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This page is an index of Escher's artwork.  Each artwork has a page with a thumbnail image, name, date, and other print information.  In addtion, each artwork page lists its location in various printed Escher books as well as availability on the web.
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For an alphabetical, go to [[:Category:Escher Artwork|Escher Artwork Index]]
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Other galleries of Escher's artwork on the web include:
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* [http://www.mcescher.com The Official M.C. Escher Website]
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* [http://www.eschergranada.com M.C. Escher Infinite Universes Exhibition]
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* [http://people.via.ecp.fr/~jm/musee/escher.html JM Musee Escher]
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* [http://www.worldofescher.com/gallery/ World of Escher Gallery]
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* [http://aixa.ugr.es/escher/table.html José Martínez Aroza's Escher Gallery]
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* [http://britton.disted.camosun.bc.ca/escher/jbescher.htm Jill Britton's Escher Gallery]
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==Regular Division of the Plane Drawings==
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Over the course of his career, Escher filled five folio notebooks with sketches of periodic tessellations.  These were not intended for public consumption, but instead sources of ideas and design patterns he would use in creating his finished graphic works.
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Escher numbered his sketches, from 1 to 137.  Most of these sketches are available at [[Regular Division of the Plane Drawings]]
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==1910's==
 
==1910's==
 
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Revision as of 18:50, 23 August 2015

This page is an index of Escher's artwork. Each artwork has a page with a thumbnail image, name, date, and other print information. In addtion, each artwork page lists its location in various printed Escher books as well as availability on the web.

For an alphabetical, go to Escher Artwork Index

Other galleries of Escher's artwork on the web include:

Regular Division of the Plane Drawings

Over the course of his career, Escher filled five folio notebooks with sketches of periodic tessellations. These were not intended for public consumption, but instead sources of ideas and design patterns he would use in creating his finished graphic works.

Escher numbered his sketches, from 1 to 137. Most of these sketches are available at Regular Division of the Plane Drawings

1910's

1920's

1930's

1940's

1950's

1960's