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Vitruvian Man is Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous drawing made in It shows the idle human proposition. Also, Vitruvian man wasn't Leonardo's own idea.

Leonardo da Vinci, 1490.

Leonardo da Vinci - Geometric shapes and design botanical, Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Institut de France

Remarkable accuracy: A forthcoming exhibition will compare Leonardo da Vinci's anatomical drawings with the latest modern medical scans and models to show just how true to life the artist's work was.

Remarkable accuracy: A forthcoming exhibition will compare Leonardo da Vinci's anatomical drawings with the latest modern medical scans and models to show just how true to life the artist's work was.

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Leonardo Da Vinci Da Vinci defined the “Renaissance Man” with his inventions, art and scientific theories. This self-portrait of the famous artist and inventor was composed in red chalk. Date: Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. And he was vegan.

Léonard de Vinci

Whilst in Milan, Leonardo became very interested in Mathematics, also. He illustrated one of the first modern math books, done by a friend of his, Luca Pacioli

レオナルド・ダ・ヴィンチ 《大鎌を装備した戦車の二つの案》 1485年頃 トリノ王立図書館

レオナルド・ダ・ヴィンチ 《大鎌を装備した戦車の二つの案》 1485年頃 トリノ王立図書館

Leonardo da Vinci, self portrait. Este autorretrato expresa muchas emociones, por como se plasma el autor y lo que busca explicar con sus facciones, por lo mismo evoca sentimientos complejos hacia el observador, al tratar de determinar sus pensamientos. Da un punto de vista individual, al querer enseñar al maestro de todas aquellas maravillosas piezas de arte.

Leonardo da Vinci, self portrait. Este autorretrato expresa muchas emociones, por como se plasma el autor y lo que busca explicar con sus facciones, por lo mismo evoca sentimientos complejos hacia el observador, al tratar de determinar sus pensamientos. Da un punto de vista individual, al querer enseñar al maestro de todas aquellas maravillosas piezas de arte.

Recto: A study for an equestrian monument. Verso: Studies of flowing water, a cross-bow, geometry, etc. | Royal Collection Trust

Rider On A Rearing Horse Trampling On A Fallen Foe (Study For The Sforza Monument) - Leonardo da Vinci, c. late century via the Smithsonian Photographic Institute, American Art Museum Collection

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