Waterfall painting is a lithograph print that was printed on 1 October 1961 by M.C Escher who was a Dutch artist. This print shows a visible paradox where water from a waterfall base runs downhill along water path, prior to reaching to its top. The artist utilizes propositions that are conflicting in nature to create a paradox that can be seen. The leat of the waterfall has two Penrose triangles structure. These types of triangles are impossible objects that were designed by Lionel Penrose and his son.
According to this painting, M.C Escher violated a number of fallacies. A