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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

08:06 min | 6 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Italian states led by florence florence. One battle and took control of centrally delhi in fifteen hundred. Three florence commissioned leonardo to paint the battle of fall. Its newly rebuilt consul. You'd plus a costly project and leonardo had to complete it in just two years so he started painting the battle of jerry and delayed the mona lisa. Leonardo painted the battle often jerry leonardo's rival at the time. Michelangelo was commissioned for similar painting of another battle on the opposite to all. This is the only time that the tool didn't rivals worked on the same project however neither leonardo not michaelangelo finished his painting in fifteen hundred six. The french governor of milan some under leonardo so here in milan leaving the battle of jerry unfinished took down finished mona lisa with him and continued painting in milan. In fifteen hundred. Twelve a union of vision and spanish forces attacked the milan and the fringe troops so in fifteen and thirteen leonardo left milan and went to city to visit. Giovanni a member of the msci family who had recently become the in fifteen hundred sixteen king francis. I who recaptured the milan. He made a leonardo da vinci to stay with him. So leela to france and stood near the king's residents. The king soon came to like lena due to his intelligence and started spending time with him when he lived in france leonardo created plans for the king to create a settlement surrounding castle. He also made the mechanical land. This automatic mission could walk a few steps on its own and open needs just to display of lilies for the king. At the same time. Lena dolls continued to paint the melissa and add different layers to during his years in france. Leonardo likely suffered a stroke. That left his right and paralyzed is possible that this was the reason why he couldn't finish the mona lisa. He probably kept on improving it and adding more layers to it. He probably suffered a second stroke in fifteen hundred nineteen at the of sixty-seven that killed him. Facts you probably didn't know the morley's is one of the first portrayed to display a person sitting in front often imaginary landscape some historians believe that the molly saas loser in the painting in begets that she was pregnant and the name. Leonardo started painting her. The mona lisa is the most iconic painting in the world but leonardo da vinci never finished it after he's dead. The french king francis the first acquainted after many more years it was moved into the versus palace in france then napoleon bonaparte took it and kept it in his bedroom. Currently this in the lulu museum in paris the monoliths is actually an oil painting on a wooden panel into some seventeen salvator mundi and oil painting of jesus. Leonardo da vinci was sold for four hundred fifty million dollars. That's it became the costliest painting in the world when it came out leonardo devoted most of his time to painting rather than sculpting but he was also a great sculptor he planned meticulously and created reported sketches for a few sculptures however. None of them were ever completed due to several reasons. So not enough. Leonardo davinci sculptures survey today and like other famous artists. Leonardo da vinci did not paint a lot of paintings less than twenty paintings attributed to him however and kept meticulous notes on different subjects on the papacy carried with him after his. These papers were bond into notebooks. The total number of pages in all these books combined is more than seven thousand. Leonardo do ambi express that you are skilled at using bodies hands for writing a women. He was initially offended. We're not. I left votes on a sheet of paper. Starting from left to right in from the oddity written text smears on his hand saw probably to avoid that. Lena wrote backwards from right to left using mirror. The dixie road could only be read by looking at it through a mirror. Leanne hinton that other people to read the text normally this is the reason why he used to mutating for the north cinder through. He probably sketch dude for himself and never meant doubts. Too all to see you. Leonardo's notebooks contain anatomical sketches scientific designs weapon biblical diagrams and shopping lists his most famous scientific disciplines. Where the of several flying missions that looked like a bird with flapping wings and under that look like a helicopter design follow parachute and even a disdainful dan crossbow. Lena bill wasi legitimate so he wasn't able to inherit any office father swell which however he used his father's contact to become a renowned artist. Leonardo da vinci also procrastinator while it made him polymath. You also left. Several officeworks unfinished fully. End leonardo da vinci biography. I would like to call one of his famous quotes. There are three classes of people. Those who see docile see when they are shown. And those who do not see. I don't know about you guys. But i am really amazed at what leonardo had achieved in his lifetime. I mean let's face it. You slay wasn't that easy. Was it for the first few years of his life. He lived with his mother doing dame he met his father only rarely and when he don't five years old his grandfather took him to live in his father's esther so when he was a child he missed his father slow and when he don't five use walk away from his mother hoc rule was it and asked. That wasn't enough. You branded as legitimate child for life. He couldn't be inherited any of his father's will and the worst of all he couldn't even get any proper formal education and when he was in his twenty s he was almost killed for being gay which might or might not have been too and this public image of him being gay who hot him his entire life and despite all these all the hotels all the shortcomings he was born with leonardo toned up to be an exceptionally talented man. And despite him being a procrastinator. We still remember him for his dedication perceived and and his curiosity to learn everything about the world a man likely not go. We never be born getting narrating this biography of leonardo had taught me a lot of things case and they hope it has helped you to regardless of the situation in never give up. Keep praying and make sure to seize an opportunity. We need knocks on your door..

