Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519, Old Style) was an Italian Renaissance polymath: painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer whose genius, perhaps more than that of any other figure, epitomized the Renaissance humanist ideal.
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The Golden Ratio & the Fibonacci Sequence is prevalent in the major works of Leonardo Da Vinci. He referred to...
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Is thinking ~ You would not believe how many times Leonardo Da Vinci had to paint Mona Lisa before he got one where she wasn't blinking. Happy Friday
"One can have no smaller or greater mastery than the mastery of ones self" -Leonardo Da Vinci
Inequality is the cause of all local movements -- Leonardo Da Vinci
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I couldn't put it any better than the great Leonardo Da Vinci! :-)
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Thanks for following.“What is fair in men, passes away, but not so in art” Leonardo da Vinci.
"Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art." Leonardo da Vinci
my name isnt Leonardo da Vinci its Leonardo da Gucci it's a play on words
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"Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen." Leonardo da Vinci
Da Vinci's Demons - Season 1 Episode 2: Leonardo continues his quest for the Book of Leaves; the pope's nephew...
The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions. --Leonardo da Vinci
A desperate man is a dangerous and vulnerable man. The blind see what they want to see Da Vinci
Time stays long enough for anyone who will use it. -Leonardo da Vinci-
"I know that a life without love is no life at all." - Leonardo Da Vinci, Ever After
Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence. -Leonardo da Vinci-
Learning NO GO EVER make your mind tire. — Leonardo Da Vinci
People of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things."–Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo Da Vinci The "Renaissance Man" . He's the reason i want to be known as the modern "Renaissance Man"
Leonardo da Vinci is pretty underrated. I know he's already classified as one of the greatest humans of all time, but he's still underrated.
Our body is dependant on Heaven and Heaven on the Spirit. • Leonardo da Vinci
No soccer tomorrow. What do I do with myself? Talk about life being a beautiful piece of art? Talk about Leonardo da Vinci?
Leonardo Da Vinci Trivia. : Leonardo Da Vinci worked on the Mona Lisa for 15 years. By the time he died in 1519 he still didn't consider it/her finished. When the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre in 1911, one of the suspects was Pablo Picasso.
This entire school year I have been "punishing" ShiLoh for his grades in language arts. (Hes a math genius)Today he was diagnosed with dyslexia ...( I feel lk such a horrible mom) his struggle was not lazy or silliness 😞 so this evening him & I have been researching dyslexia & famous people who have become successful w it. ShiLoh, being the optimist he is loved hearing about all these geniuses and people who have changed the world... (Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da Vinci, Anderson Cooper, Steve Jobs) now he wants to start painting & win a Nobel Prize lol. I'm changing my parenting & patience level ... him & I can learn how to overcome this. One book at a time.
So today I went to the British Library, which had a ton of unbelievably important and classic texts (all originals!). I got to see (among many other things): Leonardo Da Vinci's notebooks, Shakespear's works, Chopin and Beethoven's hand-written music sheets, the Magna Carta, and Galileo's letters and book! This is one of Galileo's letter to a relative telling him that he is about to be tried in Rome for taking a heliocentric (sun is in the center) view of the solar system! I had to sneak this picture (they were not allowed)... Thought I would share this with you guys because you might be interested and also because, you know, physics and stuff.
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Leonardo Da Vinci's Orthonicopter ( Flying Machine) Modeled in Solidworks'13 Rendered in KeyShot 4.0 (An ornithopter (from Greek ornithos "bird" and pteron "wing") is an aircraft that flies by flapping its wings. Designers seek to imitate the flapping-wing flight of birds, bats, and insects. Though machines may differ in form, they are usually built on the same scale as these flying creatures. Manned ornithopters have also been built, and some have been successful. The machines are of two general types: those with engines, and those powered by the muscles of the pilot) For Downloading this model visit :
When it comes to famous images the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci is one of the most recognized in the world. When I visited the Lourve in Paris a couple of years ago I was stunned by the crowds of people gathering around this small image, pushing and shoving to get close and to …
amazing & unknown facts! MUST READ & SHARE . # Our eyes remain the same size from birth onward, but our nose and ears never stop growing. # The Barbie doll’s full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts. # The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows. # Ants never sleep! # When the moon is directly overhead, you will weigh slightly less. # Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, never called his wife or mother because they were both deaf. # An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain. # “I Am” is the shortest complete sentence in the English language. # Babies are born without knee caps – actually, they’re made of cartilage and the bone hardens between the ages of 2 and 6 years. # Happy Birthday (the song) is copyrighted. # Butterflies taste with their feet. # A “jiffy” is an actual unit of time for 1/100th of a second. # It is impossible to sneeze with your eyes open. # Leonardo Da Vinci invented the scissors. # Minus 40 degrees Celsius is exactly the same as minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit. # No word ...
Hi there Da Vinci's Demons. As a tribute to you and the show, in my current work based on Leonardo Da Vinci's drawings, I implanted secretly the symbol of King Solomon's knot in my paintings, but they have to be joined in a certain way. Enjoy!
Often in film directors and actor's form lasting relationships that result in repeated collaborations. Depp/Burton. DiCaprio/Scorsese. De Niro/Scorsese. Crowe/Scott. Russell/Cooper. Fassbender/McQueen. Nolan/Bale. Talk about fantasy collaborations between famous pairings. Here are five of mine. They vary from being somewhat based in reality to just wishful thinking. 1. Scorsese/DiCaprio - Teddy Roosevelt. This one was/is in the works. A biopic of the former U.S. president (and most bad *** human being to ever walk the earth) Theodore Roosevelt. The man's life is something out of a fantasy adventure. I really hope this comes to fruition. 2. Burton/Depp - Dr. Seuss. I've heard rumors of Depp playing the famed children's author and who better to direct than the off beat Burton? It's hit or miss when these two work together. It can be genius (Ed Wood, Sweeney Todd) or phenomenally dissapointing (Dark Shadows, Alice in Wonderland). I think this would be the former. 3. Cronenberg/Mortensen - Leonardo Da Vinci . ...
Leonardo Da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" painting may be part of the oldest 3D artwork, say two visual scientists. In 2012, scientists discovered that beneath layers of black paint, a seemingly insignificant "knock-off" of the "Mona Lisa" in the Museo del Prado in Madrid was in actuality very close to the or…
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Tomorrow our artist will be the great Leonardo Da Vinci! We'll have some fun with the Mona Lisa, and use every day objects to make our own inventions! It's our last class so I hope you can make it!
