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1490 Leonardo Da Vinci colour portrait Featured Leonardo Da Vinci Print

1490 Leonardo Da Vinci colour portrait

Leonardo da Vinci, Italian artist and inventor (15 April 1452 - 2 May 1519). Engraved portrait by J. Posselwhite in The Gallery of Portraits 1835 with later colouring, ascribed from the engraving by Raffaelle Morghen, (itself after the undated self portrait by Leonardo da Vinci). Da Vinci was one of the most diversely talented people to have ever lived. His contributions to science include principally; anatomy, engineering and invention. Fritjof Capra (2007) argues that Leonardo's scientific approach was more integrated and holistic than Gallileo's or Newton's - making him a more direct antecedant of modern systems and complexity theory than those scientists. Darwin reportedly kept a version of this print as a muse on his study wall at Christ's College Cambridge

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Drawing of human venous system (Leonardo da Vinci) Featured Leonardo Da Vinci Print

Drawing of human venous system (Leonardo da Vinci)

Venous system. Drawing of a "venous figure" by Leonardo da Vinci, taken from his Anatomical note- books. This standing figure with its expressive sad face shows the blood circulation (veins) and some body organs. Dated about 1494, it is an early drawing by da Vinci, before he had access to dissection. The anatomy is therefore in places incorrect such as the circulation around the heart and liver, oddly shaped kidneys, and ureters not entering the urinary bladder. Veins in the arms and legs are fairly accurate. Anatomical practice at this time was to portray the "tree of the vessels" against "spiritual parts" (the liver and heart). Da Vinci's "mirror" writing is seen


Hands Featured Leonardo Da Vinci Print


Hands. Historical artwork of a woman's hands by the Italian scientist and artist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). He studied human anatomy by both observation and dissection. He is most famous for works of art such as The Last Supper (1495-97) and the Mona Lisa (1503-06). He was also an accomplished scientist, extensively investigating the world around him by observation and experi- mentation. This drawing was made around 1485

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