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Escher Museum

Published by Jan Migenda — 12 days ago

Blog: Den Haag
Tags: Erasmus blog The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands

Escher Museum

A very interesting museum was the Escher museum showing works of 20th-century artist Maurits Cornelis Escher whose specialty was filling spaces and drawing impossible figures.

Escher Museum

These realistic ripples of water disturbing the linear branches of trees impressed me ...

Escher Museum

These angels and bat demons look like they could be taken from medieval mysticism such as Hildegard von Bingen ...

Escher Museum

This landscape shows white and black birds shaped from pieces of land complementing each other ...

Escher Museum

Lastly, this famous painting shows the union between man and woman in one band; it is often printed on academic books in the humanities.


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