| Leonardo Da Vinci | Renaissance Man | | Jenny Bevier | 8/20/2010 |
Very few that have ever lived have been acknowledged as a genius. Leonardo Da Vinci was a renaissance man who was a true pioneer of his time. Though he is best known as an artist, he was far more than that. Leonardo was also an engineer, inventor, and scientist. He had one of the best scientific minds of his time. He carried out research in fields ranging from architecture and civil engineering to astronomy, anatomy, geography, geology, and paleontology. Leonardo was a renaissance man whose works of art and studies of mechanics and science paved the way for many artists, engineers, and doctors today.
Da Vinci was born in 1452 in the small town
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Moreover, using his skills as an artist, he became a master of topographic anatomy, drawing many studies of muscles, tendons and other visible anatomic features. Furthermore, throughout his life Da Vinci made incredible progress in the area of science. He sketched out many astounding designs for working machines and technology. Nevertheless, Da Vinci’s artworks are his most acclaimed attributes. He was celebrated because of his extremely lifelike artworks. Most found him remarkable for being able to capture the true essence of life in his paintings. Leonardo is known for creating some of the world’s most famous paintings such as the Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, and Madonna of the Rocks. Da Vinci made countless contributions to his many areas of study, which is the reason we still study him today. With his paintings, he introduced new techniques and researched concepts such as perspective, vanishing point and sfmuato. Additionally, with his love of mechanics and design he came up with numerous new and original inventions, many of which he implemented. He created plans for a great amount of inventions, many of which have been executed in recent times. Some of his plans included those for machines such as a helicopter and an armored tank. One major area that was affected greatly by Da Vinci was warfare. He created many models for unheralded weaponry. Additionally, he created strategic layouts and battle plans that would be marveled by military leaders for