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Leonardo's notebooks

Autore: Leonardo, da Vinci; H Anna Suh
Editore: New York : Black Dog & Leventhal, ©2005.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
Banca dati:WorldCat
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Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) possessed arguably the greatest mind the world has ever known. Artist, draftsman, inventor, and philosopher, his contributions to modern society are profound and wide-reaching. Throughout his life, Leonardo kept dozens of notebooks, elegant studies on topics ranging from architecture to botany to philosophy--indeed nearly anything of which the human imagination could conceive. This book
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Genere/forma: Bildband
Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
Persona incaricata: Leonardo, da Vinci; Leonardo (da Vinci); Leonardo, da Vinci; Leonardo, da Vinci; Leonardo, da Vinci
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Leonardo, da Vinci; H Anna Suh
ISBN: 1579124577 9781579124571 1579125212 9781579125219
Numero OCLC: 59355329
Descrizione: 334 p. : ill. ; 32 cm.
Contenuti: Beauty, reason and art: On painting --
Human figures --
Light and shade --
Perspective and visual perception --
Studies and sketches --
Observations and order: Anatomy --
Botany and landscape --
Geography --
Physical sciences and astronomy --
Practical matters: Architecture and planning --
Sculpture and metalwork --
Inventions and experiments --
Practical advice --
Philosophy, aphorisms and miscellaneous writings --
Bibliography.
Responsabilità: Leonardo da Vinci ; edited by H. Anna Suh.
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Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) possessed arguably the greatest mind the world has ever known. Artist, draftsman, inventor, and philosopher, his contributions to modern society are profound and wide-reaching. Throughout his life, Leonardo kept dozens of notebooks, elegant studies on topics ranging from architecture to botany to philosophy--indeed nearly anything of which the human imagination could conceive. This book collects a variety of the most fascinating of these studies and compiles them into one volume that demystifies his insights and clearly illustrates his ideas, experiments, and observations with hundreds of his original sketches, line drawings, and paintings. Topics include Anatomy and the Movement of the Human Figure; Botany and Landscape; Engineering and Military Engineering; Physical Sciences; Aerodynamics and Flight; Geography--and more.--From publisher description.

A compilation of da Vinci's most fascinating studies, this monumental volume demystifies his insights and clearly illustrates his ideas, experiments, and observations with hundreds of his original sketches, line drawings, and paintings.

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