Fresco - Leonardo da Vinci - Vitruvian Man - Bottega Tifernate
This fresco represents the Leonardo da Vinci's famous annotated drawing, an architectural treatise written by Vitruvius, a Roman architect, around 15 BC. Vitruvius developed a system of remarkable proportions, measurable at the level of the human body, which must be applied to the constructions of builders and architects; Leonardo da Vinci transposed it into a drawing, representing the ideal proportions of the human body.
Fresco is made up only of lime and sand. then, It is reinforced by a special net that allows it to be transported, It contains nor glue or industrial chemical elements.
- Museum :
- Musée du Louvre
- EAN :
- Model dimensions :
- 16 cm x 12 cm
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