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Maurits Cornelis Escher (Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, June 17, 1898 - Hilversum, Netherlands, March 27, 1972), better known as MC Escher was a Dutch artist known for his wood engravings, woodcuts and lithographs dealing with figures impossible, tessellations and imaginary worlds.
Her work experiments with different methods of representing (in drawings of 2 or 3 dimensions) paradoxical spaces that challenge common modes of representation.
Throughout his career he made over 400 lithographs and woodcuts, and some 2,000 drawings and drafts. In many there are dozens of plays, hundreds and even thousands of others. At the end of his career destroyed some of the plates for not conducting more reproductions of originals. There are also studies and drafts of many of his works, sometimes also several versions of some of them. Many of his works were sold off shortly after his death and are spread throughout the world. An important group is exposed permanently in the Escher Museum in The Hague, Netherlands.
As an artist, MC Escher is difficult to classify. There have been many interpretations of his works, but the reality is that Escher had no great pretensions or transmit messages, but basically embodied what he liked.
No work based on feelings, like other artists, but simply in situations, solutions to problems, visual games and winks to the viewer. Visions sometimes befell him at night, which passed through his imagination and he thought worthy of being captured in his paintings.
He himself would recognize that not very interested in reality or humanity in general, people or psychology, but only the things that went through his head. In a way it was someone introverted treatment even say difficult, he preferred to create his own universe.
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