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    • Leonardo Da Vinci 1452-1519
    • • Born in Vinci, Tuscany, Italy (15th Apr. 1452)• Mother – Catarina, father – Ser Piero, a public notary• Went to school there, studied geometry and Latin• He lived there until he was 14• Then moved to Florence where he began an apprenticeship in the workshop of Verrocchio.
    • • started an apprenticeship in the workshop of Andrea del Verrocchio 1466 (sculptor, painter, goldsmith, bronze caster and more)• the mixing of colors and then he painted simple parts of paintings, taught himself to paint in oils at this time• In June 1472 - listed in the red book of painters from Florence, end of apprenticeship.
    • • Leonardo da Vinci’s first known and dated work (5th of August 1473)• "the perspective of disappearance".
    • • "Baptism of Christ", 1472-1475, assisted his master Verrocchio
    • • 1476, accused to have a homosexual affair with Jacopo Saltarelli (a model), acquittal
    • • The Benois Madonna, 1478
    • • St.Jermoe, 1481• Never finished• Now in the Vatican
    • • Milan (1482-1499)• “The Last Supper”• Many unfinished works• “Gran Cavallo”
    • • “The virgin of the Rocks”, 1483 - 86
    • • “Mona Lisa” (1503-1505/1507)• Sfumato (smoky effect)
    • • France (1516), Amboise, Le Clos Luce• Dies 2 May 1519
    • By Cesare Mussini (1929)the last meeting