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    their own way. Leonardo da Vinci and Andy Warhol are legendary in the art world and their masterpieces are one of a kind; however, when comparing the two the renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci is vastly superior when mastering an art collection. The tools used to create masterpieces are numerous, there uses are tailored to the individual and their state of mind. When creating some of his most notable pieces of art, Andy…

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    From Leonardo da Vinci to Pablo Picasso, the world has seen many great artists. Each artist has a style all his own, which makes him different from the other artists. From The Last Supper to The Scream to the idea of Humanism, every piece of artwork tells a story, feeling, or an idea. During the Renaissance three ideas came to be: Humanism, Individualism, and Secularism. The Renaissance accomplished many things through art, but most of the artwork made during that time reflected these three…

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    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…

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    Cultural Frame Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci well known as Leonardo da Vinci has painted some of the most expensive and most know artworks in the world. Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15 1452, during the Italian renaissance in Vinci in Italy to parents Piero Fruosino di Antonio da Vinci (dad), Caterina da Vinci (mum) who was once a peasant and slave for the middle east. Leonardo grew up in a large family with two sister and 10 brothers. He spent the first five years of his childhood in…

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    Leonardo da Vinci is indefinitely one of the most important artists there is in all history. With his artistic styles, skills and discovery, he impinged the art industry most specifically in his time period the Renaissance, and remained influential even in the contemporary years. His works, which captures nature in the most realistic form of its time, and which emphasizes the importance of aesthetics combined with geometrical composition that purposefully pleases the eye, succeeded to grant da…

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    over the years. Even the style, mediums and techniques used have come a long way. With the contributions of many companies that helped start and progress art to film/TV animation, video games, graphic art, magazine illustrations and more, this report is meant to re-evaluate the works of one of the most influential artists known to all: Leonardo Da Vinci, a visionary of many talents that strongly revolutionized the world of art, notably in conceptual art, painting and sculpture. Da Vinci was…

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    Do you ever wonder why Leonardo Da Vinci was important to the Renaissance times besides for his artwork? This essay will go over his personal life, inventions and contributions, what society was like during the Renaissance times, and his personalities. Caterina Da Vinci gave birth to Leonardo Da Vinci on April 15th, 1452. He was born during the Renaissance times in the Italian city of Vinci. Leonardo was one of the most highly admired and important people of the Renaissance. He was very much…

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    In Vinci, Italy, Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452. Around the age of 13, da Vinci’s family moved to Florence. Young Leonardo received a poor formal education that did not exceed that of basic reading, writing and mathematics. While his formal education was lacking, Leonardo’s artistic abilities shown through very early in life. Around the age of 14, da Vinci began a long-lasting apprenticeship with Andrea del Verrocchio in Florence. He learned an extensive span of technical skills…

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    Leonardo da Vinci was born on 1452 in Anchiano, Tuscany, which is now known as Italy today. This essay will be talking about Leonardo Da Vinci. I will be talking about his inventions to scientists who have been inspired by him. If your not the type of person who wants to read about Leonardo Da Vinci then stop reading now. Da Vinci has one of the most intriguing personality in the history of western art. He was trained as a painter and sculptor. Even though da Vinci is mostly known for his…

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    Leonardo Da Vinci was a brilliant man and largely self-educated genius whose work is marveled by many from all over the world. He influenced and inspired those around him, because of his ingenious mind. Leonardo had a variety of interests, including painting, anatomy, flying, and other scientific studies. He had much interest in science and nature, but not much in religion and spiritual matters. Leonardo Da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 and was the illegitimate son of Ser Piero and a young…

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