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Review: "Leonardo da Vinci" by Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson’s Leonardo da Vinci shows us how infinite curiosity breeds genius.

Leonardo da Vinci – the Renaissance Man of all Renaissance Men, the one your history teachers gushed over for being one of history’s greatest minds – finished less than half of his projects. 1,485 more words


5 Lessons from Leonardo da Vinci to Every Marketing Professional

“Talent hits a target that no one else can hit. Genius hits target no one else can see”

-Arthur Schopenhauer

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Making Eye Contact at the Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney.

“The eye, the window of the soul, is the chief means whereby the understanding can most fully and abundantly appreciate the infinite works of Nature; and the ear is second.” 1,988 more words


Epically Art - Oil Painting

Hello everyone, and welcome to the second edition of Epically Art, an ongoing series devoted to the research, practice, and lasting influence of every different art form imaginable. 1,464 more words


Leonardo Da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci – The Biography
By Walter Isaacson
Simon & Schuster- £30.00

Leonardo’s fantasies pervaded everything he touched: his theatrical productions, plans to divert rivers, designs for ideal cities, schemes for flying machines, and almost every aspect of his art as well as engineering. 885 more words


60. ルネッサンス・マンから学ぶ





  • Be curious, relentlessly curious
  • Seek knowledge for its own sake
  • Retain a childlike sense of wonder
  • Observe
  • Start with details
  • See things unseen…
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