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Saturday Art: Day and Night By M. C. Escher - Shadowproof
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Saturday Art: Day and Night By M. C. Escher - Shadowproof

Published: November 7, 2010  |  4 min read, 776 words
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Day and Night, c. 1938, by Maurits Cornelis Escherby M. C. Escher hangs at the M. C. Escher Museum in The Hague, Netherlands. It was made from two wood blocks and black ink. At the bottom center, two roads meet at a 90-degree angle. To the left, we see fields, farm buildings and a windmill, and a canal from the river. There is a town to the north of the canal with a bridge over the river, leading to another group of roads, fields and canals. This is the day side. To the right, we see the same things, only on this side it is night. These parts of the print are symmetrical.Look inside the Vee... READ MORE
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