By Barrington Barber
Selected from the mammoth variety of Leonardo s drawings, this booklet offers an inspiring assortment that's testomony to the artist s exact eye and unfailing hand. upon getting studied those pictures, you'll start to comprehend why Leonardo believed the attention used to be the ideal device for soaking up the legislation of nature and that the artist was once the precise software for his or her expression. With chosen drawings via the nice Renaissance grasp, followed by way of insightful textual content from smooth master-teacher, Barrington Barber, this can be the correct ebook for those that are looking to comprehend the genius of Leonardo yet don t have the time to check his prodigious output. contains a biography of the artist.
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