25 This painting, which was copied many times, influenced Michelangelo, Raphael, and Andrea del Sarto, 96 and through them Pontormo and Correggio.
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15 25 Leonardo would have been exposed to both theoretical training and a vast range of technical skills, 26 including drafting, chemistry, metallurgy, metal working, plaster casting, leather working, mechanics and carpentry as well as the artistic skills of drawing, painting, sculpting and modelling.
21 Vasari, the 16th-century biographer of Renaissance painters, tells a story of Leonardo as a very young man: A local peasant made himself a round shield and requested that Ser Piero have it painted for him.126 Liana Bortolon, writing in 1967, said: "Because of the multiplicity of interests that spurred him to pursue every field of knowledge.2 (Summer, 1994 617.A b Wasserman, Jack (1975).The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci.(ed.) The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci: 2 vols.12 14 nb 3 Leonardo had no surname in the modern sense "da Vinci" simply meaning "of Vinci his full birth name was "Lionardo di ser Piero da Vinci meaning "Leonardo, (son) of (Mes)ser Piero from Vinci".All that remains of Leonardo's work is a copy by Rubens, but Maurizio Seracini is convinced it can still be found and has spent a lifetime searching for.The Secret Revealed: How to Look at Italian Renaissance Painting.148 N120.298 Leonardo, Codex.The Science of Leonardo; Inside the Mind of the Genius of the Renaissance.The trends in composition were adopted in particular by the Venetian painters Tintoretto and Veronese.99 With dispassionate integrity Leonardo has registered in neat mirror writing the colours of the robes that Baroncelli was wearing when he died.The unusually large skull led Houssaye to conclude he had located the remains of Leonardo, which were re-interred in their present location of the chapel of Saint-Hubert, also at the Chateau d'Amboise. Giorgio Vasari Francis I of France receiving the last breath of Leonardo da Vinci, by Ingres, 1818 The continued admiration that Leonardo commanded from painters, critics and historians is reflected in many other written tributes.
La Madonna Litta dall'Ermitage di San Pietroburgo.
Its fame rests, in particular, on the elusive smile on the woman's face, its mysterious quality perhaps due to the subtly shadowed corners of the mouth and eyes such that the exact nature of the smile cannot be determined.