Leonardo Da Vinci: The Influence Of Art In Art, Music, And Art

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Leonardo Da Vinci was a man of many talents. He’s definitely inspired me in art, music,

and literature. Art is the imitation of nature. It’s expressing the way you feel through music,

literature or art itself. Art is important to our daily lives because it defines our creativity,

creates joy, a sense of calmness, and can be inspirational. Although Da Vinci created his work

dating back to 1473, his work still lives on today impacting many lives through art, music and

literature. He will always be considered one of the greatest and most influential artists of all

times.

Music, Art, and Literature may seem different, but when you think about their definitions and

what each category represents, it’s all the same. Art represents an outlet
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When I need to get my homework done or get the house cleaned, I turn my

music on. Art relates to me because I like to paint. My children and I paint together all the time.

It helps to release stress for me. Literature relates to me because I love to read and love

researching about different artist of our times and who made an impact in our world such as

Leonardo Da Vinci.

“Leonardo The Absolute Man” was a dream of Peter Morticelli, the head of label Magna

Carta Records. Morticelli reached out to Trent Gardner, an American progressive rock musician

and producer to help bring this vision to life. In 2001, Gardner wrote and composed a rock opera

based album called “Leonardo The Absolute Man” telling the life of Leonardo Da Vinci. The

album is a mix of cinematic progressive rock, symphonic rock, progressive pop, and progressive

metal articulated by stage play put together through music. There are multiple singers on the

tracks who all represent a person in Da Vinci’s life. The album consists of 18 songs. Each song

tells a time of DaVinci’s life or speaks about one of his art.

Leonardo Da Vinci is famously known for his two paintings entitled “Mona Lisa
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