Other than the well-known artists Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titan, Leonardo Da Vinci was probably the most famous and influential Florentine artist of the High Renaissance period. Not only did Leonardo Da Vinci create magnificent paintings and sculptures still celebrated today as astonishing and masterful works of art, but he also produced noteworthy innovations in the fields of architecture, engineering, and science. Several of his paintings and sketches deriving from his scientific studies-particularly in the fields
showed first 75 words of 225 total
showed last 75 words of 225 total
happy childhood. As the sibling of a wealthy family, he benefited from the best educational and artistic institutions in Florence, the intellectual and artistic center of Italy. While enjoying a classical education as a teenager, Leonardo desired to experience and understand more or the world and universe, both artistically and intellectually. He utilized his sensory experiences and desire to truly understand all aspects of the world to begin recording his impressions of life in drawings.