May 28, 2020

Leonardo Da Vinci: "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Art is never finished, only abandoned. Learning never exhausts the mind."

The exceptional human being of the 14th century who was an all-rounder man, a step ahead of the average human brain and proved to have inexplicable work of his days that marked in history.

BY LOKESH UMAK
Leonardo Da Vinci (His own Portrait) 
Credit — Wikimedia commons
The man who's named shows the identity of his place of birth, Da Vinci, and the name Leonardo (Real name–Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci) which is his name as identity. Experienced and technical personnel of the Ira 14th century who was not only expert in his great artistical historic painting of  La Gioconda (Monalisa a real-life model) but he also has great experience in other another expertise in the stream of drawing, sculpturing, Architecture, Science, Music, Mathematics, Engineering, Literature, Anatomy, Geology, Astronomy, Botany, and Cartography. Looking at his great work about especially, the Facts of Painting of Monalisa proved that Leonardo Da Vinci was one of the greatest paintings of all time. Apart from drawing a portrait of others, Leonardo had made of his own. The great thing about that is his eyes look very sharp, the presence of mind which overall he looks very old than he ever been in real life. His curled hair was longer than it was seen in actual. Along with that, he also has few other paintings such as Last supper, Head of a woman, Ginevra De Benci.
Monalisa Portrait - (La Gioconda)
PC— Wikimedia Common Available
as Canvas here
Mr Leonardo Da Vinci had a great power of ideas and those were extraordinary, his book, Codex Arundel, and his inventions of more than 700 pages were equal to or not lesser than seven hundred ideas. After scientific studies and investigation, those pages do not look like bound pages of a single book. They are separate pages that are held together and formed Codex Arundel. It is as important as any other literary work. His unrest mind could think of anything that crosses his mind, measuring, calculating, gauging, or sometimes could cross the limit of a supper fiction mind.
Last Supper — pic credit to Wikimedia Common (Available on Canvas here)
Earthshine picture by Leonardo
He studied underwater apparatus, reflecting mirrors and many drawings of a mechanical device. Leonardo Da Vinci was not only perfect in Arts but also tried to jump in the sky, watch the stars, Moon and Sun very closely, and solved an essential reddle of earthshine (NASA Copernicus' sun-centered theory of the solar system wasn't published until 1543, twenty-four years after Leonardo died.)  The Vici Glow. A ghostly image of the full moon that's called earthshine.
In Leonardo's Codex Leicester, circa 1510, there is a page entitled "Of the Moon: No Solid Body is Lighter than Air." He states his belief that the Moon has an atmosphere and oceans. The Moon was a fine reflector of light, Leonardo believed because it was covered with so much water. As for the "ghostly glow," he explained, that was due to sunlight bouncing off Earth's oceans and, in turn, hitting the Moon.
 


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