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url 2018-11-22 14:01
Mysticism within Art Leonardo da Vinci as Role Model
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Faces and Enlightenment from Leonardo da Vinci to Contemporary art ProjectsSpiritualityPower of Mindconsciousnessmeditation

 

, Role Models and  

From Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa to Contemporary Art Projects

by Nataša Pantović

Mysticism within Art following role models from Leonardo da Vinci to Contemporary artists da Vinci self portrait

Leonardo da Vinci, the Portrait of a Man in Red Chalk, painted in 1512, when Leonardo da Vinci was 60+ and living in France, in Biblioteca Reale, Turin

 

If you know anything about true  or , you will know that both are synonyms for a life-long research and devotion to beauty. There is no way to make a child or a lay man “mentally” appreciate a perfect glass of wine or a tea spoon of perfect honey that is from the best organic lands, since they yet do not have training and patience necessary to comprehend the complexity behind its making. This is why there is no money in true art. It is our Kings, Governments and Churches that have in the past sponsored true art praying their fame will stay with us for eternity.

Following our drive for goodness and  manifestations, we are 100% sure that if we follow the Role Models our lives will flourish

Source: artof4elements.com/entry/231/mysticism-within-art-leonardo-da-vinci-as-role-model
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url 2018-08-07 12:14
Leonardo's "To-Do" List
Da Vinci's Ghost: Genius, Obsession, and How Leonardo Created the World in His Own Image - Toby Lester

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review 2017-02-01 10:23
Leonardo da Vinci's Remarkable Machines
Leonardo da Vinci's Remarkable Machines - David Hawcock

After finally finding a copy of another Leonardo Da Vinci pop up book and falling in love all over again, I... might have gone on a little pop up shopping spree.  3 of the 4 I bought arrived today and I started with this one.

 

It's beautiful; it's hard to tell from the cover here, but that center image is a piece of paper art, set into a shadow box, so the front cover is about an inch or so thick.  The layout is so very nicely done and the writing was good - I'd even go so far as to say it's more slanted towards an older audience, rather than children.

 

The text focuses on Da Vinci's work outside of the art he's so justifiably famous for.  Each page is devoted to warfare, architecture, flight, machines and robotics.

 

The pop-ups are less elaborate than some, but still gorgeous:

 

 

 

Highly recommended for pop up fans and the art loving inner child.

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review 2017-01-19 05:00
Leonardo Da Vinci: The Artist, Inventor, Scientist in Three Dimensional Movable Pictures
Leonardo da Vinci - Alice Provensen,Martin Provensen

Which is a very fancy way of saying "Pop-up Book".

 

Chalk it up to a pop-up deprived childhood if you'd like but I'm a grown woman who loves pop up books.  I've also had life long fascination with Da Vinci because he was a genius artistically and scientifically, putting him in a class of his own.

 

So, a Da Vinci pop-up book?  Yes, please!  I heard about this one years ago and have been on the lookout for it ever since.  I lucked out and it arrived earlier this week and I can't stop looking at it. 

 

 

I finally actually read all 12 pages today; the writing is skewed towards 10 year olds, if I had to guess, but who cares?  It's beautiful!  It pops up!

 

 

;-)

 

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review 2017-01-08 00:00
Thoughts on Art and Life
Thoughts on Art and Life - Leonardo da Vinci,Maurice Baring It was an interesting experience to have some insight into the mind of Renaissance's greatest polymath.
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