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Where Art Meets Math

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the American cartoonist Crockett Johnson created a series of paintings on mathematical subjects. They’re based on theorems, laws, and mathematical figures, but viewers don’t need a background in math to appreciate the completed pieces. Other mathematical works and figures from across the Smithsonian are in the mix. 

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