# Difference between revisions of "Wallpaper Patterns"

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− | * | + | * [http://www.oswego.edu/~baloglou/103/seventeen.html Proof of the 17 wallpaper group classification] by George Baloglou. |

* [http://www.math.utoronto.ca/~drorbn/Gallery/Symmetry/Tilings/index.html Tilings] by Dror Bar-Natan. | * [http://www.math.utoronto.ca/~drorbn/Gallery/Symmetry/Tilings/index.html Tilings] by Dror Bar-Natan. | ||

+ | * [http://mathmuse.sci.ibaraki.ac.jp/pattrn/PatternE.html The 17 wallpaper patterns in traditional Japanese art] at Mathematics Museum (Japan). |

## Revision as of 02:31, 31 January 2007

Relevant examples from Escher's work:

- Escher's sketches of Polya's 17 wallpaper patterns. Visions of Symmetry, pg. 24-26.

## Wallpaper Patterns

## The Seventeen Wallpaper Groups

## Related Sites

- Proof of the 17 wallpaper group classification by George Baloglou.
- Tilings by Dror Bar-Natan.
- The 17 wallpaper patterns in traditional Japanese art at Mathematics Museum (Japan).