ArtHist.Lecture

ArtHist.Lecture - Observation and Invention of the Arts...

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Observation and Invention of the Arts -Leonardo da Vinci born to peasants the illegitimate son of a wealthy man rose through incredibly intelligence friend of the kind of france -Da Vinci commissioned to make a fresco of a similar style to the Sienna town house but in Florence Palazzo Vecchio- utterly amazing room Experimentation- artistic, not just the way they look trying to find new ways of putting paint on a surface mixing wax with paint and plaster- the paint started to deteriorate Leonardo's Painting represented the winning of Florence over Milan Battle of Anghiari 1506 conveys extreme human emotion not laid out in any certain manner extremely different then the Sienna art piece which is a peaceful allegory before 2007 it was though that Leonardo's fresco was behind the walls Leonardos painting's were mostly self-destructive or not finished because of experiments 12 paintings survived, he was a procrastinator, took a long time to finish paintings, 10
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2010 for the course ARTHIS 6C taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '10 term at UCSB.

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