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Artistic maths

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This presentation describes the relationship between art and maths

This presentation describes the relationship between art and maths

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  • 1. Artistic Maths The Golden Ratio
  • 2. Architecture: Parthenon
  • 3. University of Salamanca
  • 4. Painting: The birth of Venus (Sandro Boticelli)
  • 5. Painting: Mona Lisa (Leonardo da Vinci)
  • 6. Painting: Leda atómica (Salvador Dalí)
  • 7. Nature: sea shells (Nautillus shell)
  • 8. Human Body: Vitruvian Man (Leonardo da Vinci)
  • 9. Our Body
  • 10. and the question is…
    • Have they got anything in common?
    • Is there anything that makes them appealling to the eye?
  • 11. and the answer is…yes! It is the Golden Ratio
    • The Golden Ratio is also defined as divine proportion , divine section , golden proportion or golden number. The golden ratio is often denoted by the Greek letter phi , ( φ ).
  • 12. phi= 1,6180339887498…
  • 13. Let´s compare
  • 14. A golden rectangle
  • 15. It´s hard to believe, but…there are Maths inside
  • 16. The Golden ratio in design
  • 17. The Golden Ratio in our body
  • 18. The Golden ratio in our body
  • 19. And last but not least…
    • The laws of nature are but the mathematical thoughts of God. (Euclides)