Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) is a renowned Dutch print artist. This exhibition originates from Jerusalem’s Israel Museum, which all Escher prints are kindly donated from New York art collector Charles Kramer and the Kramer family. This exhibition displays 152 pieces of Escher’s classic works, including 141 prints, 6 sketches, 4 wood carving, and one ball sculpture; these works cover different stages of Escher’s artistic life. With the six themes, secret techniques of prints, character depiction, scientific exploration, biblical stories, Southern Europe landscape, and optical illusion, one explores the enigma of M.C. Escher.