Maurits Cornelis Escher was a visual craftsman, who lived in the vicinity of 1898 and 1972. He was the total ace in making inconceivable circumstances and optical fantasies in woodcuts and litho-charts.
'Escher in the Palace' Escher in Het Paleis is a lasting display in a previous royal residence of the Royal Family in the recorded heart of The Hague.
Envision illustrations with water drifting upwards, ceaseless staircases, reptiles creeping horrendous circles between objects on a work area, getting away and reemerging the paper that they are drawn on, hands leaving a bit of paper and drawing them. To the vast majority, these things are difficult to envision, let alone to draw. In any case, it's all there in the Escher exhibition hall, 'Escher in the Palace'.