Needham’s book is the example *par excellence *of treating modern analytical material in a more classical, geometric vein; some of these books approach it in that regard, while others just include nice pictures or illustrations. I’m sure I’m forgetting about many texts with beautiful figures; I’ll add to the list as I’m reminded of them.

Tristan Needham, *Visual Complex Analysis*

Nathan Carter, *Visual Group Theory*

Martin Weissman, *An Illustrated Theory of Numbers*

Elias Wegert, *Visual Complex Functions*

Siegmund Brandt and Hans Dieter Dahmen, *The Picture Book of Quantum Mechanics*

James Callahan, *Advanced Calculus: A Geometric View*

H. M. Schey, *Div, Grad, Curl and All That*

Michio Kuga, *Galois’ Dream: Group Theory and Differential Equations*

Charles Misner, Kip Thorne, and John Archibald Wheeler, *Gravitation*

Michael Spivak,* A Comprehensive Introduction to Differential Geometry*

David Hilbert and Stephan Cohn-Vossen, *Geometry and the Imagination*