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GREAT MINDS: LEONARDO DA VINCI
Born in 1452, Leonardo da Vinci must surely be regarded as one of the greatest minds ever to have lived. In hindsight, examination of his work shows that in many areas, he was significantly ahead of his time. His desire for knowledge and discovery led him to become a leading thinker in engineering, science, art and music. He is most famous for his works of art which include The Last Supper, The Virgin of the Rocks, Adoration of the Magi and the Mona Lisa. When he died in 1519 he bequeathed four principles for the development of genius which were:
Footnote: see also "Why is the Mona Lisa smiling?"
on the Artwork index page, within the Creativity area of this website.
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