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Unformatted text preview: Leonardo da Vinci, Facial Proportion, and the Self-Portrait First Portion of Presentation Adapted From Presentations Created by Rock Ledge Elementary Fine Art Program, Seymour, WI Original Source: http://www.seymour.k12.wi.us/rle/art/grade_level_units.html What is the title of this painting? • This painting is probably the most famous portrait in the entire world! • It was painted by an artist named Leonardo da Vinci. • Leonardo was a master at making his paintings look like the person he was trying to paint. I hope you guessed… The Mona Lisa Leonardo Da Vinci • Leonardo once wrote, “Know the proportions in human beings and other animals and learn the forms of all things on the earth. The more you know, the better you will paint.” Leo’s Notebook • Leonardo was constantly taking notes about the world around him. He filled many notebooks with sketches of animals, people, and nature. • He took many measurements and was always trying to find a perfect balance so that his art had proportion . Another Drawing from Leo’s Notebook: What is Proportion? • Simply… – Proportion means that you make the parts fit well with each other. • More Specifically… – Proportion in art is the relationship between two or more elements. – When we talk about proportion in art works we are using comparing the size of one object in the artwork to the size of another related object in the artwork. You can also compare: • height, width and depth of the objects • size of one area to the size of another area • amount of space between two or more elements – Proportion is usually not even noticed until something is out of proportion. For example, if a person has a head larger than their entire body, then we would say that they were out of proportion. Good Proportion Out of Proportion Other works with excellent Proportion : The Self-Portrait: • Here’s a drawing Leonardo drew of himself as an old man....
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 311 taught by Professor Sisterholmes during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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