Advancing was an aspiring writer, however, he is famously known for his practical and impractical inventions, anatomic and non-prolific drawings, and detailed sculptures during the Renaissance era, which make him an influential artist of that time. Advancing was an Italian Renaissance polymath meaning; a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas. Leonardo Advancing made the first real studies of flight in the sass’s. He had over 100 drawings that illustrated his theories on flight. The Ornithology Flying Machine was never actually reared.
It was a design that Leonardo Advancing made to illustrate how man could fly. Some experts feel that the modern day helicopter was inspired by Advancing concept. Leonardo Advancing was much more than an artist. He was an astronomer, sculptor, geologist, mathematician, botanist, animal behaviorism, inventor, engineer, architect and even a musician. Among his works, the Mona Lisa is the most famous and most “parodied portrait”. Another one of his major pieces of art would include The Last Supper, which measures 460 CM by 880 CM and covers an end wall of the dining hall t the monastery of Santa Maria dell Gracie in Milan, Italy.
In 1482, the Duke of Milan commissioned Advancing to build the world’s biggest horse sculpture in honor of his father and to stand guard over the Duke’s castle. Once completed, the horse was to stand 24 feet high. Advancing, a consummate perfectionist, spent a number of years making sketches to get the details Just right. Advancing called this sculpture the Bronze Horse. The Vitamin Man is another one of his drawings also turned into a magnificent Jaw dropping sculpture. This particular piece of art thoroughly monstrance the physical being of the male human body.
The Vitamin Man depicts a male figure in two superimposed positions with his arms and legs apart and simultaneously inscribed in a circle and square. Leonardo Advancing was a very busy man during the Renaissance era. He did numerous activities such as being a botanist, mathematician, and engineer. He’s better known for his practical and impractical inventions, anatomic and non-prolific drawings, and detailed sculptures. Such as the Ornithology, the Mona Lisa, and the Vitamin Man.