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Listen to the previous episodes. Leonardo da vinci was born in a town called vinci which lays thirty two kilometers west of florence in italy. His father the antonio da vinci was a famous lawyer. Notary in florence. Got into the reason. Research conducted by martin kissel paper lumpy beetle guttered katharina poor girl from a neighboring the ledge. When you're twenty one result. Leonardo da vinci was born on april fifteenth. Fourteen hundred fifty two leonardo's mother and father were not married when he was born. So you also made child leonardo liberty. This mother taught the first few years of his life. Then when he was five years old grandfather took him to live in bureau's estate after third. Leonardo you've dvd's father stepmother's grandfather uncle and blew up along with his half siblings. He an illegitimate child so you to inherit his father's will business that or did not send leonardo to deter to get formal schooling however. He released his son's talent in painting so he got lee not apprenticeship from and we. Are you a famous painter and sculptor in florence. At that time lena doha's just fourteen years old when he began apprenticeship for the first few years in apprenticeship. Leonardo do a studio boy. Doing daily chores lay cleaning later. He would have long to use campus and pigments then studied the painting software q. And other artists finally huge started to paint along with the rookie. All in these paintings. Look you on in the truth. You took an apprenticeship to become a goldsmith. He also learned an accent painting sculpting metalworking. He also encouraged his apprentice. I gathered skills in varied fields that fold during years apprenticeship. Leonardo did not just improve his skills in painting. He also spent his time gathering knowledge in geology. Geography sculpting metalworking woodworking etc. During those days cities had guilt. Aguirre sacasa place where like minded individuals could gather and shattered knowledge. A guilt for artists is a place where office art lovers and plants gathered plus essential for this to get the gills master membership to be able to procure painting projects on swan when you twenty years wall. Leonardo became a master member in the guild of saint luke in florence as a master member. He could get painting projects on his own and did not need to serve as an apprentice anymore yet. Leonardo stayed with. We're looking for another five years and continue to work under him in the first two years after his apprenticeship got to painting commissions in florence. You florence was. Artistically centered in italy milan provider lenadoon opportunity to pursue his interest in engineering while continuing to paint so to lift. What is painting commissions in florence unfinished and moved to milan to work under the duke of milan during this time. Leonardo did not just.

