Who was the real Leonardo Da Vinci?
What significance have his thoughts, his findings, and his work had?
He was a painter, an architect, a scientist, a writer, and more?
In this work, dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci, you'll discover which of his many talents made him a quintessential genius.
His life, spent observing and experimenting, was amazing; his extraordinary journey began at a young age when, thanks to his incredible pictorial capacity, he had already astonished some of the most acclaimed artists of his day as just a young boy.
In fifteenth century Florence, Leonardo grew and became aware of his many talents; his skills enabled him to produce such exceptional work which over time became World Heritage Sites. It was within this Tuscan city, that he developed his character and his way of being; he became brilliant and unruly, yet simultaneously rational and artistic.
This work is dedicated to his life, his ideas, his genius, his visions and his insights. You will now journey back to Italy and Renaissance Europe, where he was an acclaimed man, as well as sometimes challenged and criticized.
You will know Leonardo Da Vinci thanks to the original testimonies of the period, through his countless masterpieces, his absolute emblems of beauty and perfection.
Translated by Alessandra Bottacin and Summer Galante.