In Search Of Leonardo Da Vinci


L'Italo-Amercan celebrates the genius and legacy of the quintessential Renaissance Man.

This article, written by BEN CARSON, appears on L’Italo-Americano.

This month one of Da Vinci’s celebrated works, The Adoration of the Magi is returning to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence after 6 years of restoration. It’s a big event in the art world, precisely because Leonardo was so much more than just an artist

Leonardo has been called a “universal genius” by scholars, the perfect example of Renaissance man. He was a scientist, an inventor, an artist, an architect and an engineer. His prolific output has left us with everything from timeless frescoes like The Last Supper to the first designs for flying machines. To satisfy our curiosity we’re going on a three-stop journey through Italy to find out more about the man behind the myth, and the remarkable legacy he left behind. Read more at L’Italo-Americano…

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