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Pupils : 11 form Teacher: Selina R.A January, 2014 Leonardo Da Vinci ( 1452-1519)
Why Leonardo da Vinci is called the greatest gene scientist of all times? Plan I) Introduction a) Who was Leonardo da Vinci? II) The main part: the biography of the greatest scientist. a)When and where was he born? b) Did he get any education? c)What challenges did Leonardo da Vinci face? d)Interesting information about this person III) The conclusion Leonardo da Vinci was a man of many talents
Who was Leonardo da Vinci? The greatest artist Talented inventor Military engineer Top engineer Technical genius The greatest gene scientist of all times
Childhood He was born on the 15 of April in 1452 in Italy. His mother and father were unmarried and that made him illegitimate .He never got a proper education. The only education he ever got was from the local church priests, who taught him how to read and write. Leonardo spent his childhood with his uncle in the fields.
Artist Verrocchio In 1466, Leonardo was sent to Florence to the workshop of the artist Verrocchio, in order to learn the skills of an artist He was also exposed to a very wide range of technical skills such as drafting, set construction, plasterworking, paint chemistry, and metallurgy.
Botany Leonardo dealt with detailed observation of the natural world Leonardo's study of plants, resulted in many beautiful drawings in his notebooks
the Vitruvian Man the Vitruvian Man, is a study of the proportions of the human body, linking art and science
Leonardo studied the topographical anatomy of the human body At the age of 30 he prepared to publish a theoretical work on anatomy and made more than 200 drawings He was interested in the human body . He was able to discover the disease arteriosclerosis by comparing an old man's body to a child's. Leonardo carried out his anatomical research.
Study of the graduations of light and shade on a sphere
A topographical map Study of the Arno Valley Leonardo’s acurate map of Imda
Mathematician and astronomist The rhombicuboctahedron, « The Earth is not in the centre of the Sun’s orbit «Leonardo da Vinci was an alchemist The book «The rhombicuboctahedron», was published in De divina proportion
Maestro Da Vinci Annunciation He became master of his trade At the age of 20 he became a master of his trade and people referred to him as Maestro da Vinci, Annunciation shows his competent understanding of the linear perspective.
A huge plague in Milan He created ways to water the streets and clean them with a system of paddle wheeland locks. For helping with the prevention of the plague, Leonardo was now called top artist and engineer
Engineering and invention s A machine for grinding convex lenses Leonardo da Vinci invented the automated bobbin winder, the rolling mill
Hydraulics Leonardo's study of the motion of water led him to design machinery that utilized its force
War broke out between Naples, Milan and France, Leonardo da Vinci created a movable dyke for the protection of the city against invaders In 1503, he was asked to become a military engineer for the French army Leonardo was at the head of weapons and machinery building
Leonardo’s tank was a model of a modern tank Cannons.
Leonardo da Vinci as a military engineer Model of a tank by Leonardo Model of a flywheel
Leonardo da Vinci is the first painter of France The Lady with an Ermine In France he became the first painter, architect, and engineer of the king. and was greatly appreciated. He could paint in many styles.
Bridges Model after Leonardo's design for the Golden Horn Bridge. In 1502 Leonardo produced a drawing of a single span 240 m (720 ft) bridge as part of a civil engineering project for Ottoman Sultan BeyazidII of Istanbul known as the Golden Horn
Masterpiece Mona Lisa At the age of 55 he painted a picture of a woman mysteriously smiling. He kept working on it for many years and Leonardo called it the "La Gioconda," or the "Mona Lisa." Da Vinci cherished the portrait and kept it close to him for the rest of his life.
Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci - the automobile - swinging bridge. a paddle boat - an experimental musical instrument (the viola organista) was invented by Leonardo da Vinci
Technical genius Leonardo's "Aerial Screw", considered as an early helicopter Model of Leonardo's parachute
Technical genius Design for a flying machine with wings based closely upon the structure of a bat's wings. A parabolic compass
Airplanes Model of a flying machine by Leonardo in Victoria and Albert Museum
Leonardo da Vinci was a man of many talents Leonardo displayed heroism by showing that he could think of the impossible He showed curiosity, leadership, and compassion in every aspect of his life. He was up-to-date on everything. He made so many life-changing inventions that improved the lives of people in his time and ours.
Sources of information: 1) the book « The world of Leonardo da Vinci » 2) https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/ 3) www.leonardodavinchi.ru