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Vitruvian Man is Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous drawing made in It shows the idle human proposition. Also, Vitruvian man wasn't Leonardo's own idea.

The connection between architecture and the body goes back at least as far as Vitruvius. This early Roman scholar and author of the treatise DE ARCHITECTURA, asserted a strong connection between nature and engineering, insisting that architectural proportions should be based on bodily ones. Let's discuss together Anne Anlin Cheng's article "Skin, Tattoos, and Supplication" (on a structure built in homage to Josephine Baker) and explore the connections between bodies and buildings.

This essay tells the story of the performer Josephine Baker and the architect Adolf Loos as a way to track an unexpectedly intimate dialogue between the making .

Da Vinci Anatomy Drawings

I Love DaVinci because of his artistic takes on science. What's not to find fascinating about the human body? Love it! Detailed: Da Vinci's sketches of muscles and skeletons

Leonardo Da Vinci-herz und sein  Blut  schiffe

Leonardo da Vinci Anatomical Study (heart and vessels), , Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Anatomical Study (heart and vessels) by Leonardo da Vinci.


Leonardo Da Vinci Da Vinci defined the “Renaissance Man” with his inventions, art and scientific theories. This self-portrait of the famous artist and inventor was composed in red chalk. Date: Artist: Leonardo da Vinci. And he was vegan.

Nikè van Samothrake. Hellenistic period (323-30 B.C) - Wikipedia

The Winged Victory of Samothrace, a second century BC marble sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike (Victory). Estimated to have been created around 190 BC, the Victory is held to be one of the great.

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Leonardo da Vinci - Vitruvian Man, Proportions of the Human Figure Art Print Poster Sold by Our Campus Market

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Edgar Degas: Blue Dancers, 1893 at Musée d'Orsay Paris. I love Degas paintings of ballet dancers!of my favorite artists of all time