Hey, Leonardo Da Vinci and Patrick J. Lynch, thanks for stimulated my brain in this morning. God bless, me :)
Leonardo Da Vinci. Genius or Rolf Harris without the wobble board?
Come and join us for a fantastic talk by Prof Peter Abrahams about Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomy drawings and their relevence to medicine today - click here to book!
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What you can learn about life and business from Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da Vinci and Benjamin Franklin.
At Jiya's school for "Inspire fair". While children were talking about Leonardo Da Vinci, Chris Hadfield, Deepika Padukone, Akshay Kumar - all celebrities, she was talking about a person who has risen from within us to stand up for a noble cause - Loveen Kaur Gill
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Happy Saturday! Random Fun Facts: 1. In areas near cities, it tends to rain more on Saturdays than in any other day of the week! 2. The cigarette lighter was invented before the match 3. The 57 on Heinz ketchup bottle represents the varieties of pickle the company once had. 4. Warren Beatty and Shirley MacLaine are brother and sister. 5. Donald Duck comics were banned from Finland because he doesn't wear any pants. 6. Leonardo Da Vinci invented scissors. 7. There are no words in the dictionary that rhyme with: orange, purple, and silver! (You tried to rhyme them didn't you? LOL! ) 8. The elephant is the only mammal that can’t jump! 9. Most dust particles in your house are made from dead skin! Ick! 10. More people are allergic to cow’s milk than any other food. 11. Butterflies taste with their feet. 12. Honey is the only food that does not spoil. Honey found in the tombs of Egyptian pharaohs has been tasted by archaeologists and found edible. 13. The word "queue" is the only word in the English languag ...
“Be brave. Even if you’re not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference. Don’t allow the phone to interrupt important moments. It’s there for your convenience, not the callers. Don’t be afraid to go out on a limb. That’s where the fruit is. Don’t burn bridges. You’ll be surprised how many times you have to cross the same river. Don’t forget, a person’s greatest emotional need is to feel appreciated. Don’t major in minor things. Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Pasteur, Michaelangelo, Mother Teresa, Helen Keller, Leonardo Da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein. Don’t spread yourself too thin. Learn to say no politely and quickly. Don’t use time or words carelessly. Neither can be retrieved. Don’t waste time grieving over past mistakes Learn from them and move on. Every person needs to have their moment in the sun, when they raise their arms in victory, knowing that on this day, at this ** ...
Rebuttal to Mr. Abbot The thing about the brain difference is, women have more white matter(men have more grey matter), which contains most of the neuronal cell bodies. Also, a smaller brain produces We have more connections with the right and left hemispheres. Also, the front area of the Prefrontal cortex and it's temporal part are of bigger volume and are more organized than male's. This is why women are generally more skilled at multitasking, are more cautious. . Now, this doesn't mean men are more stupid(Stephen Hawking, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, Carl Sagan, Leonardo Da Vinci, etc.), because that is not true, men have a lot of connections between the front and back of the brain while women have a horizontal connection. The reason men have larger brains is because they are organized differently. There is no scientific proof backing that one sex is smarter than the other. Also, the statement, “no woman has been a significant original thinker in any of the world’s great philosophical traditions ...
It's been a little while since I managed to break the gravitational pull of the Metropolis and strike out to the provinces but today is the day. And my sojourn for this weekend is over to the jewel if the Atlantic, the Emerald Isle, or to be more precise the occupied territories of the North. It's a short hop over to Belfast and as I travel down to Gatwick for my Aer Lingus flight I turned my mind to some of the people who have been recognised by having an airport named after them. JFK in New York and Charles De Gaul in Paris, both paradigms if statesmanhood. Leonardo Da Vinci in Venice and the list goes on until we get to Belfast... Is it named after CS Lewis or even Van Morrison, no it's named George Best airport . In memory of an alcoholic footballer who went through more livers than Hannibal Lecter, now there's a role model. And my reason for today's trip - it's the clash of the titans , the red hand brigade of Ulster meet The Saracens in the quarter final of the Heineken cup tomorrow at Ravenhill and ...
Just saw in the news people believe that they have found the holy grail. A jewel encrusted golden chalice .. you can't be that stupid people .. seriously please?? The cup of a supposedly humble, poor man. Gold .. encrusted with jewels?? *sighs* The holy grail is the divine feminine. The holy "mother" that is the womb of creation, inside which the father creates! The "cup" which holds the "wine" of creation. That the church changed to "holy ghost" so they could oppress and control women. It's not a bloody cup! That's why there is no cup on Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper, because Mary sitting next to him is the holy grail.
"Sir Isaac Newton, Beethoven and Leonardo Da Vinci have faced it before, but now we must bear the torch." -
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I have Epilepsy seizures caused by Electrical Surges in the brain. I've never thought of it as being Bad.. Leonardo Da Vinci brilliant painter had epilepsy and he was talented. Vincent Van Gogh had Epilepsy and Michelangelo did as well also some other great people had Epilepsy like Aristotle, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allen-Poe, Sir Isaac Newton, and Alexander the Great also had Epilepsy. This Inspires me to be great I'm gunna Achieve it..
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If the school keeps blaming the ADHD maybe they should try to make a fish climb a tree? I’d like to share with you a list of people known to have ADD and or dyslexia. What would the world be like had we medicated them in an effort to make them the same as everyone else? What if we had drugged them so that they might focus on what society deemed important? What if they had not been allowed to look inside their own magnificent heads and explore what interested them? Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Winston Churchill, Edgar Allen Poe, John F. Kennedy, Vincent Van Gogh, Bill Gates, Walt Disney, Benjamin Franklin, Malcolm Forbes, Richard Branson, Thomas Edison, Orville and Wilbur Wright, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Salvador Dali, Ernest Hemingway, Ted Turner, Thomas Jefferson, Leonardo Da Vinci, Stephen Hawking, Leo Tolstoy, and Louis Pasteur to name but a few. Do they strike you as learning disabled? Abnormal…in a negative sense?
