How Did Leonardo Da Vinci Influence Art

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Leonardo da Vinci’s Renaissance art Leonardo da Vinci was an inspiring Renaissance artist who is known for his most famous works including the “Mona Lisa” and “The Last Supper.” Da Vinci studied laws of science and nature, which educated him on including the fundamentals in his art as a painter, sculptor, and architect. (Da Vinci's early life and career helped produce well-liked art during the Renaissance. His work inspired many during the Renaissance with his prestigious artwork, making him a dominant artist during the Italian Renaissance due to being the first to believe the art was connected to science and nature. Leonardo Da Vinci was engrossed in the study of the arts at a young age. He received no formal education beyond the basics of reading, math, and writing. Da Vinci's father helped pursue his art by introducing him to a well-noted painter, Andrea del Verrocchio, of Florence. 1482 Da Vinci began to paint his own commissioned work called The Adoration of the Magi. He ended up relocating to Milan to work for Sforza Clan, as an engineer, architect, painter, and designer, never getting to finish the piece. Around 1498, Da Vinci became an independent artist, not needing the help from Verrocchio anymore. The Sforza family asked Da Vinci to create a bronze sculpture that stood sixteen feet tall, to honor…show more content…
He started gaining an interest in painting at a young age, with the help of his father he became a well-known artist. The two well known and admired paintings Da Vinci created throughout the Renaissance were “The Last Supper” and “The Mona Lisa.” The paintings helped set the excellence for all future portraits. Leonardo Da Vinci was a highly admired painter that inspired many during the Renaissance, throughout his career and today, making him a dominate Italian Renaissance artist due to believing art was connected to science and
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