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Drawing hands
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204: Drawing hands (Escher)

A pair of hands? Or at least, a right hand drawing a left hand, which in turn is drawing the hand that draws it.

This is another type of "impossible object," in which the levels are tangled.

Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) was a Dutch artist, who produced many well-known images of mathematical fantasies, though he had no formal training in mathematics. Animals and birds metamorphose into geometrical shapes and back again - buildings follow geometrical rules, yet defy reality.

* This puzzle is postcard size, with micro pieces

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A Yanoman puzzle: 204 pieces; 15 x 10 cm (6" x 4")
Code: Y98355 (98-355 on package)
Retail price ¥500

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