AN answer to a question on ROCK FM ( PRESTON ) Presenter: Name a film starring Bob Hoskins that is also the name of a famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci. Contestant: Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
The Da Vinci Code EXPOSED! I have received several e-mails from people, asking about The Da Vinci Code. To be straightforward--The Da Vinci Code is straight out of the pits of *** Dan Brown, the Christless author of The Da Vinci Code novel, says on his website ... "HOW MUCH OF THIS NOVEL IS TRUE? The Da Vinci Code is a novel and therefore a work of fiction. While the book's characters and their actions are obviously not real, the artwork, architecture, documents, and secret rituals depicted in this novel all exist (for example, Leonardo Da Vinci's paintings, the Gnostic Gospels, Hieros Gamos, etc.). These real elements are interpreted and debated by fictional characters. While it is my belief that some of the theories discussed by these characters may have merit, each individual reader must explore these characters' viewpoints and come to his or her own interpretations. My hope in writing this novel was that the story would serve as a catalyst and a springboard for people to discuss the important topi ...
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The biggest obstacle in life to overcome is the obstacles that live deep from within us. We all search for our silver linings in life like lost geese in the fog, heedlessly pushing along without any worry at all about the hunters that rest below. Every single human being on the planet has some sort of artistic integrity that is unique to that individual in some form of way. Whether it's helping people, or entertaining them. This gives that person a voice, a purpose, a process of doing things, a way of living peacefully, and a perfect master of what they themselves can only perfect. That's character, that's art, that's life. Inspired from a quote by the brilliant Leonardo da Vinci I seen in Art Appreciation tonight.
“A diamond is just a lump of coal that stuck to its job.” - Leonardo da Vinci.
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by: Karyn Elliott Since mid-November, visitors to the downtown Bradenton area have had a unique opportunity to visit a local exhibit called ‘Machines in Motion’, featuring inventions and works of art created by Leonardo Da Vinci, the most famous ‘Renaissance Man.’ ‘Machines in Motion’ offers over 40...
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo Da Vinci
Whenever Ms Berger talks about Leonardo da Vinci I think of the Leonardo from Assassin's Creed.
The parachute was invented by Leonardo da Vinci in 1515.
Gifs of 9 favourite Leonardo moments in Da Vinci’s Demons 'The Hierophant'.
"Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication." ~Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci included 40 symbols from the Old Testament into the composition of the
I love those who can smile in trouble... Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo Da Vinci came bank to life to paint Niall because he is the perfect human (via insider)
A new item in my collection - a Science fiction novel, "The Genius and the discovery of the world". Atlan, a humanlike alien, who stranded on earth meats Leonardo da Vinci, Christopher Columbus, and Vasco da Gama, and supports and promotes them in their efforts.
The Organization by Craig Holland Vinnie Pierucci was nervous. And scared. As his limousine left Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, he questioned why the Big Boss had summoned him from halfway around the world. Since taking over Vegas he had done everything right: his books were clean, and all of the weekly payments had come in from around the city, like clockwork. True, when he got there he had to “retire” a couple of guys who attracted too much attention, but that was years ago. He waited in an anteroom. Soon a man in black appeared. “Cardinal Pierucci, the Holy Father will see you now.”
So many people spring to mind... Hmmm, either Jesus, Socrates, or Leonardo Da Vinci. I will say that the whole "son of God" thing is definitely giving Jesus that competitive edge. Plus l could ask him if he actually meant that "let he who is without sin cast the first stone" since so many modern Christians seem to think he didn't.
Leonardo da Vinci : "Obstacles cannot crush me, every obstacle yields to stern resolve."
While I thought that I was learning to live, I have been learning to die. - Leonardo da Vinci
A magnificent display of life size, working models that were made from the drawings of one of the great geniuses of the world, Leonardo Da Vinci, is coming to the Riddoch Art Gallery in April. Get ready for this international travelling exhibition that is coming to Mount Gambier by becoming a Da Vinci Friend for $50 or/and book for the "Leonardo's Bar and Grill" buffet dinner at the Riddoch at 6pm on Saturday, February 22. The night will consist of good food, wine and local entertainment with a cost of $40 per person. All proceeds go to running costs of the education program for the Da Vinci Machines exhibition. Tickets are now on sale from the gallery or phone (08) 8723 9566. Tell your friends about it.
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." -Leonardo da Vinci"
When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return. ~Leonardo Da Vinci
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"Painting is poetry. Which is seen and not heard. Poetry is a painting. Which is heard and not seen." - What a beautiful play on words by Leonardo da Vinci.
My Dad, grandparents, Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da Vinci and my favourite, David Attenborough.
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the fact that John Cabot, Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand, and Leonardo Da Vinci are omitted from this list is disturbing.
See original illustrated manuscripts from the British Library by Lewis Carroll, Leonardo Da Vinci, William Blake... http…
No matter what age you are now, you are never too old for success or for going after what you want. Here’s a short list of people who accomplished great things in their later years: 1) Henry Ford Was 45 when the Ford T came out 2) Suzanne Collins was 46 when she wrote “ The Hunger Games” 3) Charles Darwin was 50 years old when his book On the Origin of Species came out 4) Leonardo Da Vinci was 51 years old when he painted the Mona Lisa 5) Abraham Lincoln was 52 when he became president 6) Ray Kroc Was 53 when he bought the McDonalds Franchise and took it to unprecedented levels 7) Dr. Seuss was 54 when he wrote “the cat in the hat” 8) Colonel Harland Sanders was 61 when he started the KFC Franchise 9) J R R Tolkien was 62 when the lord of the ring books came out 10) Jack Lalane at age 70 handcuffed, shackled, towed 70 rowboats
It's gonna be better than that essay I wrote for Mr. Lee comparing Leonardo Da Vinci and King George III
Read about STEM Jobs' international contributor Tiffany Klaas's visit to Mostra di Leonardo da Vinci in Rome,...
"Nothing strengthens authority as much as silence." — Leonardo da Vinci
"I awoke, only to see that the rest of the world is still asleep." ~ Leonardo da Vinci
UFO depicted in this 16th century painting by Leonardo da Vinci?
" A well spent day brings happy sleep." Leonardo Da Vinci. Wish you all a Happy Sleep :D
Leonardo da Vinci could write with one hand and draw with the other at the same time. Chicks love dexterity
I was talking to my brother about Leonardo da Vinci. He stops me and says "Um, I don't remember this episode of ninja turtles!
