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The paradoxical universe of M.C. Escher

— November 2015

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M.C. Escher, Day and Night, February 1938, Woodcut in black and grey, 39.2x67.8cm, Collection Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands. © 2015 The M.C. Escher Company-The Netherlands

Sarah Lawson steps into another dimension at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

M.C. Escher (1898–1972) was a one-off if there ever was one. His work is instantly recognizable but not exactly predictable. He didn’t fit into any of the established schools of his lifetime. He was undeniably a surrealist, but apparently had no connection at all with the surrealist movement. Now and then you see what might be the influence of

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Media credit: All M.C. Escher works © 2015 The M.C. Escher Company-The Netherlands. All rights reserved. www.mcescher.com

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