Leonardo Da Vinci - Leonardo's Animals Part 1 of 2

Leonardo da Vinci spent the majority of his childhood near the village of Anchiano was born in the farmhouse of Tuscany, Italy, in 1492. He 10000000000000000 Piero's son and for him was a woman named Catherine. Leonardo was born after his father and mother did not remain together. For more information on Leonardo's own mother recently glowed. 2002 Alessandro Vezzosi, director of Vinci, Italy, Leonardo da Vinci Museum of found substantial evidence that Leonardo's mother rather than a slave girl peasant woman, previously thought said. Has been reported (1) Vezzosi Katerina a Middle Eastern female slave owned by Leonardo's father was a craftsman. And Caterina gave birth to Leonardo few months after their discovery, according to one of her workers in the marriage.

Until he was eight years old Anchiana and Leonardo da Vinci lived in After that he go to Florence with his father. When Leonardo was 14 years old, he was apprenticed under Andrea del Verrocchio's renowned Florentine painter sculptor and Verrocchio in this period, the leading Florentine artists. Leonardo 21, between the time that 23-year-old, when he was a very skilled painter. Verrocchio can be used to help the baptism of an important figure, Christ (Uffizi Gallery Uffizi Gallery, Florence), Leonardo Leonardo painted angel kneeling and background. It Verrocchio, Leonardo can hit better than anyone, including the man himself, when I saw that he had abandoned a good picture. Verrocchio decided he would focus on a piece of

Leonardo da Vinci has a great love for animals, his journal is also explained. He at least the latter part of his life (us), his early life was a strict vegetarian, there is no definitive evidence vegetarian. He he, "there will come a time when they will be displayed on the murder of animals such as reporting on the murder case of a man by the same people and I now." Written "the smallest cat is a masterpiece." Said

In the 1480s, Leonardo painted the king's identity as a woman. Picture of Lady Cecilia Gallerani, Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan's 17-year-old government. She fishermen will be charged for three reasons. First, to Ferdinand I of Naples, the Duke of Milan, was appointed to the Order of the fishermen, the identity of the king's coat of arms of the sentence was a symbol. Second, the identity of the king was regarded as a symbol of virtue and purity. And finally, "the Greek name for the kingship It galee because a play on the name of Cecilia Gallerani.

Leonardo da Vinci's notes, he wrote every day to eat kingship. While the picture is not complete, mostly fishermen, sable and weasel associated with animals in the studio stayed. The Renaissance, the soft hair paint brushes were made of pure white tail tip Joe. Brushes made from squirrel fur, goose or hen feathers were fixed with kingship in the home studio of another reason.

Cat includes many of his sketches in Leonardo da Vinci. For his notes and sketches of animals on a single sheet, the artist more than 20 cats, one depicting He painted along with other cats, cats in different poses alone, cuddled, and will be carried out. His vigor and affection that was on those solemn sketch.

Leonardo held the cat, in the mid to late 1470s, across a series of studies related to the subject of the Madonna and Christ Child. Original picture more than his initial research on the figure does not exist, I think. Savona recently, but in the collection of the Italian industrialist Carlo Noya, cat, and Madonna, No other than Leonardo da Vinci discovered by Figure (2) Figure for the cat born and legends are based. Baby Jesus and at the same moment.

Animal has another sketch for the picture, and it is based on legends and myths of Leda and the Swan. The actual figure does not exist, but there are a lot of pictures. Story of temptation and God Zeus in the form of both Clytemnestra and Helen of Troy led to the creation of the swan Leda was laid eggs, and Pollux and Castor.

Although there are numerous studies and sketches Leonardo made, only 13 or 14 actual paintings exist today. Green St. Ann and St. Mary's from 1508 to 1510, one of the stab. Picture depicted all relate to each other, hard lamb holding baby Jesus is displayed. With sensitivity and detail Da Vinci painted Lamb. The lamb is a symbol of the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ for mankind. Leonardo's animal theme is in reality full of vitality geungeogwa