Foreman Gallery M. "Escher Regular Division of the Plane III (Red)" 1957 Woodcut 9 x 7 in 25 x 17 cm Limited-edition of 175 Bool 418 © The M. Escher Company B.

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Visual puzzle - Chevaux noirs ou chevaux blancs ?

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.

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