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In the early 16th century, Leonardo da Vinci, a painter, sculptor, and skilled mechanical engineer, sketched crude designs for helicopters and parachutes as well as for gliders with flapping wingtips. The evidence suggests that he built models of at least some of his proposed flying machi…
He was creative and he wanted to do something original plus painting was cool in France back then.
He studied under the painter Verrocchio.
Leonardo was born an illegitimate son of a notary (lawyer) in Italy. Although little is known for sure, it appears he was raised by his grandpar…
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Leonardo Da Vinci used "mirror writing" --but that is only what we call it now. So, his private notes are read "backward" (right-to-left)---- but that is probably just the natural way for a young left-handed person to write. Especially to keep his hand out of the ink! And especially if this writin…
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The Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo da Vinci, is perhaps the most
familiar work of art in the world. It was painted in the 16th
Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452.
Location of "The Last Supper"
Leonardo da Vinci painted his famous painting, "The Last Supper," on the back wall of the dining hall at the Dominican convent of Sta Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy.
Born: Saturday, 15th April 1452, Vinci near Florence, Italy At 3AM Birth name: Leonardo di Ser Piero da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci's was often referred to as Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci. Which simply means Leonardo son of Piero, of (from) Vinci. His last name is unknown for several reasons, perhaps because there was no need for last names, or maybe because he was an illegitimate child. Regardless, Leonardo'…
Leonardo da Vinci's most famous paintings were 'The Mona Lisa' and
'The Last Supper'
The cause of Leonardo da Vinci's death is unknown, but most scientists believe he died from natural causes. He died at Clos Lucé, France, on May 2, 1519
Leonardo Da Vinci was an Italian polymath: painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer. He has often been described as the archetype of the Renaissance man, a man whose curiosity was equaled only by hi…
He was Italian, born near Vinci, Tuscany.
Apprentice (Leonardo da Vinci)He was apprenticed to Master Verrocchio, one of Florence's best known artist. Like other apprentices, he learned to draw, to prepare colours, varnish and to sculpt. He used a sketchpad to make his own study of Florence's famous works of art.
Leonardo da Vinci's workshop was located in Florence, Italy. Edit: Leonardo relocated to Venice in the late 1480's, and later lodged in the belvedere of The Vatican.
Yes Leonardo knew both masters. In fact, he and Michelangelo did not get along culminating in a contrived painting competition in Florence. Raphael on the other hand, seemed content to stay in the background and absorb all he could from the two masters.
Da Vinci's FriendsHe was apprenticed to the artist Andrea del Verrochio and became good friends. The mathematician Luca Pacioli with whom he collaborated on a book in the 1490s. Cesare Borgia, in whose service he spent the years 1502 and 1503. During that time he also met Niccol Machiavelli, with wh…
Answer1 They were written backwards so they were hard to decipher. If anyone could just come along and read the codes, then the guarded secrets wouldn't be so important. Another theory is that it was easier for him to write in that direction because he was left handed. And what he wrote in his not…
i handle criticism positively and i think i will check myself if theres something wrong then i will try to change it
leanardo da vinci was born in vinci Italy, "DA" in Italian means from, so his name literally meant:"Leanardo from vinci". He spent most of his life in nearby Florence
Writing TechniqueHe actually used what is called Mirror Writing. It was a question on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.
Leonardo died at the age of 67, on May 2, 1519, in his home in France. :(
"i just wanted to say look on Mona Lisa DID U KNOW SHE HAS NO EYEBROWS? =)" That is not to say it never had eyebrows. The painting has faded and cracked over time, the superficial layers of paint which included the eyebrows have been lost. But to answer the original question --Leonardo was somethi…
the lute he also made a silver lute and gave it to lidovico an
Like many men of his time he depended on the wealthy to buy and commission his work. He was always broke and had very little to live on for the most part. Many critics of his work didn't see the genius of his art and made comments stating this to others. He had to "fight" to be recognized and to gai…
the hand glider
Leonardo da Vinci died on May 2, 1519 at the age of 67.
He was left handed and back then people who were lefties were considered a work of the devil. He was in competition with his rival in the arts Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti.
they were very amazed and happy by his actions
It is not known who taught Leonardo Da Vinci how to read and write.
Though since he spent the first five years of his life with his
mother it's likely she taught him or found a teacher who taught
A noble might be interested in Leonardo da Vinci's engineering
ability for many reasons. It is most likely, however, that in da
Vinci's own day, a contemporary noble might be interested for the
sake of gaining an advantage on the battlefield, as da Vinci proved
capable of devising both fantastic and…
I do not think it did.
No, he did not get married.No he was not married.No, he was presumed homosexualLeonardo da Vinci never married. He was too busy with painting and inventing to get married.
people say because she was his friend but i don't know honestly. it did turn out beautiful. he painted Mona Lisa in 1503 and Vitruvian Man in about 1492. the original of Vitruvian Man is in Venice, Italy. he didn't give it to her because he loved it so much. but i think why he did will remain a mys…
Michelangelo was a sculptor and he was a great fan of Leo's work, Leo was more successful and had trained for years in anatomy science sculpting, architecture blah blah blah and had retired in France as a painter and a writer, Michelangelo had just spent his life into sculpting and cha…
Leonardo da Vinci was a scientist, inventor, and a painter he ........(check the link below for more info).
Da Vinci never married according to all available records and biographies.