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

12:27 min | 6 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Sculptors art dealers and art. Lovers can hang together but besides being a place for hanging out. Udal says it'll disputes. Between artists as religious conflicts between an artist and his clients moreover an artist needed the gills muster membership to sell paintings his own or accept apprentices. Best gifts control the livelihood of artists. The guild of saint. Luke was a guilt for artists in florence in fourteen hundred seventy two after three years of apprenticeship leonardo qualified for this gills membership as a master artist. You are twenty years old at so now that leela rude paintings on his own. His father set up a workshop for him but even after having his own workshop. Leonardo work with morocco fought under five years of the paintings which were kyun. Leonardo painted together was the baptism of christ historians. Believe that the luck you completed this painting in fourteen hundred seventy dispensing. Leonardo painted an angel. According to giovanni the sixteenth century painter engineer architect and writer who the first burger refuse of leonardo anna thoroughly nissan being does leonardo's into law saul superior to the rest of the painting that vera kiswah member to be again. This however could have been an over exaggerated story. Maybe really thing leonardo's dallin been painting. Verragio decided to let him take off his workshops paintings verrocchio older then focused on sculpting. And carving ut liked unexcelled in more than painting but whatever the maybe it is obvious that the local himself acknowledged leonardo da vinci painting skills as a result when you in his twenties. You're not those famous. Skilled artist started to grow. But at a time. When leonardo us becoming famous and incident happened that will scar him for his empire in fourteen. Hundred seventy six while you're still working at roku studio. Leonardo da vinci and three other young men were arrested. According to the court they were accused of having sex with a well known male prostitute however despite the crime being punishable by acce- law debt. The court dropped the charges due to lack of evidence. Probably because one of the other men belonged to the military family. Nobody don't up to testify against accused thus luckily li was saved in one way. We should all be thankful for being born at a time when governments have become more broadminded. And people are willing to accept you regardless of what your sexual orientation but at the time. Leonardo da vinci couldn't afford such luxury after all. Most of the kings and queens were very religious hence churches control the air people live their lives and churches only uproot sex as away of reproduction. You need to have sex. That was meant for pleasure including water sex analgesics masturbation and homosexuality where all band with the church so you can imagine how being caught for a homosexual act would have affected leonardo da vinci and scarred his public image so after this incident happened the rabble of leonardo went entirely undocumented for the next two years. This incident has led many historians to believe that lena doors homosexual however also leonardo never married or had any children. His homosexuality has not been proven. Even leonardo da vinci was famous artist and his professional. Life has been so documented. You is amazing how we know very little of his private life on the other hand. You could also argue that wants. Private life is owned business and we shouldn't begin to it anywhere coming back to our story two years after the drama surrounding his sexuality. Leonardo da vinci left raucous workshop. First job was to paint. an art. Work became the altar of the chapel in the town hall of florence. Three years later he also got another commission from another church in florence to paint a portrait of virgin mary and chill. Jesus doing this humanities philosophers who valued bravery and heroes. Some mobile religion often gathered that leonardo also visited msci's house along with a friend who has philosopher so he got to know the mid eighties will in fourteen hundred eighty two the military's plan to to send a gift to the duke of milan. You daily as guest of peace. So they commissioned a leonardo to create a piece of art even though dos getting painting projects in florence art blossom. The one thing that interested him by then. He's impressed had expanded to engineering as well. At that time. Milan hilda's sporadic position in south western europe. So it spent a lot of money on enhancing its military hence even lawrence was more artistically centered than milan provided an opportunity for young lian of to post your varied interests so along with a piece of art. He had created for the duke of milan. Leader dot also. Send him a letter in this letter. He explained that he could work. As an artist has a military engineered creating missions to enhance the city's defense and offense after receiving leonardo's letter and the piece of art. The bucs end human offer to work as the goods resident artist. So leaving bought. The painting was commissioned in florence unfinished. Leonardo traveled to milan for the next seventeen years. Leonardo stay in milan during this time. He designed several military missions including away chariot with blades attached to its wheels and a primitive wartime. The duke of million also commission leonardo to paint several paintings. You'd also during this time that leonardo started accepting apprentice assistance to work under him. Leonardo believe that the biggest gift that mankind could ever get. The human is for him accumulating knowledge and collecting facts through observation