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Leonardo Da Vinci Achievements

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Leonardo Da Vinci Achievements
In Art
Leonardo Da Vinci's main accomplishments consists in the area of art. He is considered one of the greatest artist of all time. Leonardo Da Vinic has achieved many artistic heights throughout his life, creating over 50 artworks and manuscripts, some of which are the worlds most famous and recognized ones.

Art Work
Leonardo Da Vinci's greatest artworks are the "Mona Lisa" and "The Last Supper"
General Facts
Date of birth: April 15th, 1452, Vinci, Italy.

Date of death: May 2, 1519, Ambois, France. (Age: 57)

Leonardo Da Vinci was a painter, architect, inventor, and student of all things scientific. He was the perfect example of a "Renaissance Man" and possessed one of the greatest minds of all times.

Leonardo Da Vinci's achievements mainly consists in the areas of art and inventions. He has achieved many artistic heights throughout his life. He painted some of the world's most famous, recognized and admired artwork, such as the "Mona Lisa", "The Last Supper" and "Virgin of the Rocks".

Leonardo Da Vinci was an accomplished inventor.Using his superior intellect and artistic skills, he design things that were far too advanced to create in his time, some that will change the world.

Leonardo Da Vinci also studied philosophy, natural history, anatomy, biology, medicine, optics, acoustics, science and mathematics.

Leonardo Da Vinci is now remembered mainly for his achievements in art and inventions.
The Mona Lisa
The Mona Lisa, a half-length portrait of a woman created by Leonardo Da Vinci, is Da Vinci's most famous art work and greatest achievement in the area of art.. Painted sometime between 1503-1506, the Mona Lisa is arguably the worlds most famous, recognized and admired work of art. The Mona Lisa is so famous due to the enigmatic smile on her face and mysteries that lies within the painting. The Mona Lisa attracts around 6 million people each year world wide, making it the most visited artwork in the world.

The Last Supper
The Last Supper is Leonardo Da Vinci's second most famous artwork, after the Mona Lisa. The Last Supper is also a very famous and recognized artwork. This painting depicts the last meal that Jesus Christ had with his disciples before he is arrest and crucified.
Leonardo Da Vinci was an accomplished inventor, and probably the most famous inventor of his time. He used is artistic skills and natural genius to design machines and objects that were far too advanced for his time. Some of his ideas and designs are created later on and changed the world. Some of his inventions include the helicopter, the parachute, the flying machine, scissors, triple-barreled cannon, the armored car, the giant cross bow, the 33-barreled organ, a robotic knight, the diving suit, the anemometer and a revolving bridge. Without his inventions, we might still live in an era where air transport and underwater exploration is impossible.




The work of Leonardo Da Vinci has changed the world we live in today. His ideas and inventions that were later created and put to use has changed the world significantly.

Leonardo Da Vinci also influenced people that came after him. Processing one of the greatest minds in history, and as a supreme example of a "Renaissance Man", he has influenced artists, scientists, engineers and inventors that sought to follow his footsteps.
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