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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Leonardo: models, limbs and spirit


On the 3rd February I headed off to London for the weekend to visit the National Gallery with (two) tickets for the Leonardo exhibition. This was an amazing experience on the Saturday afternoon. The exhibition was small in terms of room sizes and across two floors, but it was very busy and warm even with timed ticketed entry. The show comprised much more than the main exhibits; the drawings, several inspired works by Leonardo's students and audio commentary adding context. Text descriptions and several quotations also proved informative:


A good painter has two main objects to paint, man and the intention of his soul. The former is easy, the latter hard as he has to represent it by the attitude and movement of the limbs.

Leonardo da Vinci


animation by peter jonesAdditional links:

Nursing: Art and Science ... Fra Angelico to Leonardo

Visualization & Diagrams

Catalogue image source:
http://www.nationalgallery.co.uk/products/leonardo_exhibition/leonardo_da_vinci_exhibition_catalogue/p_leonardoEC

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