Leonardo Da Vinci Achievements

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Lost In The Forms, Forever In The Intelligence During the Renaissance period in life, a man by the name of Leonardo Da Vinci was doing many things that helped change the views of man. Leonardo was born out of wedlock between a respected notary and a peasant woman in 1452. During his child and teen years, Leonardo was under the care of a sculptor by the name of Andrea Del Verrocchio, who helped him kick off his art career. Like all people, Leonard had his fair share of thoughts and opinions, he voiced and showed them through his work. Leonardo’s studied can be categorized by academics and arts, by doing so he helped in his time frame, affected generations after, and he has even caused and shown impact on this century. Looking at Da Vinci …show more content…
The world around him was changing, and he was helping with it. One of the many things he did in order to help people, and himself, was the making of pedestrian streets in cities; he did this in order to cut down on the chaos of traveling. He also started the free rein in ruin architecture by bringing attention to Florence, after he transformed the spirit of it; it went from a spirit of adorations, to one of disturbing urgency. Before the Renaissance era, in the Middle Ages, only priest could read, and books were rare treasures. The Renaissance helped spread books and knowledge. Nobody had any reason/way to learn to read before the Renaissance, so when the Middle Ages ended, the skill was needed in everyday life. That is why when the printing press was invented information started to spread. Leonardo tried to help advance this further by trying to create an automatic paper feeder for it. Da Vinci went to Rome for three years, and stayed with Pope Leo the 10th . This helped Leo gain perspective and knowledge from Leonardo, and his works; not only that, but it also helped Leonardo spread his name more-so through people higher up in the hierarchy system. Leonardo spent his final years in peace residing in France, and making works for the King and even others in the French nobility. Up until the end of his years he was making art, up until the end he was making a name of himself and doing …show more content…
One of many being Leonardo Da Vinci. Due to the fact that Leonardo studied multiple subjects, we have vast knowledge on many things, and we can learn from all of his experiments. And to make it easier to see how much we have learned from him, amongst his inventions were a clock that had minutes and hours, ski-like shoes for walking on water, and even one of the first air-cooling systems. It might not seem like it, and it might not seem like much, but we have truly learned a lot from the man we call, Leonardo Da

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