where of utmost importance. He also believed that to bain the human body perfectly one should understand the human body. I that four in the fourteen hundred. Abc's to improve his paintings. Leonardo started expanding his understanding of anatomy by dissecting animal and human bodies he then drew diagrams and neil aspersions of the different organs and systems in the body by doing so. Leonardo became the first artist to cut. Open a human body and draw what saw inside but leonardo's interest did not stop with human anatomy. He also conducted investigations in botany. Zoology geology physics hydraulics and attics. He didn't get you to observations from his experiments on sheets of paper. Lena don't even get some of these papers been sold his belt so that he could sketch where he wanted to finish the sketch. He arranged into one of the four broad categories painting anatomy architecture and mechanics. Some of these sketches we preserved. Even today help us understand leonardo yearning to know everything. Marcus through various. Polio was a roman architect engineer and daughter polluting the first century bc. Now we know what you may be thinking you may be thinking what what does a man who lived in the first century bc got to leila though who lived in the fifteenth century eighty. Well we will look into the connection shortly to believe that for buildings to be beautiful. They must have perfect proportions and symmetry like those founding nature in those days. People thought that new most perfect creation was the human body. So we're through this argue that a building should have proportion similar to the human body it to be considered beautiful for two years. The temple was the ultimate building since it was a place of worship and was close to god at the time. Youtube is the base of a typical square but the base of the dome on top circle. That's when seen from the sky. The temple would look like a square within a circle. This choir would have the same center last circle. And it's what is that's the circle. So he did. I says that a human body should how proportion similar to a temple and obedience similar concept in the third book of his ten books on architecture through this lists the different portions of the human body like the issue between the height of the head to the height of the human body and then goes on to explain his theory. That is a link to an image in the resources of this podcast. Titled we've proven man. This image will help you. Grass we to assist theory is theory. Let's assume that a man stands with his legs enhance outstretched his hands out. Owed stretched in satory that a single lane can be praised from the fingertips of one hand to another. Then a circle can be drawn touching the feet and the fingertips of both his hands. This circle would have it center at his naval. No you should also be possible to draw a square who swan say that. Just ahead the opposite side that just defeat and the remaining sites. That's the fingertips of each hand. In other words the man's should be equal to the length of his out stretched hands. Doing leonardo stain with review. Says book the earliest saving roman record on architecture. Camel been so sketchy no human body. Satisfying through various criteria became a challenge that attracted artists. Many of them do sketches shuming that the circle and the square had the same center the naval but all this just appeared wrong because i'd sacrifice the human body's proportions or the geometry of the square the circle so that the human body can touch board the square the circle and the what of the scale can touch the circle. This challenge got that engine of leonardo da vinci also but not neither sacrifice the geometry of the sokolova square nowadays the proportions of the human body to achieve that end result riches to draw the human body within a square and a circle in did not does be truly in man is considered a masterpiece. No but how could lino doping the prophet you to man when most of the other artists office find out in the next episode of biography. Podcast did you like this episode or do you have any feedback for us on how we can implement or do you have any questions about leonardo davinci that you would like us to cover in the following episodes. 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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Bureau got an apprenticeship for or from andrea delve iraq- a famous painter and sculptor in florence. At the time. Leonardo was just fourteen years old when he began the apprenticeship. Hold it people. From incident in beckenham in unimaginable amount of knowledge will power and fame and gender coffees. to grab. don't start ordered. They will welcome the hatchet stiffest. What can we learn from the life stories. Get to all these.

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Week's episode of this loose biography podcast. This is mandy the host of the show. This week is the third part of the biography of leonardo da vinci before we dive into this week's episode. Let's look at a shot. Somebody of the last two episodes leonardo vinci lived in town. Call vinci started. You missed florence. Most people in vinci in the fifteenth century where either farmers or agricultural labourers the only possessions the head where small pieces of land which they inherited from their fathers unlike other people in she at that time beatles studied and became a lawyer many people can put him solve land. Disputes many religious institutions have him asked mortaring full. He was successful and became extremely rich. According to martin disappear. Be when peter was twenty five years old. He met and quartered a fifteen year. Old girl called katharina demille ep from neighboring da