Leonardo Da Vinci the Museum THe inspiration is here

Welcome to the website for the Leonardo Da' Vinci Museum! If you like art and/ or science then this museum is for you. We have many pieces of art that were created by Leonardo Da' Vinci as well as scientific sketches. Many artist and scientist have came here like Takashi Murakami and Richard Serra.

Art by Takashi Murakami

Exhibit One:Young Da' Vinci

This exhibit is about Leonardo Da' Vinci as a kid and how his interest in art and science started. He was born April 15, 1452. This included some of his journal sketches, about his family and the struggles he had to overcome. He was bullied and picked on, but used art and science to escape the harsh words and harsh people. Although he never really fit in, he still kept doing what he loves.

This is a sketch of a male body that Leonardo Da' Vinci drew.

Exhibit Two: His Art

This is all of his art and different pieces that are like it. Leonardo Da' Vinci is mostly famous for his art, but has made many contributions to science. His entries in his science journals are still used today. Da' Vinci didn't become famous until years after his death on May 2nd, 1519.

This is the "Mona Lisa"

Exhibit Three: His Science

This exhibit is dedicated to his scientific research, nature drawings and sketches. This will also include things from his time period and the art supplies he would have used.

Leonardo Da' Vinci Museum

Reed, Jennifer. Leonardo Da' Vinci: The Genius of Art and Science. New Jersey: Enslow Publisher, Inc., 2005.

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Created with images by BoogaFrito - "Mona Lisa in the Third Dimension" • bshamblen - "Leonardo da Vinci Exhibit, Science Museum, London, England"

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