January 8, 1963 – Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is exhibited in the US for the first time, at the National Gallery of A…
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." Leonardo da Vinci "A single idea shared in the open can change everything." R.H.
"Just as iron rusts from disuse, even so does inaction spoil the intellect." -- Leonardo da Vinci
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"Beyond a doubt truth bears the same relation to falsehood as light to darkness." -Leonardo da Vinci.
Who knew Leonardo Da Vinci was such an activist? Thanks for the graphic!
Michel Therrien would probably tell Leonardo Da Vinci to stop painting and drawing and get into singing instead.
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Royal Collection Trust's 'Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy' is listed as one of The Daily Telegraph's 500 Must-Have Apps htt…
Video diary on day one of the Under-20 side's training camp in Turkey as part of the Leonardo da Vinci programme.
Leonardo Da Vinci on the urgency of doing: "Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do."
Simplicity is the ultimate form of Sophistication. ~~Leonardo da Vinci
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The discovery of a good is increasingly better for mankind than the discovery of a new star. Leonardo Da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci spent 12 years to paint the Mona Lisa's lips.
Sacred Water Sites Around the World Examples of Healing Waters ~ Deborah King Water is sacred to all life. The adult human body is around 60% water, with the brain being 75% water and the lungs nearly 90%. There is no life without water, which is why it’s the basis for so many creation stories in various cultures and traditions around the world. The Hindu holy books say that everyone on earth came out of the primordial sea. In the Bible, God stirs above the waters and creates a firmament to divide the waters in the act of creating our world. The Koran states: “We have created every living thing from water.” Where Does Your Bottled Water Come From? Have you ever thought about where your bottle of water comes from? Evian is bottled from the natural spring waters at Evians-les-Bains, a high-end spa south of Lake Geneva. The curative properties of the healing water are said to especially benefit digestive and metabolic conditions. If Pellegrino is your brand of choice, it comes from northern Italy at Sa ...
“Leonardo Da Vinci used the ‘Map of the Old Jerusalem’ to assist him in painting the background of the Mona Lisa.” –W.N. Varvel
I love Leonardo da Vinci and I always liked this his drawing so I decided to draw it too. Hope you like it guys
On This Day January 8th is the 8th day of 2014 with 357 days remaining of the year. 1815 - US 7th Infantry Regiment plus others (total 4500) defeat a British force of 8000 in the Battle of New Orleans under Major General Andrew Jackson. The battle was fought on the grounds of Chalmette Plantation, downriver from New Orleans. British killed/wounded/captured: 2055; American: 101. 1835 - The United States national debt is zero for the only time. 1937 - -50 degrees F (-45.6 degrees C), San Jacinto, Nevada (state record low). 1947 - American General George Marshall becomes Secretary of State. 1949 - Make Mine Manhattan play closes at Broadhurst Theater in New York City, New York after 429 performances. 1962 - Leonardo Da Vinci's painting Mona Lisa is exhibited in the United States for the first time. 1963 - Mona Lisa painting, on loan, is unveiled in America's National Gallery of Art. 1964 - US President Lyndon B Johnson declares "War on Poverty". 1965 - Senator Everett Dirksen introduces a bill to make marigo ...
The Technological World of Leonardo Da Vinci (Full Documentary). 2013 2014 This documentary as well as all of the rest of these documentaries shown here are ...
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. - Leonardo da Vinci.
The reopening of the Mauritshuis Museum! Het culturele hoogtepunt voor 2014 volgens Will Gompertz, arts editor (van oa het boek 'Dat kan mijn kleine zusje ook'). Over the past 18 months, a world tour has been taking place that makes those undertaken by The Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen seem like sideshow. Millions of people from Kobe in Japan to Atlanta in Georgia have rocked up to see a group of superstars quite unlike any other. The stars in questions are paintings, or more specifically, some of the greatest masterpieces ever produced. Among their number is Jan Steen's As the Old Sing, So Pipe the Young and The Goldfinch by Carel Fabritius (the name and plot device for Donna Tartt's 2013 novel). But the real showstopper, the beautiful woman who has fronted the entire tour, is Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring, perhaps second only to Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa as the most famous work of art in the world. On 27 June 2014, she and the other superstars return home to The Hague where they will re ...
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Beginning January 11th BlueWater Resort and Casino will be hosting Leonardo Da Vinci Man-Inventor-Genius, an exhibit showcasing 23 exact replicas of his mast...
Leonardo da Vinci, perhaps most noted as an artist, was also an architect, inventor and chronicler of science, among other outlets for his talents.
The Under-20 side jetted off to Turkey yesterday for a two week training camp as part of the Scottish FA Leonardo Da Vinci Programme.
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." *ॐ~Leonardo da Vinci~ॐ*
How to read 'The Last Supper' by Leonardo da Vinci - Interpretation
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Art Matters! The Italian Renaissance Saturday January 11, 2014 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM Hills Branch Library - 210 Washington St. After almost 1000 years of 'dark ages', the genius of Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo led the way for a 'Rebirth' of learning, art and humanity. They helped to cast a bright new light on culture, and to rekindle a love of learning which encouraged science, new technology and a growing humanity. Join us at the Hills Branch for a look at their lives, their work, and a discussion of the Italian Renaissance. Free and open to the public. Generously sponsored by the Friends of the Wellesley Free Libraries.
ACCUSATION OF INC: The image of Christ we see today is not the real image of Christ. It is only taken from the painting of Leonardo Da Vinci whose model was the same model used to paint the image of Judas. ANSWER: Da Vinci’s version of Christ was created on the 16th century, and no body really cares who is the model of his painting. But what Inc ministers did not tell is, there were already pictures of Christ before Da Vinci painted the Last Supper. The earliest painting of Christ was painted on 6th century and Da Vinci was not yet born to use the same model for Christ and for Judas. [reposted from: Riel Lopez]
Jackson State grad Daryl Jones is named All-Metro Coach of the Year after resuscitating the Callaway High School Football Program. When Coach Daryl Jones, Sr. married my work/study student Mona Lisa Walker (Please note the photo is of the original Mona Lisa and not Mrs. Mona Lisa Walker Jones) I was wondering whether he was a " Leonardo Da Vinci" and would produce a masterpiece. Well, 22 years later, they have a 20-year old son DJ (Daryl Jones Jr.) who goes into spring practice with a chance to be a top drawer running back at Jackson State University. While playing for his dad at Callaway High School,DJ was an above average football player and a Principal's List academic student. When JSU offered an academic scholarship and not an athletic scholarship, he bolted for Texas Southern University where he spent one year. Now, he is back at JSU and awaiting spring drills. Coincidentally, there is a head coach vacancy at Jackson State where his dad once served as Interim Head Coach when James Bell was fired. No ...
