Leonardo Da Vinci was an immensely popular Italian polymath, the epitome of the 'Renaissance Man', famous mostly for his paintings such as the Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, the drawing of Vitruvian Man. He is considered to be one of the world's greatest painters of all time, as well as the most talented person in the Western culture. Being a genius artist, sculptor and inventor, Da Vinci was greatly interested in the laws of science and nature. Leonardo's prominent works were the source of inspiration not only for his contemporaries, Italian Renaissance painters, but also many artists after them.
Compiled into a single book only after Da Vinci's death, A Treatise on Painting is a unique complete collection of the great master's writings on art. Including instructions on drawing a human body, techniques, colour, perspective and other, the book is a real treasure, a fascinating insight into Leonardo's mind!
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