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Discover our hand framed M.C. Escher art prints and posters. All prints are lovingly framed to order by our experts right here in the UK workshop. Use the menus at the top to navigate to prints on other topics or by different artists.
Get your new M.C. Escher prints professionally framed here to ensure they stand out against your wall. All posters and art prints can also be further mounted within the frame to enhance the visual impact by giving a wider border with greater depth.
Please note that most prints are also available unframed should you choose to arrange a frame yourself. Unframed art prints are usually shipped on the same day if ordered before 2pm. Framed items can take one or two working days longer with our experts in the framing workshop.
Be it a small 8x8 size print to big life-size prints, we can deliver any size to you. Plus, we give you options of framed Giclee print, gallery-wrapped canvas, or delivered in a roll to frame as per your requirement.
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Printmaking is seldom a fast or easy artistic process; woodcuts and wood engravings are especially time-consuming and labor-intensive. As a printmaker with a complex, precise, and detail-oriented artistic style, Escher was extremely productive. However, this productivity took a toll on Escher's relationship with his family, and a growing sense of loneliness began to appear in his later prints, when the artist became more and more isolated.
In 1946, one year after the end of World War II, Escher made two pieces of unsettling mezzotint prints titled, Mummified Frog and Eye (fig. 10), possibly as a reflection of the deaths he witnessed during the war. The first piece was created after a real mummified frog was found behind a piece of furniture in his own house. Just as he captured the scene of the priests fourteen years ago, the artist depicted the frog the way it was discovered.
Today, you can find a wealth of optical illusion art with the click of a mouse. Before interactive videos and animated gifs, however, there was the mind-bending work of M.C. Escher, a Dutch graphic designer known for marrying mathematical precision with surreal subject matter. In an effort to further familiarize audiences with his avant-garde work, the Boston Public Library has recently digitized its collection of Escher prints, allowing users to explore each perplexing piece like never before.
Featuring woodcuts, lithographs, and wood engravings, this selection of Escher artwork offers a glimpse into his bigger body of work. The experimental prints incorporate a range of the artist's interests, including impossible architecture, dream-like animals, eye-catching portraiture, and hypnotizing patterns. In each case, Escher constructs a complex image that is both rooted in realism and inspired by his imagination.
A breathtaking exhibition starts from June 6th, 2018 at the Ueno-no-mori Museum (The Ueno Royal Museum). M.C. Escher's fantastic art is enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. Along with his so-called impossible constructions, his series of prints also combined meticulous realism with enigmatic optical illusions. Working in lithograph, wood engraving, and woodcut, he portrayed with fantastic and unbelievable technical virtuosity imposs