Andrea del Verrocchio

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  • Why Is Leonardo Da Vinci Considered An Artist

    Leonardo da Vinci (1452 -1519) Leonardo da Vinci was born on 15 April 1452 near the Tuscan town of Vinci, the unlawful son of a local lawyer. He was apprenticed to the sculptor and painter Andrea del Verrocchio in Florence and in 1478 became an self-governing master. In about 1483, he moved to Milan to work for the ruling Sforza family as an engineer, sculptor, painter and architect. From 1495 to 1497 he produced a mural of 'The Last Supper' in the refectory of the Monastery of Santa Maria.…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci: An Incredible Renaissance Man

    Leonardo da Vinci was motivated by a determination to express reality, in his life doing all that he could discover and create it. He had manuscript notebooks which contained notes, doodles, lists, and sketches of many accurate studies of the human body such as a fetus and a human skeleton. Da Vinci was an incredible Renaissance man who became a member of the Guild of Saint Luke, he was interested in carpentry, leather arts, metalworking, sculpting, and drawing with many diverse interests. He…

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  • The Role Of Renaissance Art In The Middle Ages

    the study of art. Countless young boys were sent off by their families to apprentice with a famous artist, in hopes that one day they too would become a great artist. For example, famous Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci apprenticed with Andrea del Verrocchio in Florence learning multiple skills and trades, including sculpting, drawing, painting, and carpentry. Just years before in the Middle Ages, art was made for a specific purpose, like religious reasons, but in the Renaissance art was not…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci Influence

    origin of the renaissance was that scholars proclaimed that they were re-awakening classical Roman culture” (History.com) Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15th, 1452 near a Tuscan town if Vinci, he apprenticed the sculptor and painter Andrea del Verrocchio. “In 1478 became…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci: The Renaissance Man

    Italy is home to some of the world’s most prestigious and successful men. One man in particular paved the way for other people to follow. He is none other than Leonardo da Vinci. Da Vinci was not only a painter, he was also a sculptor, architect, musician, inventor and scientist. There are not many that were gifted in multiple aspects like him. His actions alone coined him the name "The Renaissance Man." On April 15, 1452, Leonardo da Vinci was born in wedlock in a farmhouse on the outside the…

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  • The Art Movement: Leonardo Da Vinci And The Renaissance

    not so successful. As for da Vinci growing up he received an informal education with math, geometry, and Latin. When he reach the age fourteen he began to start his studies of art. He was trained by a populist artist back in the day who goes by Verrocchio but formal name was…

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  • Fact Sheet Of Leonardo Da Vinci

    Vinci. Education: He studied the laws of science and nature, which fueled his work as a painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, military engineer and draftsman. When Leonardo was around the age of fourteen he was the apprentice of an artist Andrea del Verrocchio in Florence. From that he learned technical skills in metalwork, leather arts, carpentry, drawing, painting and sculpting. His work was a drawing in 1473. Awards:…

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  • What Are Leonardo Da Vinci's Accomplishments

    modem history who showed his talent not only in painting and drawing, but his work has been exceptional in architecture, anatomy, engineering, military, sculpture, science, and so on. Leonardo’s impressive talent was quickly discovered by Andrea del Verrocchio in his workshop, where Leonardo started to work at a very young age, and continued working after he was ready to go on with his own commissions. “By all accounts Leonardo was a man who painted slowly, although he was capable of producing…

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  • How Leonardo Da Vinci Changed The World

    a Florentine notary named Ser Piero. Leonardo had twelve half-siblings that were much younger than he was. Leonardo’s father remarried about 3 other times after being with his mother. At age of 14, Leonardo began an apprenticeship with artist Andrea del…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci: The High Renaissance

    artists no longer had to accommodate to the wishes of the their commissioner but to their own desires. Leonardo Da Vinci born in 1452 as a bastard son, lived with his father in Tuscany where he became the apprentice of Verrocchio, born in 1435 in Florence. Andrea Del Verrocchio was a Florentine…

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