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Running head: LEONARDO da VINCI 1 Leonardo da Vinci James Cox Wilmington University
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LEONARDO da VINCI 3 Abstract This essay will describe how Leonardo da Vinci’s multiple talents had a hand in shaping, enhancing and enriching the thinking of today’s world.
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LEONARDO da VINCI 4 Leonardo da Vinci In Leonardo da Vinci’s time culture was still being made and it was a social standing to be world renowned for your work, whether it is in painting, sculpture, engineering or other talents. To be considered a dominant leader of all of these areas pretty much made you a genius. Leonardo was born on April 15, 1452, and is one of the most well-known artists of the Renaissance era. Leonardo da Vinci is probably best known for his paintings of the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Like most artists his background doesn’t begin with wealth and prominent schools. He was actually born out of wedlock to a respected notary and a peasant woman. He later went to live with his father and benefit from certain apprenticeships, but overall had very little formal education. He didn’t do anything more than some basic reading, writing and math.
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