Leonardo Da Vinci And Andy Warhol

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Leonardo da Vinci and Andy Warhol are legendary in the art world and their masterpieces are one of a kind however when comparing the two the renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci is vastly superior when mastering an art collection. The tools used to create masterpieces are numerous, there uses tailored to the individual and their state of mind. When creating some of his most notable pieces of art Andy Warhol used a silk screening printer to create images unlike anything else at the time, also using other media like film and music to convey his art in multiple forums. However Leonardo da Vinci 's Master values of the basic tools they had at the time where is legendary. The tools Leonardo da Vinci had to use to make some of his most masterful pieces of art or basic and rudimentary often being handmade and no two are ever alike. His masterful use of these rudimentary tools making legendary pieces of art is cemented by the fact that one of his teachers giving up the art because of his skills at such a young age, his teacher Verrocchio had him paint angles in his panting of the baptism of Christ and "He painted a face so divine that Verrocchio never touched colors again "angry that a boy should know more than he". ( citation)This is but one of the things that makes colleting Leonardo 's works so much more prestigious. The tools they used were not the only defining piece of the art. The artist subject is the most important piece of the work it is with the focal point of the entire piece. The subject of Andy Warhol 's art is not blatant it 's very subjective, his art was a look not only to himself but into the world of culture. The subject of Warhol 's Art ranged from celebrities to car crashes to even a can of soup, though this may ... ... middle of paper ... ...uestion is the undeniable Mona Lisa, Da Vinci 's master piece is the most recognizable piece of art on the planet. The mere mention of the Mona Lisa and the mind instantly snaps to the great masterpiece in question "painted for Florentine silk merchant Francesco del Giocondo, who commissioned it for his wife Lisa Gherandini, Mona (Madame) Lisa del Giocondo (La Gioconda), to mark the birth of their second son". citation This undeniable piece of art is so highly regarded that it has been in the Louvre since 1797 and before that in the palace 's of Fontainebleau and Versailles, and even did a short stay in Napoleon Bonaparte 's Bedroom. Now Forever entombed in its climate controlled and bulletproof display for the over six million visitors a year to see. The Mona Lisa being so enamored by all that even Warhol did his own rendition of the piece in his silk-screening.

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