In the history of the humankind there were
many different great people around the
world who influenced and changed our life
by thinking different.
Da Vinci is one of the most important and
most famous people of the humankind. …
Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15
1452 in a Vinci.
Vinci is a small city-state in Italy .
In Vinci Leonardo went to school.
In school Leonardo learned how to read write and
to calculate. He also learned geometry and Latin.
He moved to Florence When he was about 12 years old.
Was the apprentice to Andrea del Verrocchio, a famous
Italian artist. Verrocchio taught how to paint, sculpt in
wood, stone and clay, how to cast metal objects in silver
and gold, and how to make brushes.
Leonardo The Artist
Leonardo painted many important paintings for
the Christian church.
but the most known was
not for the church the Mona Lisa.
France (1516), Amboise, Le Clos Luce
Dies 2 May 1519
DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS
He created a machine like our modern day helicopter called the
He had many ideas for airplanes even though he never created
He also created a diving suit for swimming.
He had ideas to make portable bridges.
He had ideas to make cannonballs.
He made several other bird like things.
Leonardo discovered by putting gears and levers at the right
angle and right spot that it could be very useful.
Leonardo drew many studies of the human skeleton and its parts, as
well as muscles and sinews. He studied the mechanical functions of the
skeleton and the muscular forces that are applied to it in a manner that
prefigured the modern science of biomechanics. He drew the heart and
vascular system, the internal organs, making one of the first scientific
drawings of a fetus in utero. As an artist, Leonardo closely observed and
recorded the effects of age and of human emotion on the
physiology, studying in particular the effects of rage.
How Leonardo wrote
Leonardo wrote backwards and upside down. He did this so he
wouldn’t be prosecuted by the church by not believing that God does
Leonardo made over 200 pages of drawings and many pages of notes
towards a treatise on anatomy.
Working in all areas of knowledge and art, it everywhere was
original and great; and not his fault if his merits in the field
of a science and philosophy were estimated too late…