This dutch litographist (1898-1972) was quite rare and bizarre, speaking about its visual representations of… dreams? The absurd? Infinity? Impossible scenarios? Mixing together his abilities in wood carving, drawing, architecture, mathematic and decorative arts he created the most unusual scenes in a most particular style that still persist in the popular culture imaginarium.
In a wonderful representation of pre Op-Art, this artist incorpored paradoxical objects such as the Necker Cube, the Penrose triangle and other mathematical oddities like stellated dodecahedrons, polyhedra and geometric distortions and… yeah.
Convex and Concave. 1955.
House of Stairs. 1951.
Metamorphosis II. 1939-1940.