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His journals were filled with over 13,000 pages of his observations of the world.Leonardo da, vinci (April 15, 1452 to May 2, 1519) was a painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, military engineer and draftsman the epitome of a Renaissance man.After being present at a 1515 meeting between Frances King Francis I and Pope Leo X in Bologna, the new French monarch offered da Vinci the title Premier Painter and Engineer tagli per viso ovale allungato and Architect to the King.Leonardo da, vinci, according to the proportions chosen by Vitruvius, a famous Roman architect, whom the inventor admires.Ironically, Gian Giacomo Trivulzio, who led the French forces that conquered Ludovico in 1499, followed in his foes footsteps and commissioned da Vinci to sculpt a grand equestrian statue, one that could be mounted on his tomb.Leonardo didn't just study the human anatomy either.
He was interested in civil engineering projects and designed a single span bridge, a way to divert the Arno River, and moveable barricades which would help protect a city in the case of attack.
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Painting Techniques Leonardo da Vinci is well known for his pioneering use of two painting techniques: Chiaroscuro : a stark contrast between darkness and light that gave a three-dimensionality to da Vinci s figures.Unlike some artists, Leonardo was very famous for his paintings while he was still alive.This was the obsession of his life, to be the first man to fly, says Gabriele Niccolai.Some of his drawings were previews to later paintings, some were studies of anatomy, some were closer to scientific sketches.With a curious mind and keen intellect, da, vinci studied the laws of science and nature, which greatly informed his work.He continued work on his scientific studies until his death; his assistant, Melzi, became the principal heir and executor of his estate.He lived during the Renaissance, a cultural movement that led to important developments in areas such as art and science.It would leave posterity an impressive number of urban architectural projects, very detailed, taking into account all verifica vincita scommessa goldbet aspects of a modern city, even today.For centuries after his death, thousands of pages from his private journals with notes, drawings, observations and scientific theories have surfaced and provided a fuller measure of a true "Renaissance man." Auction Sale of 'Salvator Mundi' In November 2017, the art world was sent buzzing.