A Study of M.C. Escher

M.C. Escher was a Dutch graphic artist known for his mathematically inspired constructions that seem impossible. His artwork represents explorations of infinity, architecture, fractals, and tessellations. Gifted students find his work fascinating and love studying his prints, which are readily available in books and on the Internet. Young people also appreciate learning about the theories behind Escher's artwork and enjoy trying to replicate his techniques.

There are numerous websites on the Internet that provide collections of Escher’s art and explanations of how the art relates to mathematics, including

For sites that provide activities and lesson plans related to Escher, see

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