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Leonardo Da Vinci

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Leonardo Da Vinci
Who is Leonardo Da Vinci?
His Artwork
INSIDE THE MIND OF
Childhood
Verrocchio's Workshop
Leonardo at 14 was sent to Florence, Italy to work as apprentice for Andrea Del Verrocchio in 1466. Leonardo learned about art, drawing, painting and more.
Father:Piero Fruosino Di Antonio Da Vinci
Mother: Caterina Da Vinci
The Mona Lisa
1503-1506
The Last Supper 1495-1498
The Lady and The Ermine 1489-1490
Virgin Of the rocks 1483-1486
Leonardo was born to parents who were not legally married so he did not have a surname.
Workshop skills: drafting, chemistry, metal working, plaster casting, leather working, mechanics and carpentry. Artistic skills: drawing, painting, sculpting, modeling.
Leonardo Da Vinci Parents
It was noted that he remained in his mother's home (a stone house on beautiful hills of Vinci) until he was 5 years old, but he moved to his father's household in the beginning of 1457.
Leonardo never really attended school and he was casually taught to read and write at his father’s house. He was given elementary training in languages, geometry, and mathematics.
Old Age
Education
But what he really liked doing was his own experiments, singing and playing the lyre, and drawing and painting.

Born: April 15, 1452
Leonardo's Notebooks

The Baptism of Christ 1475
Tank
How to think like a Genius
The Last Supper is a late 15th-century mural painting by Leonardo da Vinci it is located at the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, Italy . It is one of the world's most famous paintings.
The subject of the portrait is Cecilia Gallerani, and painted at a time when she was the mistress of Luduvico Sforza,Duke of Milan.
The Virgin of the Rocks is the name used for two paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, in the picture it shows Mary and infant Jesus and with infant John the Baptist and angel.


The Baptism of Christ was painted in 1475 it was painted by the painters Andrea del Verrocchio and his student Leonardo da Vinci.
Santa Maria Delle Grazie

Ludovico Sforza Duke of Milan
Andrea Del Verrocchio
Leonardo and Verrocchio's first painting together .
The Baptism of Christ
Lego Mona Lisa
Colorful Mona Lisa
Mary Magdalene
This is Leonardo's drawing of Mary Magdalene
Gran Cavello is located in Milan Italy
Professional Life
1476-1481
- Leonardo had his own work shop in Florence.

1482
- Leonardo wrote a letter to the duke of Milan Ludovico Sofrza describing to him his skills and so Leonardo went off to Milan.

1482-1499
- Leonardo continued to work for the duke of Milan he designed a huge model called Gran Cavello
it was completed in
1492.

1499-1500
- The second Italian war came and Leonardo had to flee from Milan and go to Venice because Ludovico got overthrown in Venice he did some engineering and made plans for the city.

1500-1502
- Leonardo came back to Milan and left then came back to live in Milan in
1502
Ludovico Sforza duke of Milan
1503-1515-
Leonardo lived in Rome with Raphael and Michelangelo.
1515-
The French recaptured Milan and Leonardo was present in a meeting with king Francois I and Pope Leo X.
Leonardo Da Vinci statue in Florence, Italy
1516-
Leonardo went to Amboise France because he entered to do some work for the king of France.
King Francois I of France
1516-1519
-Leonardo continued to work for the king but sadly on May 2 1519 Leonardo died. Records show that king Francois held Leonardo in his arms as he died.
St. John the Baptist is an oil painting on walnut wood by Leonardo da Vinci. Completed from 1513 to 1516, it is believed to be his final painting.


St. John the Baptist 1513-1516
St. John the Baptist painting is located in Louvre Museum
The Last supper is painted with tempera, gesso, pitch, mastic
Virgin Of the Rocks was painted oil paint on pannel
The Mona lisa was painted with oil on poplar
The Baptism of Christ was painted with oil paint
Louvre museum in Paris
France where the Mona Lisa is located
The Mona Lisa is a half-length portrait of a woman and is the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world
The Lady with the Ermine is currently at Wawel's royal castle in Poland
The painting will be moved to the museum of Krakow, Poland
the painting is located at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France
Andrea Del Verrocchio
The paintng is located at the Uffizi Gallery in Uffizi Florence

His Inventions
cross bow
Helicopter

Beating wing
Parachute
Anemometer
Leonardo was the son of a wealthy man named Messer Piero Fruosino di Antonio da Vinci who was a legal notary.
His mother, Caterina, was a peasant.
This painting is by Ingres it showing the death of Leonardo
His home in Vinci, Italy
Small town ofVinci
33-Barreled Orgon
(Gun)
Canon
So Leonardo grew up an only child in a comfortable house with his father, his grandfather, his uncle, and his step-mother. He played happily with his friends and animals in the vineyards of Vinci.
He lacked proper education in Greek and Latin. He had easy lessons in math, geometry, grammar, music.

Genius is made and not born and you can uncover your own hidden abilities. We are all gifted and learning and using creativity
Constantly learning ways to heighten your senses

Leonardo's Artwork
Leonardo was fascinated in the idea of flight he studied many birds and sketched many diffrent types of flying machines
Leonardo designed War Machines, Flying Machines,
Water and Land Machines, Architect/Innovations.

Scuba Gear
Revolving Bridge

Leonardo spent hundreds of hours filling his notebooks with ideas and sketches. More than 13,000 pages of such notes containinig studies in anatomy,science, engineering, militay and more.
Many of his drawings were on the subject of anatomy and he studied human body. Many drawings on muscles, tendons, and the human skeleton. He had detailed figures of various parts of the body . Parts of the heart, arms, and other internal organs. He also had interest in horses as well as cows, frogs, monkeys and other animals
Interesting Facts
Bill Gates bought some of his notes for $30 million.
His Vitruvian man is on the Italian Euro coin

Approaches to creative problem solving
Observing
Interpreting
Demonstrating
Seeing More
Visualizing
Thinking Bigger
Making Connections
Learning from your mistakes
Rethinking
Patience
The Vitruvain Man
He was Andrea Del Verrocchio best student and quickly created his own style and he expressed his own paints.

He surprised his math teacher with smart questions.
The Lady with The Ermine is panited with Oil paint
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