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The former, however, kept attracting my eye with its elegant stylization of how ripples distort reﬂections, clearly revealing its creator’s fascination for the geometry that pervades physical phenomena. As for Puddle (page 8), I warmed up slowly to its underdone poetry, deﬁned by the mingling of many distinct worlds – the moon, the clear sky, the trees, the mud, the smooth water, and of course the invisible humans, the details of whose recent comings and goings on foot and on wheels were clearly legible to the intelligent eye.
Escher”? That is a probing question. However, an even more probing question is whether I would ever have encountered them at all, had he not become world-famous for his later works.
Amalﬁ and Ravello had important commercial contacts with the other nations on the mediterranean sea, in particular with the Byzantines and the Moors. C. Escher, Ravello and the Coast of Amalﬁ, 1931. Lithograph Ravello and the Amalﬁ coast. Photograph by Doris Schattschneider 22 Michele Emmer A plaque commemorating Escher’s residence in Ravello. Photograph by Doris Schattschneider the Arabs had an important inﬂuence on the culture and the art of the Amalﬁ coast. The Pistolesi 1845 guidebook noted with great admiration that Atrani could easily have been mistaken for a part of Tunis or Algiers.