vinci was born on fifteen fourteen hundred fifty two. When lena northbound catarino had not married so leela do us. An illegitimate child never married katharina. Instead he gave of money you used as doley find another suitor and get married leila does spend the first few years of his life at his mother's then when he was five years old his grandfather brought him to his father's estate. You leonardo stay in the same home as his father step models uncle and grandparents and grew up along with his half siblings. He was an illegitimate so he was not permitted to inherit his father's off business. Moreover details at the time did not children. So you're not getting any formal schooling. He only learned to read and write and obtain some basic mathematical knowledge. At home growing up. You might not have been due to the lack of schooling. His passion for painting showed up at a very early age once aboard percent. Leonardo's form wanted to have she so he made a shield victory and gave it to boost father to get it painted for him. Leila's father gave the shield to leonardo leonardo who like greek mythology painted askari and lively picture of off on the shield indeed. The painting was so scary and life lake. That bureau sold shield to some merchants in florence instead of giving it to the present. He didn't bought a new shield and had someone else pay. Donald the painting for the you did not you those painting to the present. He released his sons painting skills. Saw.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

08:23 min | 6 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Points up and so i it. Turn your denying other people for sure you link in came to be that the worst shot in basketball as a contested to fifteen to eighteen nineteen twenty feet away from the cottages statistically when they look at like the sickly terrible and so people took that information and said okay. We need to play faster. We need more points big fella. You need the dribble so now. It's you want everybody interests all of a sudden not supposed to do is everybody's to you know and it's like wow you play the game. Everybody should be able to do the basic fundamentals. But now it's opened up to where now you have guys like Nikola yokich probably never heard of him. He's a big man that plays in denver one of the best players in the league. He's a five man but he handles the ball a five-man again the center. Okay thank you so to confuse you more now. You have a thing called the point center. Okay works best. If you're big fella can bring it down but the evolution of the game you. You've had guys like magic johnson. Then lebron james comes in. He's very tall but he can handle the ball. And you have been simmons jaanus antetokounmpo. These guys who are very tall. Seventy six eight two seven feet. Who back in the day. You could say okay. Hey you're four or center or something else. They've totally transformed the game. Because they're the guys bringing it up the floor and they're getting the team into offense so they're doing the job of the point guard so now is more of a the term position lists when we were playing when i was planned crazy to say the last decade early in the twenty towns that became kind of one of our words to say position lewis this eruption best the word. I'm looking for So you know basketball has been disrupted. What we thought was the game has been cracked open and now is just become not just is become a faster pace longer shots more athleticism athleticism and Not so much the cookie cutter approach to where someone should be on the court because of their size or lack of size you know it makes me wonder about adaptability and the depth ability of not just some players and i'm sure there's also just a selection that changes with respect to fu who is drafted. And how and just the the entire feeder system into the nba but also coaches even more so coaches like. If if their entire careers been predicated on a system of a certain type. I mean i'm not asking you to name names but have you seen certain coaches who've been really able to adapt to this new style of play and others were like i don't know i don't get it. Well the ones who say. I don't get it. They don't have jobs quickly one of those guys. Of course you know. My ex coach erik spoelstra. He i remember him he. He was having a vision of having that position. Louis type of basketball and that faster pace which. I didn't like at the time because that would mean you would have to play the center as opposed to the power forward and i didn't want to do that but just taking advantage of the speed. Why didn't you want to do that. 'cause i was banging up against guys a bigger than me so usually in the nba. My plan way was about two thirty five to forty. If i'm playing the five. I'm banging guys. That are two eighty to seventy on a weekly nor nightly instances man against brutal. But you know it did work as far as you know using the speed to get around the bigger defenders so essentially playing. I guess if you're a fighter going to class up in weight because you're quicker you can hit them more pretty much. The philosophy one of the other guys who've done a done a great job as a gregg popovich He's in san antonio. He's done a wonderful job because they run the same place. Yeah they just extend him. Oh interesting could you. Could you expand on that. Because i remember watching the last dance And watching this segment on the the spurs and through their say playbook sort of systematic approach and some of the debate around that right. Because there are other players are like. That's not fun to watch this. Abc instead because it beats you. Watch your team expand on what you mean by that. They had the same fundamental system but they