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    Many inventors and artists have made many astonishing things in their time. Some have masterpieces and Nobel prizes. One of those people that no one ever really forgets about is Leonardo da Vinci. “There are three classes of people: Those who see. Those who see when they are shown. And those who do not see" and "Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication" are famous quotes from this genius. .(http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/l/leonardo_da_vinci.html)Very simple, but can be turned

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    Leonardo da Vinci was born in Vinci, Italy on April 15, 1452. His father, Ser Piero di Antonio da Vinci, was not married to Leonardo’s mother, a poor girl named Caterina. Leonardo’s parents went their separate ways and married other people. Leonardo lived with his mother, grandmother, and his mother’s future husband for five years of his life, but Leonardo’s father claimed custody of Leonardo when he discovered that his current wife was unable to have children. Leonardo da Vinci’s father fathered

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    personal opinion Da Vinci was the greater man because as his work was more detailed and astonishing, he invented the things that change the way we look at things and improved our lifestyle, he designed some of the most beautiful renaissance buildings which changed architecture forever which are still used today, And he discovered a whole new way of painting. As Michelangelo was a brilliant artist he didn't expand his work like Leonardo did, although it has come to my attention that Leonardo did not finish

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    Leonardo de Vinci (1452-1519), considered a pioneer artesian, of the high renaissance, was best known for his art, science, and his wisdom. He believed in only what he could observe. His drawing Vitruvian Man (1490) is the balanced perfection of human anatomy. The fascinating artisanship, undertaken from a drawing, inside his mysterious notebook, illustrates, dissects, and shapes an understanding of the mechanical symmetry of humanity. His correlation between man and universe has enlightened

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    The Life of Leonardo da Vinci Nineteenth century British biologist T.H. Huxley famously said, “Try to learn something about everything and everything about something (Quotes by…). This statement is reflective of the idea of a polymath, or the Renaissance man, that is, one whose expertise spans a significant variety of subjects and fields (Oxford Dictionaries). Leonardo da Vinci not only encapsulated this ideal but also ultimately was the model of the Renaissance man for centuries to follow. As many

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    a picture or in this case specifically, a drawing, they could be worth millions. Leonardo Da Vinci, a well-known legend among our generations and the past. Ideas revolving around military tech, flight, and robots were all sprouted by Leonardo Da Vinci. He is the ‘godfather’ of our modern day technology and there is no one else to thank than this man who lived five-hundred years ago. During his time, Leonardo Da Vinci was a very well-known man due to his unique and strong talents. His ingenuity did

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    Leonardo Da Vinci Leonardo DA Vinci (1452-1519), Florentine artist, one of the great masters of high Renaissance, celebrated as a painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist. His profound love of knowledge and research was the keynote of both his scientific and artistic endeavors. His innovations in the field of painting influenced the course of Italian art for more than a century after his death, and his scientific studies, particularly in the fields of anatomy, optics, and hydraulics

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    Leonardo Da Vinci was born April 15, 1452 in Anchiano. This was located near Vinci. (Levy, 40) Leonardo Da Vinci’s scientific studies got him the place of the first true modern scientist. If he Da Vinci hadn’t been a really good artist people wouldn’t have noticed his talent at all. Leonardo Da Vinci didn’t follow what other scientists had back in his time. He made detailed observations of the world as he saw it. (Phillips, 118) Leonardo based only a little bit of his work on classical discoveries

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    Leonardo Da Vinci has often been referred to as the original renaissance man. Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci is known to the world as an inventor, scientist, mathematician, and most of all, an artist. He was skilled in many subjects, and is respected because of his achievements. He helped science and studied the human body. Most of all, Leonardo da Vinci developed new art techniques and revolutionized art and science as it was. Leonardo was also an architect, musician, engineer, anatomist, geologist

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    Jordan Greenblatt Mrs. Byrne 12-21-13 Global Dear Person of the Ages Selection Committee, I am Leonardo da Vinci and I should be selected as your honorary person of the ages. Creativity is the use of the imagination or original ideas. I was an inspirational figure who perfectly embodied creativity. Although many others created from observation or copied what had previously been supplied, I used my imagination to create in a number of different fields. Wether it was my works as a painter, sculptor

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