The exhibition includes more than 130 drawings and graphic artworks by Maurits Cornelius Escher (1898-1972), who is best known for his mathematically-inspired woodcuts, lithographs and mezzotints.

His work features stunning designs that explore the seemingly impossible limits of architecture and infinity, often confounding the viewer.

The artist travelled extensively in Italy, living in Rome with his wife and son from the early 1920s until the fascist political climate prompted the family's departure to Switzerland in 1935.

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Address Chiostro del Bramante, Via della Pace, tel. 06916508451.
Escher - image 1
Escher - image 2
Escher - image 3
Escher - image 4

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Chiostro del Bramante, Via della Pace, tel. 06916508451.

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