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Miniature projects inspired by Leonardo da Vinci for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas

Leonardo da VInci an Italian genius of his time.

Also see paintings

 

Miniature Doll Leonardo Da Vinci


Links to miniature projects

PRÓXIMAMENTE - BARBIE COLLECTOR I - 193/365
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Atelier for Leonardo - by Moreenimäki

 

Research/ Inspiration

  • Leonardo da Vinci was an Italian artist, one of the great masters of the High Renaissance, who was also celebrated as a painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist.
  • His profound love of knowledge and research was the keynote of both his artistic and scientific endeavors.
  • His innovations in the field of painting influenced the course of Italian art for more than a century after his death, and his scientific studies, particularly in the fields of anatomy, optics, and hydraulics, anticipated many of the developments of modern science.

Tips/Hints

 

Instructions for miniatures

 

Links

 

Videos

 

Miniature printables

 

Wallpapers

 

Other Printies

 

Blogs

 

Groups

 

Supplies for sale

 

Miniatures for sale

 

 

Books

 

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Comments (2)

Uneek Doll Designs said

at 9:59 pm on Apr 24, 2010

Leonardo da Vinci was an Italian artist, one of the great masters of the High Renaissance, who was also celebrated as a painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist. His profound love of knowledge and research was the keynote of both his artistic and scientific endeavors. His innovations in the field of painting influenced the course of Italian art for more than a century after his death, and his scientific studies—particularly in the fields of anatomy, optics, and hydraulics—anticipated many of the developments of modern science.

johanna janhonen said

at 10:10 pm on Apr 24, 2010

thanks :)

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