Leonardo da Vinci and Mona Lisa Writer, Mathematician, Inventor, Artist His full name was Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci but the world knows this famous artist as simply Leonardo da Vinci. During his time he was an intellectual and a leading artist of the Italian Renaissance period. His best known and most enduring works of art are “The Last Supper” and the lady with the mystic smile “Mona Lisa”. Da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 in Vinci, Italy. He became interested in the laws of science and nature which helped him with his artistic endeavors as a painter, sculptor, inventor and draftsman.
Compare and Contrast of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo the leading artists of the renaissance. Leonardo da Vinci was a gentle man who was one of the most magnificent painters that ever existed. He was also a scientist, inventor, and philosopher. He hated violence but assisted his government by designing weapons for war, flying machines, water systems or work tools. At the age of 14 Leonardo became an apprentice painter to Verrocchio.
Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting were: The Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, and the Virgin Of The Rocks. One of Leonardo da Vinci made one of the greatest sculptures of all time; The Horse in Bronze. Leonardo da Vinci made lots of things that we use in our daily lives, such as the clock, and the starting knowledge of the flying machine. Other things he invented were the parachute and the scuba gear. Although Leonardo da Vinci didn 't receive many awards, he is still remembered today as one of the
Ansel Adams made a huge impact on photography because of his technological advances like the Zone System, environmental work, and beautiful black and white photographs. Ansel Adams is son of Charles Adams, a businessman, and Olive Bray. He was born in San Francisco in 1902. Charles Adams caringly and patiently encouraged and supported his son. Ansel
Leonardo Da Vinci was one of the greatest inventors of the Renaissance Era, a Renaissance man. A pioneer in art, engineering, and philosophy, there wasn’t something the man had thought over. However, he was a passive man who despised violence against animals or humans, but as an inventor and artist, he had to take commissions from some of the most unsavory and bloodthirsty figures of Renaissance Italy. With many Italian city-states looking to conquer each other, advancements in military tech had been celebrated ever since the war mongering days of the Middle Ages. Leonardo designed weapons such as catapults, giant crossbows, a tank, a steam powered cannon, and multiple other horse powered carts/weapons.
The world’s two most influential artists, Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh. Both, though having lived in two separate centuries, had a few similarities: like the fact that they both liked to simplify their paintings’ shapes or even how the expressed every drop of their emotions in their works. Whatever the case is, these two highly looked upon artists had their own interesting stories. For instance, Pablo Picasso, born in 1881 inside of the great city of Malaga, Spain. Picasso was born to an art professor and was admired by many for his advanced artistic skills at such a young age.
One of the first events covered by Vasari in Michelangelo’s life shows Michelangelo imitating his master and immediately surpassing his skill. While observing his master painting a ceiling, a young Michelangelo began to sketch what he observed. When his master finished and came down to see what he had done Vasari reports that the master exclaimed, “This boy knows more about it than I do” (Vasari 418). What Vasari reports greatly lends support to the idea that during the time copying was seen in a much more favorable light. Vasari not only covers the event in a favorable light for Michelangelo, but also gives evidence that others during the time also shared this viewpoint.
Da’Vinci as an Artist History reflects Leonardo Da’Vinci, as many things, a Scientist, Inventor, Engineer, Philosopher, Medical Researcher, Mathematician, Code Creator, and Artist; a Renaissance man! Da’Vinci paved the way for the advancement of modern sciences and art, with his skills, knowledge, abilities, and amazing dimensions of artistry; he was the mastery of everything that he attempted or accomplished, was done so with and the view of an artist. No matter his in devour, it was approached and completed with the eye and actions of an artist. One cannot explore the artistry of Da‘Vinci, without filling in some of the bits and pieces of his early life and how he became Da’Vinci the Renaissance man; born Leonardo di sir Piero da Vinci
The most documented artist in his time Michelangelo , he always thought of himself has a sculpture, but he is famous for a lot of art such as the Sistine Chapel Ceiling and architecture building designs, he wasn’t famous for a lot of sculpture. How Michelangelo impacted the Renaissance era culturally and architecturally during the Italian Renaissances. Michelangelo is one of the most successful and admired artists of all time, in spite of the fact that he was born in Caprese a village in the province of Arezzo in Tuscany, Italy where his father, Lodovico Buonarroti was briefly serving there as a Florentine government agent. By the time Michelangelo was one month old he moved to Florence, he grew up without a mother she passed away when he
Ibn Sina was a very inspirational Muslim philosopher and physician of his time. He is even compared to Goethe and Leonardo da Vinci. Ibn Sina was born in 980 AD, and his father had political power because he was a governor. Sina’s childhood was great because his father’s position and he had many accomplishments as a young boy. It is stated he memorized the whole Quran at a young age; in addition, there was much more to his accomplishments.
Leonardo was born in the town of Vinci, Italy. Only thing known about his childhood was that his father was wealthy and had several wives. Around the age of 14 he was taught by a famous artist named Verrocchio. As an adult, Leonardo da Vinci was an artist, scientist, and inventor during the Italian Renaissance. To many, he was the most talented and intelligent people of all time.