Part II. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) The Notebooks. Some 5,700 pages still survive. His creative mind and genius never tired, and touched upon anything and everything that attracted his attention: theatrical set design, engineering, hydraulics, weaponry, fortifications, anatomy, botany. His observations as an artist, the ideas that gripped his genius, showed him to be a true man of the Renaissance who held all the world around him in wonder and filled with the desire to learn more.

Page: Drawing of a Woman's Torso Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Place of Creation: Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: sketch and study Technique: ink Material: paper Gallery: Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan, Italy

Ilustrações de mais de 400 anos feitas por Da Vinci

Detail of the cardiovascular system and principal organs of a woman, Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Cynanthropy or Weredogs - a human that transforms into a dog.

Drawing of the comparative anatomy of the legs of a man and a dog Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Completion Date: Place of Creation: Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: sketch and study Technique: ink Material: paper

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Da Vinci | The veins of the pelvic and lumbar region

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Annunciation - Leonardo da Vinci - WikiArt.org

Title: Anatomical Studies Larynx And Leg Painted by: Leonardo Da Vinci

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