TOP 10 GENIUSES OF ALL TIME 1) Albert Einstein - Albert Einstein is a name that comes to mind first when thinking of geniuses. Einstein’s brain was found to be deficient in certain parts, but extraordinarily powerful in others. Another trait of Albert’s brain was the fact that he had a much larger corpus callosum than the average man. The corpus callosum connects the right and left hemispheres and allows them to successfully transfer information back and forth (communicate with one another). Einstein has received the Nobel Prize in physics, was named “Person Of The Century” by Time Magazine, and has contributed phenomenal theories to the world of science (i.e. theory of relativity, unique field theory, etc). 2) Leonardo Da Vinci - Leonardo Da Vinci is considered one of the best painters of all time and possibly the most multi-talented man to have ever lived! Two of his works include: The Last Super & The Mona Lisa. Da Vinci was truly ahead of his time with ideas such as: a helicopter, a tank, sola ...
Someday Gene Roddenberry will be remembered with the likes of Leonardo Da Vinci and Jules Verne.
Leonardo Da Vinci's wacky piano is heard for the first time, after 500 years - Sydney Morning Herald |
“Time stays long enough for those who use it“ ~ Leonardo Da Vinci
Beginning, Daguerreotype and Camera Obscure The Daguerreotype is considered the first photographic process, officially dates from 1839, and represents the formal start of the history of photography. Although the oldest preserved photograph knows as “View from the window at Le Gras”, you can see below these lines, dates from 1826 and is made with camera obscure. And in 1521, a pupil of Leonardo Da Vinci called Cesare Cesariano, wrote the first publication of the camera obscure. Also at that time already experimented with silver salts and their photosensitive properties. “View from the window at Le Gras” – Photograph oldest preserved. It can be understood that before the appearance of the daguerreotype in 1839, had already experimented with techniques to make photographs. The art of the daguerreotype was to form an image on a polished silver surface like a mirror. The developed image is formed from microscopic particles of an alloy of mercury and silver. The camera obscure was origi ...
Stephen Hawkins claims he's the reincarnation of James Isaac Newton mayne if he's making claims like that then I was Leonardo Da Vinci
Trust and Believe that Not all flowers bloom at the same time If you have passed your teens, blown thru your 20's, and stormed thru your 30's and 40's, don't be discouraged: Leonardo Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa @ age 67 Gandhi discovered his life's calling at 50 Julia Childs became a famous chef at 50 Ray Kroc became founder of McDonald's at age 52
Leonardo da Vinci!. Virgin and child with a cat, ca. 1480. British Museum
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication - Leonardo Da Vinci Complexity is just trying too hard - Me
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” ― Leonardo da Vinci :)
Friday fact: Leonardo da Vinci was dyslectisch
I heard Leonardo da Vinci was white.
Who does not appreciate the life that does not deserve it. Leonardo da Vinci
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication~ Leonardo da Vinci
Art is never finished, only abandoned. Leonardo Da Vinci
Leonardo da 'Vinci made him white... It was 'illegal' in the art world of his day to paint people anything but white...
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”. ― Leonardo da Vinci
"I awoke, only to see the rest of The World was still asleep." -Leonardo Da Vinci
We're in Italy. As you can see it's beautiful @ Aeroporto di Roma Fiumicino "Leonardo da Vinci" (FCO)
Albert Einstein, William Shakespear, Leonardo Da Vinci, Isaac Newton and Lionel Messi, who's the most naturally gifted human?
God sells us all things at the price of labor. Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci had an invention for breathing underwater but he didn't carry through with it "because of the evil nature of men, who might use it for murder on the sea-bed."
Our quote of the day:. “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” — Leonardo Da Vinci
The white version of Jesus Christ is actually the face of Cesare Borgia, painted by Leonardo Da Vinci on the behalf of pope Alexander VI, who was Cesare's father. He ordered that all paintings, carvings and scriptures depicting Jesus as Middle Eastern man be destroyed. He wanted people to believe that Jesus looked European because at the time they were fighting the Muslims who looked pretty much like Jesus. It was a political maneuver.
When I draw portraits of famous people, I make Leonardo da Vinci look like a one-eyed donkey with hooks for hands.
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What does Leonardo da Vinci have to do with airplanes and ornithopters?
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” ― Leonardo da Vinci
"Study without desire spoils the memory, and it retains nothing that it takes in. ~Leonardo da Vinci True.
The days are long enough for those who use them. -Leonardo da Vinci
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. LEONARDO DA VINCI.
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I worked with famous artists Leonardo Da Vinci and Jesus Christ on my album
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Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication by Leonardo Da Vinci
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” ― Leonardo da Vinci. Photo (c)
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Today's weird fact. Leonardo da Vinci loved animals so much that he would often buy caged animals just to set them free.
Leonardo da Vinci is said to have spent 12 years painting the Mona Lisa's lips. When you passionately keep at it,nothing can stop you from producing a breathtaking masterpiece!
Leonardo da Vinci designed an elaborate musical instrument called the 'viola organista' almost 500 years ago. Now the world can see it being played for the very first time.
FAMOUS QUOTE BY :-Leonardo da Vinci “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
LEONARDO DA VINCI Holiday Party! Hey, alumni, 21 and over, join your teachers and former administrators at Doc Sullivans on Monday, December 30 from 6-10 pm for a holiday get-together! $15.00 for buffet and cash bar. RSVP and payment due by December 19th. Inbox me if you are interested!
It's crazy that Leonardo Da Vinci could paint and invent all that stuff and still find time to be a crime fighting turtle.
NEWS FLASH! Results of established test methods with animal models and cell lines used up until now can hardly be translated to the processes in the human brain. Drug testing should therefore be conducted with human nerve cells, conclude the scientists. ohrly? Animal testing is inhumane and unreliable - click the link below to read this story. “The time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look on the murder of men.” ― Leonardo da Vinci (the man, not the doggie)
Leonardo da Vinci: Coder, lefty, dyslexic, or just plain genius? One thing is true -- he has mystified experts and captured the attention of millions throughout the years. Take this lesson to dig deeper into the complexities of the life of Leonardo da Vinci.
