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The life of Leonardo Da Vinci

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Jed Li

on 1 April 2014

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The life of Leonardo Da Vinci
Oral presentation created by Jed Li.
Well, the question is, why did i choose Leonardo Da Vinci? The reason is the fact that he is one of the most famous painter, sculptor and inventor.

Early life
On 15 April, 1452, Young Leonardo Di Ser Piero Da Vinci was born in Vinci, Italy. Leonardo Da Vinci spent his first five
years of his life in the home of his mother. Due to the death of her, he lived with his
father and grandparents.
When he was nine years old, he began his school journey, learning various amount of subjects, and meeting new friends.
A young self portrait of Leonardo Da Vinci.
Education of Art
In 1466, Leonardo was employed by
He and Verrocchio collaborated on a painting called, 'The Baptism of Christ'.
Professional Career
Sforza family
In 1483, after finishing the work with Verrocchio,
he moved to Milan to work for the Sforza family as an engineer, painter and architect.
Here are some of the inventions Leonardo created during his
lifetime being a professional sculptor and inventor.

Leonardo Da Vinci died at Clos Luce, on 2nd of May, 1519. The king held Leonardo's head and arms, to show the legacy of Leonardo, and how he positively affected the world in many great ways.
Internet sources

BBC History - Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (Internet). Available: http://bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/da_vinci_leonardo.shtml.
Last accessed 25 March 2014.

Di-Ser-Piero-Da-Vinci (Internet). Available: http://i.huffpost.com/gen/850520/thumbs/o-LEONARDO-DA-VINCI-BOOK-facebook.jpg. Last accessed 26 March 2014.

Leonardo da Vinci (Internet). Available: http://www.biography.com/people/leonardo-da-vinci-40396 . Last accessed 15 March 2014.

Leonardo da Vinci (Internet). Available: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/leonardo_da_vinci . Last accessed 18 March 2014.

Leonardo Da Vinci’s Ornithopter Invention (Internet). Available: http://www.angelfire.com/indie/anna_jones1/davinci2.jpg. Last accessed 28 March 2014.
Leonardo Da Vinci Quotes (Internet). Available: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/l/leonardo_da_vinci.html. Last accessed 29 March 2014.

Self Portrait as a Young Man – Da Vinci (Internet). Available: http://www.chinaoilpaintinggallery.com/oilpainting/Rembrandt/Self-Portrait-as-a-Young-Man.jpg. Last accessed 28 March 2014.
Book sources
Laurenza, Domenico, Leonardo’s Machines: Da Vinci’s Inventions Revealed. F&W Media International Limited, Newton Abbot, 2006.

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