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Leonardo da Vinci: How to See the World Like Nobody Else

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In late 2017, Salvator Mundi, one of Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, sold for $450.3 million.​ For a child born out of wedlock in the 15th century, that's quite an accomplishment. And yet, many would argue that this isn't even close to being his greatest contribution to humanity.​ When the word "Renaissance" is spoken, no one comes to mind faster than da Vinci. Not only was he the embodiment of an artist, but he was also a prolific inventor who contributed to everything from architecture and music to anatomy and geometry.​ If you were to form a surface-level impression of this almost-mythical person, it would be hard to come to any other conclusion than the fact that he was a genius. Plain and simple. And that conclusion would indeed be right. He was a genius unlike anyone we've ever seen. Whether or not that genius was fully born into him at birth, however, is a different story.
In late 2017, Salvator Mundi, one of Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, sold for $450.3 million.​ For a child born out of wedlock in the 15th century, that's quite an accomplishment. And yet, many would argue that this isn't even close to being his greatest contribution to humanity.​ When the word "Renaissance" is spoken, no one comes to mind faster than da Vinci. Not only was he the embodiment of an artist, but he was also a prolific inventor who contributed to everything from architecture and music to anatomy and geometry.​ If you were to form a surface-level impression of this almost-mythical person, it would be hard to come to any other conclusion than the fact that he was a genius. Plain and simple. And that conclusion would indeed be right. He was a genius unlike anyone we've ever seen. Whether or not that genius was fully born into him at birth, however, is a different story.
In late 2017, Salvator Mundi, one of Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, sold for $450.3 million.​ For a child born out of wedlock in the 15th century, that's quite an accomplishment. And yet, many would argue that this isn't even close to being his greatest contribution to humanity.​ When the word "Renaissance" is spoken, no one comes to mind faster than da Vinci. Not only was he the embodiment of an artist, but he was also a prolific inventor who contributed to everything from architecture and music to anatomy and geometry.​ If you were to form a surface-level impression of this almost-mythical person, it would be hard to come to any other conclusion than the fact that he was a genius. Plain and simple. And that conclusion would indeed be right. He was a genius unlike anyone we've ever seen. Whether or not that genius was fully born into him at birth, however, is a different story.
In late 2017, Salvator Mundi, one of Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, sold for $450.3 million.​ For a child born out of wedlock in the 15th century, that's quite an accomplishment. And yet, many would argue that this isn't even close to being his greatest contribution to humanity.​ When the word "Renaissance" is spoken, no one comes to mind faster than da Vinci. Not only was he the embodiment of an artist, but he was also a prolific inventor who contributed to everything from architecture and music to anatomy and geometry.​ If you were to form a surface-level impression of this almost-mythical person, it would be hard to come to any other conclusion than the fact that he was a genius. Plain and simple. And that conclusion would indeed be right. He was a genius unlike anyone we've ever seen. Whether or not that genius was fully born into him at birth, however, is a different story.
In late 2017, Salvator Mundi, one of Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, sold for $450.3 million.​ For a child born out of wedlock in the 15th century, that's quite an accomplishment. And yet, many would argue that this isn't even close to being his greatest contribution to humanity.​ When the word "Renaissance" is spoken, no one comes to mind faster than da Vinci. Not only was he the embodiment of an artist, but he was also a prolific inventor who contributed to everything from architecture and music to anatomy and geometry.​ If you were to form a surface-level impression of this almost-mythical person, it would be hard to come to any other conclusion than the fact that he was a genius. Plain and simple. And that conclusion would indeed be right. He was a genius unlike anyone we've ever seen. Whether or not that genius was fully born into him at birth, however, is a different story.
In late 2017, Salvator Mundi, one of Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, sold for $450.3 million.​ For a child born out of wedlock in the 15th century, that's quite an accomplishment. And yet, many would argue that this isn't even close to being his greatest contribution to humanity.​ When the word "Renaissance" is spoken, no one comes to mind faster than da Vinci. Not only was he the embodiment of an artist, but he was also a prolific inventor who contributed to everything from architecture and music to anatomy and geometry.​ If you were to form a surface-level impression of this almost-mythical person, it would be hard to come to any other conclusion than the fact that he was a genius. Plain and simple. And that conclusion would indeed be right. He was a genius unlike anyone we've ever seen. Whether or not that genius was fully born into him at birth, however, is a different story.
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