It includes several lost details such as Christ's feet and the salt cellar spilled by Judas.
Carlos Ferro Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci —more commonly Leonardo da Vinci or simply Leonardo, was an anatomist, sculptor, cartographer, painter, botanist, engineer, architect, and mathematician of the Renaissance. He is widely regarded by scholars, engineers, and artists around the world to be one of the greatest minds in history.
Leonardo played an important role in the struggle between the Assassins and Templarswhich raged across his homeland throughout his lifetime, all the while remaining a close friend and ally to the Florentine Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze.
Contents Biography Early life Leonardo was born in out of wedlock in Vinci, a town outside of Florence, Italy, to a Florentine notary named Piero da Vinci, and a local woman named Caterina. He spent most of his early childhood in nearby rural Tuscanyso as to spare his father the embarrassment of a scandal.
However, young Leonardo's innate artistic prowess was obvious to his elders even then, and when he turned fourteen he was returned to Florence, apprenticed to the workshop of renowned painter Andrea del Verrocchio ; while there, he is said to have collaborated with the Verrocchio on his masterpiece, The Baptism of Christ.
Florence At age 20, Leonardo was titled a master by the Guild of Saint Luke and opened his first workshop in Florence, where he continued to collaborate with his old master.
During his time there, he also befriended the Auditore familywho he sold most of his paintings too. The two conversed inside the workshop of the artist, talking about Leonardo's paintings, and what else he could do aside from painting.
Ezio's mother, however, was very confident of Leonardo's future, complimenting him multiple times on his talent and telling him he should have more faith in himself. Again, Ezio commented on Leonardo's seeming incapability, but he soon felt he was wrong about the so-called "fledgling artist" as they arrived at the Palazzo, noting that Leonardo was one to respect.
This encounter sparked the lifelong friendship between the two young men. He was then requested by Ezio to repair the Hidden Blade he had inherited from his father. Leonardo was immediately fascinated by its sophisticated and advanced design, as it, despite its old age, was way ahead of even their time.
It took Leonardo some hours to decode the page, and finish the repairs to the Hidden Blade.
Leonardo claimed that Ezio's ring finger had to be removed, because "the blade is designed to ensure the commitment of whoever wields it. Assuring the other that he was only "having fun," Leonardo explained that the blade had been modified so that the removal of the finger was no longer necessary.
Leonardo quickly told Ezio to stay hidden in his workshop, while he opened the door for the guard, keeping him outside. The guard knew that Leonardo had been in contact with Ezio, and as Leonardo tried to act ignorant of the Assassin, the guard threw him to the ground and started kicking him several times in order to extract Ezio's whereabouts.
Afterward, Ezio brought the body inside the workshop upon Leonardo's request, hiding it among the bodies that were used for the artist's anatomical research.
He deciphered the page, as Ezio practiced several new assassination techniques in Leonardo's yard with straw dummies, which had been set up by one of Leonardo's students, Vincenzo. Shortly after practicing with it, Ezio inquired about Francesco de' Pazziwhich prompted Leonardo to discreetly tell him that he needed to seek out La Volpe.
Leonardo assured Ezio that "the Fox" had eyes everywhere, that he saw everything, though no one ever saw him. After this, Leonardo only met Ezio to periodically decipher new Codex pages.
He was soon cheered up by yet another Codex page, which Ezio had received from Lorenzo de' Medici. Leonardo finished manufacturing the design rather quickly, telling Ezio that if he ran out of poison, he should visit a doctor. This confused Ezio, but Leonardo explained that the same substances that could cure could kill in higher doses.This dissertation presents a novel characterization of new media art, centered on media appropriation: the dialectal insertion of technological knowledge into the art practice.
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-- Leonardo Da Vinci A painter, a sculptor, an architect and an engineer, Leonardo Da Vinci's numerous skills have earned him the title of renaissance master. Da Vinci's fascination with science and his in-depth study of human anatomy aided him in mastering the realist art form.
Leonardo da Vinci was born on 15 April near the Tuscan town of Vinci, the illegitimate son of a local lawyer. He was apprenticed to the sculptor and painter Andrea del Verrocchio in Florence.