Leonardo Da Vinci: The Importance Of A Renaissance Man

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What does the term “Renaissance Man” mean? What do you have to do to be considered a “Renaissance Man?” These questions call be answered when you look at man like Leonardo da Vinci. He epitomizes the meaning of “Renaissance Man.” The man is known for his art, but his pure talent fused with many things from science to architect. He is what is considered the perfect man of that time. He is a once in a lifetime person, I do not believe the world will ever experience a man like him. Leonardo is most known for his art, for example, the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. But, there is so much more to him than that, he has dozens of journals filled with theories and observations, he was not appreciated as much as he should have for his work, this is because his work was so complex that almost no one could actually understand fully the meaning of what he was doing. …show more content…
New inventions and developments in technology, even politics. I believe he would make a bigger impact on today’s society then he did back then. For Christ sakes, the man had the first blueprint of a helicopter hundreds of years before the first person even thought about creating one. Personally, I think the most impressive thing about him is not his accomplishments, or his inventions, not even his art, but that he is mainly self-taught, that is something that not many people can do and obviously it helped him in an immense way. This essay will contain writing about Leonardo da Vinci and how his inventions and art, and how these expressed the shear knowledge and talent that came from the true Renaissance

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