A bizarre instrument combining a piano and cello has finally been played to an audience more than 500 years after it was dreamt up Leonardo da Vinci.
on this date in 1980, Oil tycoon Armand Hammer bought a notebook of writings by Leonardo da Vinci for $5.28 million at auction in London. It was the highest price ever paid for a manuscript.
Do you know what today is? Thursday December 12, 1013 Poinsettia Day December 12th is Poinsettia Day. A Poinsettia is a tropical American plant having poisonous milk and showy tapering usually scarlet petal-like leaves surrounding small yellow flowers. The poinsettia was named after Joel Roberts Poinsett who brought the plant back from Mexico to his greenhouse in South Carolina. Mona Lisa Recovered On December 12, 1913, Leonardo da Vinci’s stolen painting, The Mona Lisa, was recovered in a hotel room in Florence, Italy. The painting was stolen from the Louvre Museum in Paris two years earlier. Leonardo da Vinci (April 15, 1452-May 2, 1519) was an Italian painter, sculptor, engineer, scientist and architect; the most versatile genius of the Italian Renaissance. Pennsylvania Admission Day On December 12, 1787, Pennsylvania became the 2nd state of the United States. Harrisburg is the capital of Pennsylvania. William Penn was an Englishman and Quaker who founded the colony of Pennsylvania (meaning Penn's W ...
Good morning York County, -- It's going to be a very cold morning, and not likely to get much warmer. Look for a high around 25. For details, visit The county's major roadways look clear at the moment. Live traffic map here: and York County 911 log here: Six things to know about York City Council budget talks Read the full story here: This day in history: On Dec 12, 1980, the Da Vinci notebook sells for over 5 million. On this day in 1980, American oil tycoon Armand Hammer pays $5,126,000 at auction for a notebook containing writings by the legendary artist Leonardo da Vinci. The manuscript, written around 1508, was one of some 30 similar books da Vinci produced during his lifetime on a variety of subjects. It contained 72 loose pages featuring some 300 notes and detailed drawings, all relating to the common theme of water and how it moved. Experts have said that da Vinci drew on it to paint the background of his masterwork, the Mona Lisa. Reighart, morning web
She just asked me if I need to know about the Mona Lisa for my exam... She said Leonardo Da Vinci, Luke Skywalker
Still really want to go to the Leonardo Da Vinci exhibit
Fun Fact! Leonardo Da Vinci was left handed and his personal notes were written in mirror writing starting from the right side of the page to the left.
“Water is the driving force in nature.” – Leonardo da Vinci
It's good to be reminded of the basics. “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” –Leonardo Da Vinci
A visit to the exhibition that features ingenious inventions by Leonardo da Vinci: various prototypes of flying machines, robots to be used both in the battle field and on stage, all accompanied by large scale models and 3d interactive reproductions. All exhibits were built after an in-depth study c...
" Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence" Leonardo Da Vinci
£8 for leonardo da vinci notebooks 1&2, and drawings
Leonardo da Vinci invented numerous devices that he never built, including the viola organista -- a machine-like instrument that combines a harpsichord,
From my homeboy, Ted Booth: "grading world history exams. Student response: "Leonardo Da Vinci was famous for his Davinci code." Facepalm."
Leonardo Da Vinci used his uncle & a few local prison inmates to pose for the official painting of "The Last Supper"...now tell me if it REALLY matters what "Jesus" looks like... -_-
I never knew James Madison, Leonardo Da Vinci, and George Washington all played the flute how cool.
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"Nobody really knew who he was.We know who we think he was.It's always a guessing game."-Laura Haddock on Leonardo Da Vinci
Winston Churchill, Richard Branson, John Lennon, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Picasso, Jackie Stewart, Agatha Christie, Leonardo Da Vinci, Michael Faraday, Henry Ford, Ted Turner, Walt Disney, Harrison Ford, John F. Kennedy, Orlando Bloom, Enrico Caruso and an estimated one out of five people on the planet have one thing in common …Dyslexia. Have you ever dialed the wrong phone number because you reversed two numbers? Ever read a paragraph and not completely understand what you just read? Ever write or type a word using letters out of order, have trouble balancing your check book, spell poorly; these are all forms of dyslexia. Most people have a mild case of it, while others suffer to extremes seeing letters that appear to be backwards and even upside down. Richard Branson struggled through school as his dyslexia was a cloud that followed him, but never rained on his creative genius. In school, he started his own student newspaper that linked many schools together. By selling advertising to major cor ...
The Renaissance galleries contain some of the most remarkable objects in Europe, including Leonardo Da Vinci's sketchbooks love it
The Modulor was meant as a universal system of proportions. The ambition was vast: it was devised to reconcile maths, the human form, architecture and beauty into a single system. This system could then be used to provide the measurements for all aspects of design from door handles to cities, and Corbusier believed that it could be further applied to industry and mechanics. The fundamental "module" of the Modulor is a six-foot man, allegedly based on the usual height of the detectives in the English crime novels Corbusier enjoyed. This Modulor Man is segmented according the "golden section", a ratio of approximately 1.61; so the ratio of the total height of the figure to the height to the figure's navel is 1.61. These proportions can be scaled up or down to infinity using a Fibonacci progression. In devising this system, Corbusier was joining a 2000-year-old hunt for the mathematical architecture of the universe, a search that had obsessed Pythagoras, Vitruvius and Leonardo Da Vinci. Le Corbusier devel ...
The lengthy list of left-handeds — President Obama, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Gerald Ford,James Garfield and Harry Truman, Mahatma Gandhi, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela, Leonardo Da Vinci, Isaac Newton, Bill Gates, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.now would ppl stop with the articles we aren't weird we're LEADERS! Lol
Recently I began to read and look at the challenges that those with Dyslexia face and what they have to overcome. It's a daunting task, no wonder they are some of the best and the brightest among us. A short list includes Steve Jobs, Leonardo Da Vinci, Steven Spielberg, Alexander Graham Bell, David Rockefeller and Tim Tebow. There are many more that are just as impressive. For a look at what a Dyslexic might see when they begin to learn to read follow this link:
Bob Dylan, Jeff Goldbloom, George Harrison, Henry David Thoreau, Jesus, Lao Tzu, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Malala Yousafzai all get it.
