Escher art

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House of Stairs.  November 1951  Lithograph    "House of Stairs" has an unusual perspective. If the grid lines for this drawing were visible, one would see a network of curved vertical lines that met in the centre at three points along a vertical axis. The vanishing points have various functions for the Curl-Ups in the stairwell. The curved lines of the drawing allowed Escher to make opposite dimensions (above, below) flow into each other. Escher Stairs, Mc Escher Art, Illusion Kunst, Escher Art, Stair Art, Optical Illusion Wallpaper, M C Escher, Mc Escher, Psy Art

House of Stairs. November 1951 Lithograph "House of Stairs" has an unusual perspective. If the grid lines for this drawing were visible, one would see a network of curved vertical lines that met in the centre at three points along a vertical axis. The vanishing points have various functions for the Curl-Ups in the stairwell. The curved lines of the drawing allowed Escher to make opposite dimensions (above, below) flow into each other.

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