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What is Leonardo theme in his art work?
Which painting by Leonardo da Vinci of an unknown woman with a mysterious smile and a misty landscape behind her is one of the best known works of art in the world?
Leonardo's parachute worked just like today's modern parachutes. But Leonardo did not know that the linen cloth he used would spread itself out in the air so he made a pyramid… shaped shell to spread the cloth over. Air would get caught in the pyramid and create drag, tons of it, slowing whoever is attached to it, down.
Humanism, Secularism, Individualism, Classicism, Realism
Yes. The Mona Lisa. Why is she smiling? What's her story? Some people think her mysterious grin meant she was secretly pregnant, but that would be unlikely in conjunction with… another theory: that Mona Lisa is actually a self-portrait of Leonardo! X-rays of the painting and close comparison with drawings of Leonardo suggest that this may actually be true. Answer 2: The above is indeed a good example of a rumor.
Bridget Riley's main theme is Optical Art, also known as Op. Art
In Florence, Rome, Milan and Amboise (France).
Leonardo felt proud of his artwork and felt like since God made him he was important.
First of all his teacher Andrea del Verrocchio. Monks of San DonatoDuke Lodovico of MilanDuke of RomagnaCesare BorgiaFrancois I of France
There are 22 paintings left today. He probably did no more than 30. There is also a very small sculpture of a horse, now in Budapest.
Portraits and religious subjects.
Leonardo Da Vinci worked for the painter Andrea Del Verrocchio. Answer 2: Verrocchio was his teacher. Later Leonardo went to Milan and worked several years for the Duke of …Milan. He worked mainly in Florence, Milan and at the French king's castle Amboise. Among others for the Duke of Milan and in his last years for the King of France.
He worked in the studio of Andrea del Verrocchio for five years, from the age 15 to 20. He then went to a painting guild called 'The guild of St. Luke.' After four years t…here (when he was about 24) he set up his own studio in Florence and worked there.
Like other Italian Renaissance artists, Leonardo represented perspective in a realistic way in his paintings. His representations of the human form show his detailed knowl…edge of anatomy.