No, Leonardo was apprenticed to a man ne Verrocchio.
his family was very igranate. They disowned Leonardo Da Vinci
The piece of work is a fresco. He most likely began with a 'cartoon' or rough sketch of the composition. This is transferred onto the wall with charcoal usually, and then the fresco process begins. This consists of applying wet plaster onto the wall and painting the picture into the plaster. Artists…
A Flying Machine
A Tank For Warfare
Lifting Devices (including a crane)
Something that looks like a modern car, with the provision that a suitable power source had to be invented to make it run
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Leonardo was influenced by his mentor Verrocchio. And his father who raised him on his own.
da Vinci the scientist observed nature and systematically recorded his observations. He studied every detail of the human body by dissecting corpses. In his study of animals da Vinci focused on the mystery of flight. His copious notes covered a vast range of topics from the sun, moon, and stars, to …
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it is being able to create something without help from nothing, something beautiful from something ugly even turning a dump of bedroom into neat and tidy bedroom is artistic ability. its really just being creative at what ever.
Leonardo da Vinci painted the most famous one. There are hundreds of of others.
No, he did not marry, or have any children.
Leonardo wrote in Italian using a special kind of shorthand that he
invented himself. People who study his notebooks have long been
puzzled by something else, however. He usually used "mirror
writing", starting at the right side of the page and moving to the
left. Only when he was writing something …
because it just is and people love the Mona Lisa an it was his mum who painted it and it was the best piece of art he ever did and he loved it
draw the head, then torso, then limbs
The monk was a member of Opus Dei. It was founded by Josemaría Escrivá and has close to 90,000 members world wide. See the related link for more information.
He was an apprentice to Andrea del Verrocchio.
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Leonardo Da Vinci!famous painter and invented the parachute.Also he has painted the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper he was also born in 1452 and died in 1505 i think by natural causes as other scientist say
Pre-historic art 30 000 BC Egyptian art 3 000 BCAncient Greek art 700 BCLeonardo da Vinci 1500 ADAnd just before Leonardo Florence was full of eminent artists 1400 - 1500 AD.Heard of Botticelli e.g.So the short answer is - NO!
He did sketch the precursor for our scuba gear.
For writing The Da Vinci Code.
Leonardo da Vinci died in France, Cloux. His death is still unknown. old age He couldent of died of old age because he was 67 when he died.Not true!He could have died of old age because people back then didn't live very long
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mona Lisa mystery
Well mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo da vinci they said that mona Lisa was not really a painting becasuse they did not found any marks of paintbrush and until now no one knows if it is real or what. based from the scientist mona Lisa painting was just printed but it is not tr…
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He drew many ideas for inventions in his sketchbook but they were not executed.
Leonardo Da Vinci died at Clos Lucé, France, on May 2, 1519 at the age of 67. (Different person) I heard he died may 2 1452 when he was 67 in Amboise, Tourane(different person)no top 1 is right soz because he was born in 1452 after 67 years he died in 1519. :) yay xxx
As far as we know he did not marry.
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His jobs were an Italian polymath, being a scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician writer, artist, vegetarian He was a painter, but he also did all kinds of practical work for the Duke of Milan who employed him.
Leonardo da Vinci was imprisoned in 1509
No, he did not.
Vincent van Gogh did, but he was not an impressionist. No famous impressionist has done this.
Inventions of Leonardo Da Vinci
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Extremely talented and outlandishly curious, Leonardo Da Vinci lived from 1452 to 1519 and was far ahead of his time. Fascinated with the idea that man could fly, he drew sketches of a helicopter and light hang glider, but his accomplishments wen…
he died on May 2nd 1519
Leonardo da Vinci won the World Award of Arts. He was born on April
15, 1452. Leonardo was an Italian Renaissance, painter, architect,
inventor, and student of all things scientific.
The Renaissance was shaped by humanism- the study of the classical antiquity/world - ancient Greek and Rome.
The Greco-Roman contribution to art lies in the fact that the art of the Renaissance was a rebirth of the art knowledge fron that time period that was lost during the Middle or Dark Ages.
It took him 16 years 1503-1519.
Italian high renaissance portraiture, landscape, sculpture, photography Answer 2: I find it odd that he should have done photography. It was invented in the 1830s, when Leonardo had been dead for over 300 years.I totally agree so who ever put the first answer obviously wanted to mess someone up or …
Leonardo da Vinci used many tools to create his works of art. Some
are oil paint, brushes, wood panels, sketchbooks, ink, quills,
poplar wood and marble.
He was one of the greatest painters of the Italian Renaissanse, but only gave us a few completed paintings, I think his idea of beauty is embodied in the painting of Mona Lisa.
No. He didn't get married. Because he was homosexual.
Leonardo served the studio of his Master, Verrochio, from the age of 14. As his talent became obvious, surely those who bought the Master's works noticed Leonardo's promise, and began ordering work from him directly (called "commissions"). As long as he was under Verrochio's roof, however, the Maste…
Leonardo Da Vinci
In Florence and Milan, Italy.
All Leonardo's inventions were made in his sketchbooks, never executed. The sketches are not dated.
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The beautiful artwork "Mona Lisa" was painted in the 16th century.
His mother's name was Caterina.
Answer He had a great knowledge of the classics and also Maths, Science and Art. And then, no man is an island. Besides his natural talents -this man was a genius in every imaginable subject- he lived during a period known as "The Renaissance". There were lots of goings-ons in Europe at that time …
Leonardo's style of painting was Realism, the Movement his art is placed in is the Renaissance.
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The exact dates are 1503-1505. 'Mona Lisa', by Leonardo da Vinci, is perhaps the most familiar work of art in the world. Finished or not finished has two answers. 1) It was completed in 1505. 2) Some people maintain it was never quite completed. He started the Mona Lisa in 1503 and finished it i…
The painting, 'The adoration of the Magi,' shows the Magi bringing
gifts to baby Jesus. The painting portrays the Magi bestowing Jesus
with adoration and gifts and recognizing him as a king
It's in a high tech safe in California.
Answer 2The most famous self portrait of his is in a museum in Torino, Italy.