Brilliance . . . . an untethered mind
- Size: 39" X 39"
- Pattern: Original
- Quilting: Machine
- Inspired by a photograph in the public domain.
Albert Einstein was not a scientist in common vernacular. His mind was his laboratory. A mind that used observation to take it in directions never before explored. He developed theories that challenged the way we viewed the world and universe. Most widely known for this special and general theory of relativity (E=mc2), Einstein won the Nobel Prize in physics in 1921. Considered the most influential physicist of the 20th century, he was a modest and simple man also remembered for his written observations about genius, the curious mind and life in general.