expanded it So it's kind of the best analogy. I could put to it as you know. I don't want expose their system but everybody knows. Her system is predicated. And i might. I might be saying this wrong but then but it's two two plays that are the base in their system weak and strong I can't remember which side of the court if you're on. This side of the court is weak on another side of cordage strong. But that's their base of the offense. Like i was saying earlier. The game a few years ago was being played closer to the rim. There was nowhere to go. There's no space even if you want to get your best player attacking into the paint. If there's eight other people in there. It makes it more difficult for jen traffic jam. So you can take those same plays in basketball in. Just tell your players. Hey all these things from the heat days are gonna come into my head with pace and space. I can't believe i'm saying it but that's what you know. The space was very particular. Because you want to be able to see what's going on and to attack the rim. Get closer to the rim for easy buckets. Why you have to do is. Hey if you're in the paint. I want you to get out there. We're going to run the same place. But as opposed to being six feet away from the basket get sixteen. I need you this twelve to sixteen area feet right here because usually bigs. They wanted to keep them. We call them. Biggs the fours and the fives bigs want to keep you as close to the basket as possible that was clogging it up for the smaller guys to be able to attack so you would tell to to be able to when they're bigs close to the basket not state the obvious but so that you can receive a pass jump up. Don vito rebound right. Do do all the things. That's all people do the court that makes it a little tougher to guard. It takes bodies away from the painted area. You know that area where the pain. Yes what we call the pardon. Pardon of pain wondered what that term. That's my girlfriend. Told me. I was like what i never knew that going. Hard in the paint. Yeah you can have the same type of offense which nobody's is reinventing the wheel here but what's happened is the the game has become faster and more spread so that you know more offensive opportunities can happen to you. Have preemptively develop ball handling skills. Which lo and behold now our this huge asset. Yeah as the game evolves. But you get put into center where you're basically running into freight trains It was a part of my whole career. Unless saying a bad thing but let initially. You're what to do now again. Based on just the the homework that i've done. I mean you you seem to be also very very well known as a rebounder and one of the questions that comes to mind for me is if suddenly the bigs so the term are expanded out further away from the basket. Does that not make it harder for you to utilize one of your superpowers with in a ways. There there are certain things that do get taken away in our case it was a little easier to make that sacrifice because we had dewayne and wait in the bron- so if it's saying hey chris we need you to get out the paint and spread the floor. Yeah you're offensive rebounding.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

06:45 min | 7 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"He's second we've also bearing in children maddy twice both is foot plenty of children in total had children including lean of lena. Lou his illegitimate son so he couldn't be nannied any of beatles. Leonardo had no formal schooling system was born legitimate. His father did not expect him to take a northern business. Moreover exploited just would not accept him as stolen so you only learn to read them right and then some basic mathematical knowledge at home but the intially. This became an advantage for lou in the long run after all unrestricted by the dogmatic authority of the teachers. Leonardo da vinci developed the ability to think creatively. Going up leela dough might not have been quite knowledgeable due to the lack of formal schooling skillet. Artistry was evident even some his when leila was accused that also present was good fishing and catching birds. Once this person who wanted to have a shield mid one from the then you give it to bill and requested him to get it painted falling. His skills often came in handy for bureau. Alert decided to help the person so give the shield to his son. Leonardo leonardo who saw the shield was very uneven. Badly made i straighten it by heating and then gave it to a little calm. Who make it smooth. Then you decided to paint something scary. Only so inspired by the greek mythology. He painted a picture of me. Do so with smoke coming over nostrils fire coming off the ice and venom coming out of a open. Then he killed the shielding place where there was enough suddenly and called his father bureau to look at the picture or so realistic. That upon is i was starting then took back and only after instant. Did you realize that it was just a painting looking at bureau's reaction him. This works the info-rich it was made their kid and carry it. Seems is the effect that it was meant to produce beautiful immediately release that his sons painting was a miracle. But you did not want to give the painting the because it was carry so he sold the painting to some merchants in florence after that he bought another sheen then he had someone else. Paint a painting of a hobby. Denardo droid and gave it to. The person leila does painting of the medusa bureau some innate talent in painting so the got leonardo apprenticeship from and we are the roku a famous painter and sculptor in florence. But before we look at what leonov no long viewing this internship. Let's find out what is android. Lock your was. That are