Leonardo da Vinci invented the parachute in 1515.the first parachute wasn't used until 1808 when a man in Warsaw, Poland jumped from his burning balloon.293 years passed before his invention was used.I guess they didn't have *** in 1515.
Go fux with Michaelangelo and Picasso and Leonardo Da Vinci and Donatello and Raphael and Me
These weird wind-driven moving machines remind me of something Leonardo Da Vinci would have made.
agreed mr. Leonardo Da Vinci: simplicity is the ultimate sophistication!
Threats alone are the weapons of the threatened man - Leonardo Da Vinci
"The vine that has grown old on an old tree falls with the ruin of that tree, and through that bad companionship must perish with it." -Leonardo da Vinci, painter, engineer, musician, and scientist (1452-1519)
. people get too extreme. wow artists actually go to graveyards to study... purest example is Leonardo Da Vinci... bisecting dead humans to study humans. even animals. gross that is why i dont want to go into the medical field ... this is will be greatest trial... and test for courage. I mean I play mature games...
Leonardo da Vinci conceived of a flying machine 400 years before humans actually flew.
'Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.' - Leonardo da Vinci
Life is amazing. The moment I started reading a book about Leonardo da Vinci, I seem to be bumping into him and his work almost everywhere. The Universe does conspire with you... Here's a study of hands by
leonardo di ser piero da vinci Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci, is of the most famous artists of the Italian Renaissance at all He is famous as a painter, sculptor, architect, and the world. Was retriever and permanent arts as a result of his passion for knowledge and scientific research, has many effects on schools of art in Italy lasted for more than a century after his death. Wikipedia Birthday: April 15, 1452, Vinci, Tuscany, Italy Death: May 2, 1519 Height: 1.94 m Period: Renaissance High Works of Art: Mona Lisa 1517 The Last Supper 1498 Lady with Akkakm 1490 Virgin rock
Leonardo da Vinci could Mirror Write Words that guy was a Profilic writer,designer and creater of geomatrical shapes
El que no valora la vida no se la merece. Leonardo Da Vinci.
From Picasso in St. Petersburg to sculptures in Sydney, Hotwire.com has compiled a list of the top 10 places to admire famous art around the world. For assistance with curated architectural tours, contact: aspireParis, France It may seem obvious, but there's a reason why Paris always ends up on top of most art-lovers' lists. Start with one of the largest and most well-known museums in the world, the Louvre (Musee du Louvre). This museum displays an estimated 380,000 objects and 35,000 works of art including Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa. And of course, the Louvre Palace (Palais du Louvre) is one of the most famous architectural works of art in its own right. Beyond the Louvre, visitors can experience impressionist and post-impressionist French art at the Musee d'Orsay, the surrealist movement at Espace Dali or view modern works by artists like Pablo Picasso at the Musee d'Art Moderne. 2. Florence, Italy Known as the "cradle of the Renaissance," Florence is overflowing with beautiful pieces o ...
Prince Henry : Your paintings. You spoke to me as if it were life and death. Leonardo Da Vinci : A woman always is.
" any model which is not based on the model of nature is striving in vein." Leonardo Da Vinci
"Why does the eye see more clearly when asleep than the imagination when awake?" Leonardo da Vinci
SIMPLICITY is the ultimate SOPHISTICATION. da Vinci.
Awesome job Leonardo da vinci home and school assoc. for another great Halloween.always a great time :)
Marky"You know that guy Leonardo created vampire diaries and rugrats?". Me"Leonardo who?" . Marky"Leonardo da Vinci" 😂😂😒 my brothers a retard
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO NOURISH YOUR IMAGINATION LATELY? Your imagination is your servant. It does your bidding. If you have a servant but never instruct them to clean, cook, or drive for you it is the same as not having a servant. How have you used your imagination lately? Have you just watched and read something to be entertained or have you created something new out of those ideas? Have you found a better ideal to live in? Have you imagined a life without the safety net of not knowing exactly what it would be like? Have you given your self some rich intentions to fulfill and went for it - even though you weren't that sure about it? Have you created a new primary aim and through all your imaginations power and then started moving towards having that specific aim? Have you taken the thing you desire and combined them with other things you desire to create a new vivid picture you can frame within your minds eye? Do you realize that everyday when you see, feel, and hear with only your physical senses you are ...
From Leonardo da Vinci, Renaissance Genius :“It had long since come to my attention that people (cont)
These drawings and paintings are by the great artists Raphael and Leonardo Da Vinci. In Leonardo's :- Virgin of the Rocks commissioned with the de Predis brothers for The Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception, he choses an apocryphal moment of the infancy of Christ, when John the Baptist, in the protection of an angel, met The Holy Family on the road to Egypt! [quoted reference] He made two paintings - completing the first between 1483-1486 and the replica about 1495 or possibly much later. Interestingly, they were not paid for this work until the following century. The cartoon, one which he was also commissioned to complete [by monks it was said], is also of Jesus and John the Baptist. He lived from 1452-1519; dying a year before his contemporary Raphael, who painted the Madonna with the Blue Diadem [posted first] and Madonna of Loreto [the fourth image].
Good morning! "The painter has the universe in his mind and hands" Leonardo da Vinci
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"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." - Leonardo da Vinci.
"Every now and then go away, have a little relaxation... Since to remain constantly at work will cause you to lose power of judgement... Go some distance away... Because a lack of harmony or proportion is more readily seen" Leonardo da Vinci 1500 AD
I wish I could have meet Leonardo Da Vinci.
