e flower paintings such as “Red Poppy” in 1927, “White Trumpet Flower in 1932, and “Red Amarylis” in 1937 among others are definitely inspired by nature and carry along with them, a meaning of feminity, life, peace and harmony (Coe, 2014). Most of the seemingly large flowers depict a strong feminine nature, which O’keeffe was well known for.
M.C. Escher on the other hand was a Dutch art icon for many years. Escher’s paintings represent a tremendous maturity of artwork with his earlier artworks mainly being sketches on plain landscapes. For example, “ Still Life and Street” in 1937, represents one of his earlier woodcut sketches (“M.C. Escher,” 2015). However, as he went along with life, he gained interest in geometry art. Arguably, “Circle Limit III” in 1959, “Still Life with Spherical Mirror,” in 1934, and “Snakes” in 1969 represents a symmetrical congruence inspired by geometry, life, and nature (“M.C. Escher Documentary” 2013). Agreeably, Escher’s last artworks such as “Small Stellated Dodecahedron” represents the mind of an artist ushering in 21st century modernity. Escher’s artwork depict nature inspired by