Schattschneider responsible party thesis

Escher was interested enough in Hieronymus Bosch 's 1500 triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights to recreate part of its right-hand panel, Hell , as a lithograph in 1935. He reused the figure of a Mediaeval woman in a two-pointed headdress and a long gown in his lithograph Belvedere in 1958; the image is, like many of his other "extraordinary invented places", [40] peopled with " jesters , knaves and contemplators". [40] Escher was thus not only interested in possible or impossible geometry, but was in his own words a "reality enthusiast"; [40] he combined "formal astonishment with a vivid and idiosyncratic vision." [40]

Schattschneider responsible party thesis

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