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." - Leonardo da Vinci, Painter, Scientist & Writer
Hand made Heat Pack - Leonardo Da Vinci foetus in the womb. Hand made by The Birth Shop
Robin's Pro tip of the day: Learn on purpose, there is a lot to find out! I just found out that Leonardo da Vinci means Leonardo from the city of Vinci, Italy. His full name is Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci. Didn't know that. I'm choosing not to feel stupid. :-)
"To be together, no need to be close. Yeah But on the inside." (Leonardo Da Vinci)
"I love those who can smile in trouble, who can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. 'Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves their conduct, will pursue their principles unto death." -- Leonardo da Vinci
How did you hear about your nomination? My wife Cynthia read the announcement to me. 2) What are you most proud of about your work in your nominated show? Being able to work and carpool with Robin Bloodworth. 3) Who might you forget to thank in your acceptance speech? Mikhail Gorbachev. 4) Tell us about your most memorable audition or design pitch meeting. Back in the 80's I auditioned in Chicago for a part that Michael Chiklis eventually got: John Belushi in "Wired." I was told by the director that I had no business even thinking about auditioning for the part, and the director later discovered that he had no business even thinking about making that movie. 5) What is the last good book you read? You Shall Be As Gods by Erich Fromm. 6) If you could have dinner with three people (living or from the past), who would they be and why? Let's go with Jesus, Leonardo Da Vinci and Dan Brown. 7) What project are most excited about next? Haml ...
Hi, Leonardo Da Vinci was patronized by the Savoy family who owned the Holy Shroud of Turin. (
By Onyeka ‘Kerous' Ibeanusi Instead of the usual internet rants and exchange of words, I plead that this piece be read with an open mind. Sometimes I ask myself if studying History would have been the best course for me. I grew up as a very shy and quiet kid. Didn't keep many friends, my thoughts became my best friend. I was in love with anything creative, from drawing to constructions and research. I had an undying thirst for knowledge which reflected in voraciously studying the many text books on various subjects, especially on History, used by my older siblings in school at my disposal. I read about European history; I could tell much about the crusaders, the great knights, the Scandinavians and Vikings who conquered England. I read about America; Amerigo, Christopher Columbus, Vasco Da Gama, Ferdinand Magellan. I read about Science; Leonardo Da Vinci, Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein. About Picasso, Michael Angelo, the explorers and about Africa; The kingdom of Great Zimbabwe, Egypt, Be ...
The fellow in the lower right corner is Cesare Borgia, the illegitimate son of Pope Alexander VI. This "image" was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci. THIS ISN'T WHAT Jesus Christ LOOKED LIKE, there are NO recorded images of Jesus, not even that so-called shroud of Turin!
your avi kind of reminded me of Leonardo Da Vinci's vitruvian man for a quick sec.
I need a picture of the Vitruvian man by Leonardo Da Vinci in my room.
Emilia got a very good progress report from school today and I am so proud of that child for her perseverance and hard work . I am glad she wants to be a scientist when she grows up and loves people like Leonardo Da Vinci , Jane Goodall, and Albert Einstein. Her strength and determination is really neat to see .
Week 4 - TV Show: Da Vinci’s Demons (2013) This year has ushered in a plethora of quality television for the most part. Along came this piece of art, slightly hidden amongst the other great works. Starring Tom Riley in the lead, as 25 year old Leonardo Da Vinci, this TV series seems to have been made keeping three particular fan bases in mind – those of Sherlock, Spartacus and the Game of Thrones. It’s fast-paced, with witty dialogue and banter, colourful characters (all of whom are exceptional actors and quite honest to their roles), clever animated bits, adventurous and over-reaching plots including the Myths of the Sons of Mithras (yeah history!) – it’s perfect to keep you on your toes for a while. Don’t even get me started on the Main Title Design and Score – 8 episodes and I not once did I skip over it to get to the start of the show. Historically inaccurate by a few months to a few years, (considering that this is indeed a fictional account of the celebrated artist and engineer) one r ...
'An oil painting by Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi has sold for $23.3 million at an auction in Hong Kong - a record price for Asian contemporary art. The 2001 work is a recreation of "The Last Supper" by Italian master Leonardo Da Vinci, which depicts the last meal between Jesus and the 12 disciples when Jesus foretold his betrayal by Judas.' Such stupendous stupidity!
Leonardo da Vinci. discovered that a tree's. rings reveal its age.
Guys I also forgot to tell you someone else also claimed Leonardo da Vinci invented the airplane
“There are three classes of people: Those who see, Those who see when they are shown and Those who do not see. — Leonardo da Vinci
Its simply fantastic...and Tom Riley has truly excelled in the role of Leonardo da Vinci..
But a 500-year-old mystery was apparently solved today after a painting attributed to Leonardo da Vinci was discovered in a Swiss bank vault. The painting, which depicts Isabella d’Este, a Renaissa...
Lost Leonardo da Vinci painting found in Swiss bank vault
Leonardo da Vinci painting lost for centuries found in Swiss bank vault
THE DAVINCI CODE " can you break the code " of leonardo da vinci the book with mysterious adventure and many codes
A supposedly lost painting has been found in a Swiss vault- do you think it is truly the work of Leonardo?
A long sought-after artwork attributed to Leonardo da Vinci has been discovered among a private collection of 400 paintings locked in a Swiss Bank Vault.
Life is pretty simple: You do some stuff. Most fails. Some works. You do more of what works. If it works big, others quickly copy it. Then you do something else. The trick is the doing something else - Leonardo Da Vinci
“Obstacles cannot crush me. Every obstacle yields to stern resolve. He who is fixed to a star does not change his mind.” - Leonardo da Vinci Selamat beraktifitas!! Happy Monday!! :D
Checking out 15th century French castle occupied by King Charles VII in year 1434. This castle is also burial site of Leonardo da Vinci, which his home is about 0.5 miles away.
Goodmorning, Let's work for our daily dossis of greatness, beauty and love again :) 'Knowledge off all things is possible' Leonardo Da Vinci
So it has been just over a month since I arrived here in France. It seems as though I only just got here and at the same time that I've been here for ages!!! It has been super difficult trying to understand the language but after one month I can already understand more. I still don't have a clue about the school work but for now thats okay. It can only get easier :) My host family here are amazing!! They are super nice and really funny even though I never quite understand the jokes. :P Apart from the first few days in Paris I've also visited Chateau Chounoncau and the house of Leonardo Da Vinci along the Loire River. I went to these places with 10 girls from Australia who were here for 3 weeks. It was really fun, they were super nice and it was good to hear a kind of familiar accent although I do miss Kiwi accents!!! Last weekend I had a camp with the other exchange students from my region Poitou-Charentes. The weekend was just a chance to catch up on how we were after a month and it was really good. Ther ...
“A painter should begin every canvas with a wash of black, because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light.” ― Leonardo da Vinci
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