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Monday 9 February 2015


Did M C Escher sketch the Loch Ness Monster in the 1940s?

Can't quite remember.

now read on....

1 comment:

  1. Lost Drawing Of Nessie By M. C. Escher 1898-1972 NL
    A long forgotten painting was found in an old Italian attic. The painting had been put aside for years, until traffic police office Raffaele De Feo decided to examine the drawing up close. The drawing was done in 1949 and was signed by M.C. Escher and titled “Loch Ness Monster and Black Man without a Face”.