Mathematics and Art III

Fasanelli, Florence; Wilson, Robin
June 2000
Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer2000, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p80
Academic Journal
Features paintings of artists, musicians, novelists and poets who were fascinated with non-Euclidean geometry and the fourth dimension and how to portray these concepts. Robert Delaunay's painting `Rhythme: La joie de vivre'; Piet Mondrian's `Broadway Boogie-Woogie'; Victor Vasarely's `Vega-chess.'


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