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Leonardo Da Vinci

Leonardo Da Vinci

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Born April 15, 1452 Vinci, in the present day Province of Florence, Italy Died May 2, 1519 (aged 67) Amboise, Touraine (in present-day Indre-et-Loire...

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ShadowOfIsraphel Apr 16 2014 says:

im working on a project about Leonardo Da Vinci for school and I cant find any historical figures who were inspirations/admirers/supporters/protagonists. anyone who can give me some help?

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Hang-Lip Mar 9 2012 says:

Joined :D

When i was at school i learned that he was the only artist to ever be able to draw a perfect circle by hand. i dont know how true this is, but i wouldnt be surprised.

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Alberto309 Jan 21 2014 replied:

I think the one who was able to draw a perfect cicle was Giotto, not Da Vinci.

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Alberto309 Jan 21 2014 replied:

"When Pope Benedict asked Giotto for a drawing to prove his worth as an artist, Giotto drew a perfect circle - freehand ... perfection is a powerful message"

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Build_a_Canal Dec 9 2011 says:

Joined. He was such a great person in history that I don't even dare to describe him, because it will sound incomplete.. :)

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radagastearendil Oct 6 2014 replied:

No doubt! People like Archimedes and Leonardo are that amazing that it's difficult to believe they really existed. Epic!!

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█Black/Brunez█ Sep 8 2011 says:


Indeed, he was an awesome dude

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Akalonor May 14 2011 says:

Im so disappointed that they teach us NOTHING of him until High school, He is the best, and im ashamed to be american when we don't even acknowledge him.

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KnightofEquulei May 31 2011 replied:

I somewhat agree, it's the same over here in the UK but I did some good art lessons where I studied some of his art. His sketches show so much detail. There's never been such an artist since and probably never will be again. So much is passed off as art these days when the stuff being passed off as art is actually junk.

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Akalonor Jul 5 2011 replied:

It reminds me of Photography, any idiot with a digital camera now considers themselves a photographer.

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