Leonardo Da Vinci's Accomplishments

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Leonardo da Vinci created same very famous paintings and invention. He had a very interesting early life. He lived in cool places. His child hood was a very important part of his life. His parents helped him with his life in the youth stage.
Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 in Vinci, Italy. He was interested in laws of science and nature, which helped him, when being a printer and inventor. People say that His painting of Mona Lisa is one of the best known paintings out there. The painting was finished somewhere between 1505 and 1507. The painting was never deliver to its commissioner.
His early life is very unique. Leonardo moved to Florence in 1466 and became a part of the workshop of Verrocchio. In the beginning of his apprenticeship
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In 1483 Leonardo went to Milan for 16 years. During this time he made Trattato della pittura and notebooks that should the greatness of his genius. He organized elaborate festivals as a court artist. In 1484 and 1485 there were really bad plagues that paid attention to town planning problems, the memory that was thought of again the last of his years in France. In domed churches there were lots of drawings of plans and elevations that showed a concern with architectural problems that must have been made from contact during those years with Bramante. In 1488 Leonardo worked on the tambour and dome cathedral model at Milan. He was employed with Francesco di Giorgio as a consulting engineer in 1490 because he was restoring the cathedral at Pavia and late on he worked on the cathedral at Piacenza. Leonardo and Ambrogio de Predis were told to finish/make the famouse Madonna of the rocks painting in 1483. Only two of these painting exist. One of the versions in Lourve and the other in the National gallery in London. Supper Leonardo’s fresco painting was begun in 1495 and completed by 1498. The painting is now terribly damaged. In the Last Supper painting Leonardo did not use the same fresco technique to make it. A big and bad restoration was begun in 1978. In 1994 and 95 there were air-filtration systems and climate-control systems installed to keep the painting in its best shape. In 1999 the restoration was completed leaving

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