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 notes was seldom secret. The drawings would give him away, anyway.Answer2He was a lefty so it was easier for him to write that way when someone needed to see it he wrote in the traditional way. Answer3He was left handed so he wrote that way. If he had writen it normally, it would look all smeared so he wrote it the reflection way. People might say it was a secret but it would show all of the things he wrote in his drawing.
HE WAS DYSLEXIC
It allows you to understand everything.
The camel in Giotto's Adoration of the Magi has bright blue eyes to help create the sense of awe and amazement of what was going on before it. In real life, camels have dark eyes.
The Mona Lisa is a 16th century portrait painted in oil on a poplar panel in Florence by Leonardo da Vinci
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Most of the subjects he painted had a Christian theme but there are a few, like the Mona Lisa portrait, that were not religious in nature.
Because it radically broke with all the traditions of painting.
Yes. Leonardo Da Vinci did invent the hidden blade, it's not its not a exact replica from the Game "Assasins Creed II".
BTW he did not invent it in the game..
He dissected them and used them to create anatomical sketches that are, in fact, still used in text books today.
Leonardo Da Vinci was the original painter of the last supper which is famous around the world. Leonardo is also responsible for many other notable paintings including Mona Lisa.
Not really a "companion" per se. Francis I was the king of France and the last patron of Leonardo da Vinci.
There is a legend that says that Francis I was there holding Leonardo in his arms by his side when he died.
it is Leonardo da Vinci, though that is not actually his name.
In renaissance Italy, peoples last names were the name of the town or city they lived in. So if Leonardo had lived in Florence, his name would be: Leonardo Da Florencie. It is in fact the middle name you should look for.
Leonardo was a multi-faceted genius. It does his reputation no harm to say that very few of his inventions were actually tried by him or even by other men of the time. Sadly, many of his inventions could not have worked using the materials and techniques available then. Some of these could have worked using modern materials; and some had fundamental flaws.
The battle tank was a good idea, but required an engine; a steam engine might have worked, but muscle power just couldn't do it. To make a modern tank requires an internal combustion engine and high-tensile steel for armour.
The helicopter was a nice idea but flawed in detail. An engine is a must, and high strength, lightweight materials.The type of rotating wing drawn by Leonardo is fundamentally flawed - it just won't do the job even with todays materials.
The flapping-wing flying machine drawn by Leonardo has the strange distinction of being theoretically impossible and at the same time already achieved ! Working models of this invention were on sale in the street market in Montmartre (Paris) more than 25 years ago. But, a model is only a model; the drawing shows an ornithopter carrying a man and powered only by a man's muscles. That simply can't be done. Man powered flight has been achieved, just, but only with a fixed wing and a large propeller.
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The bio I have on him does not mention a wife. I do not think he married. Men, like him and Michelangelo were very poor and lived off the graces of others and often couldn't support a family on what they earned.
Because he was an interesting person and artist.
Yes. He was an engineer as well as a polymath, artist, sculptor, architect, musician, inventor, etc...
There are hundreds if not thousands of paintings depicting this New Testament scene.
Assuming you mean the famous work by Leonardo da Vinci it is a wall painting (a mural) in the dining room of a convent. Every time the monks sat down to eat they would have the feeling to be at the table of Christ.
I am not Leonardo. Neither is anybody else. So there can be no answer to a question like that.
No painting exits that contains his signature. As it turns-out, Leo did "sign" his work, but not with his name. We should note that several of his drawings were "signed" by other hands, later-- in order to make them more valuable.
Most artists were generally considered in no higher regard than other craftsmen.
The artist was announced by the benefactor who purchased the work, and was generally recognized by his style and reputation alone.
Almost all work at the time was anonymous (without being signed), and usually performed for the church or the rulers of the land. Art done for rich merchants, for instance, would be given in their name to the church-- they were called 'donors' and often were pictured in the works-- off to the side and smaller than the religious subject. Private commissions and portraits were rare.