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Painter, architect, philosopher, musician, poet, explorer, mathematician, mechanic, geologist, anatomist. Leonardo da Vinci - a Renaissance man. He never obtained a university degree, but despite this, he thoroughly mastered knowledge in many fields, many modern scientists consider him to be an expert. A self-taught person who mastered the art of anatomy. He examined the human body more thoroughly than any other Renaissance scholar. The result of this experiment is a series of eighteen sheets, known as the Anatomical Manuscript A. It contains over 240 extremely transparent drawings with detailed descriptions.
As a great artist, Leonardo had several advantages over modern anatomists. Firstly, as a sculptor, engineer, architect, he had an intuitive understanding of the form of things - when he dissected the body, he could very thoroughly understand how different parts of the body interact with each other and work together. And then, as an extraordinary draftsman, he wrote and drew his discoveries in the drawings so clearly that he conveyed the form and the essence of things in a way that no one had ever been able to do before.
I. Fetus in the Womb
II. The Heart, Bronchi and Bronchial Vessels
III. The Muscles of the Side of the Torso
IV. The Muscles of the Leg
V. The Muscles of Face and Arms
VI. The Skeleton
VII. The Muscles of the Shoulder, Arm and Neck
VIII. The Vertebral Column
IX. The Throat, and the Muscles of the Leg
X. The Major Organ and Vessels
Paper: prepared Arcoprint 85g
Technique: paper sculpture
Process: fully manual
Number of sketches: 10
Dimensions: 29 x 22 cm
Edition: limited, 500 copies
Accessories: supplement / commentary to the work in Polish and English, a wooden cherry box with a presentation frame, each card in a separate jewelry drawer.
ISBN: 978-83-952639-6-5 (I series)