Leonardo da Vinci - Reflections on Leonardian aesthetics
Reflections on Leonardian Aesthetics is an essay on the relationship between science and art, between theory and practice, in Leonardo da Vinci's work. Leonardo da Vinci, who thought aesthetically of science and scientifically of aesthetics, has always mixed the different branches of knowledge in his quest for perfection: mathematics, geometry, optics, mechanics, physics...
By questioning everything, he developed a revolutionary way of thinking that freed painting from the servitude of craftsmanship and elevated it to the rank of the liberal arts through science.
In Fine éditions d'art Publishing
- Dimensions :
- 15,1 x 18 x 1,6 cm
- Museum :
- Musée du Louvre
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- Author :
- Yacob, Annie