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Leonardo da Vinci
Selected Works



"The merit of painting lies in the exactness of reproduction. Painting is a science and all sciences are based on mathematics. No human enquiry can be a science unless it pursues its path through mathematical exposition and demonstration"

Selected Works

Drawing of an Assault Chariot with Scythes
Drawing of the Heart and its Blood Vessels, from the Anatomical Notebooks
Drawing of the Torso and the Arms
Equestrian monument
Equestrian Statue
Female head
Five caricature heads
Galloping Rider and other figures
Garment study for a seated figure
Grotesque head
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