Escher and find yourself in The Netherlands

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Escher and find yourself in The Netherlands, not too far from The Hague.

Head over to the Escher in het Palais

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The first time I’ve heard of was in “Weird Al” Yankovic’s 2009 parody video “” when Weird Al sings “MC Escher that’s my favorite MC.”  I had seen reproductions of Escher’s prints here and there before, but I didn’t know the artist’s name.
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Escher’s litograph “Hand with reflecting sphere” (self-portrait) I first had the pleasure of seeing Escher’s originals in  2014, when the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, New Hampshire hosted a .  Unfortunately, taking photos was not allowed in the exhibit, so while I did write a blog post about the museum (““), .

It does not include any photos from the Escher exhibit

Main staircase at the Escher in the Palace Museum one of the exhibit rooms in the Escher in the Palace Museum one of the exhibit rooms at the Escher in the Palace Museum M.
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Escher’s 1932 lithograph, San Michele dei Frisoni, Rome M.
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Escher’s 1934 wood engraving, Calanche of Piana, Corsica M.
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Escher’s 1937 woodcut, Still life and street M.
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Escher’s 1934 lithograph, Still life with mirror M.
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Escher’s 1960 woodcut in black and ochre

printed from two blocks, “Circle limit IV (Heaven and Hell) M.
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Escher’s 1936 lithograph, “Print Gallery” fragment of M.
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Escher’s work M.
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Escher’s 1961 wood engraving and woodcut in red

green, gold and blac, printed from four blocks, “Möbius strip I” If you want to learn more about M.
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Escher, take a look at the  or the official.
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