several powerful families in florence during the renaissance one. These families was the military family in thirteen hundred. Ninety seven giovanni debut cheetah medici more lawton's and established cheap. You didn't spend just a few kids. The military bank became the loudest and most respected banking soon. The bank began the most trusted. Bank of the moreover. After the success in banking the medici family also entered are those businesses and dominated them so the military family became the most old family in florence. And skinny. guess you all wondering what spinneys that's gonna ease region. Daily florence is. The capital of the military. Family held the position of the most ball whose family for the next three centuries. The mid eighties were great patrons of art and humanities. The concert that on us human choose courage beauty so depleted music role in the renaissance. Look what begins more manipulative than than than loss it specialists who specialise in just one scene so someone with a post graduate doctorate lancelot listening. In the renaissance era men meter to how many stallions on peepers this is. Why oppose a moose. Killed in. multiple fields is called the nissan's man even so most of the renaissance are knowledgeable in various fields. Look you'll was not an exception to this custom built. Look under training. You become a goals. But he was also the painting. Sculpting discerning monuments missionary and creating deirdre costumes so he called the interest of the mid eighties and soon became that most western artist and as more stress than artist. Look you'll got lots of painting and sculpting objects so you almost always busy. Himself focused primarily leon stopping when do painting. He often painted only a part of the painting. Then you'd elected he's apprentices on how to restore so someone who wanted to become his days after all they could launch dude of the arctic knicks attracting attention generous entrance. Some of the lucas disease later became famous. Artists of the renaissance era. Da vinci was just fourteen years old when he became an upper to lock local for the next ten years. Leonardo learned from medical issue. But what did you learn. Audited changes life. Find out in the next episode of missiles biography focused. Do you like this week's episode. All have any feedback for us on how we can improve or. Do you have any questions about leonardo da vinci that you would like us to couple in the following episodes. You saw just send us a tweet. You will find out to handle in the episode description..

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

07:34 min | 7 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Louis welcome to the podcast. This week is the second part of the biography of leonardo da vinci. Maddie the host of this show. Thirty two kilometers west of lauren's nice. A hill called montalban on on the slope of this hill down call vinci leonardo's grandfather antonio da vinci. You don a modest income in this town. Forty percent of the people of florence had less income than him. Thus you are by no means rich and your son beautiful antonio da vinci what does lawyer and an orderly in vinci as a lawyer. He was highly successful so many people came to him to solve land disputes. He was also the northern reform many religious institutions and legal advisory for many realty families in vinci and florence. In contrast to his father who had only modest income bureau ended up becoming extremely rich he also continually improved his does by purchasing new assets in vinci. There is no doubt that dispute antonio da vinci leonardo da vinci father. Whoever the identity of leeann does mother has been a mystery throughout history. In this episode we will find out who'll in our does mother was there. Look at his childhood and find out how he became an apprentice to andrea del. Look how did people some insignificant beckham's eight unimaginable amount of knowledge will power and fame and gender cough. History grabbed be starting ordered their overcome the hutch cliff. What can we learn from the stories get answers to all these incursions by listening to podcast. Subscribe now to get access to future episodes. When leonardo da vinci was born his grandfather recorded his in this article. You mentioned leonardo's mother's name simply as scattered. He doesn't mention a full limb or where she came from. So there are many as to who leonardo's model was cutting one of these theories catalino us either us live from the middle east or even from china got into another theory. Chew also kids. He's been arguing among themselves as to which of these theories is cut over research done by. Martin cam and gazette berlanti ships. More late on. Julia model was now published their findings in the book. Monalisa the people and the painting in two thousand seventeen according to them this all lipponen e and you starting any mahtani not from vinci for his marriage as testimony during that time to kadoorie from his wife's family wherever you portrayed early leaving his wife and son became so after death. His wife demanded that the dory she painted husband returned to her. I know what you might be thinking might thinking whoa really take money. Girl's family solace marriage. Isn't that illegal and if that's not enough the demands doty back once a days. What is the use of getting married like this is there. Any lorena managed that on dory. I know it might be crazy. Diamond indian and. Let me tell you that. The system of arranged marriages and dhoti is still active in many safia. An inch marriage is a system balanced fame. Disposals that children. You and i had an arranged marriage. But i did not nearly so in your wondering yacht. The system of dodi and malicious is still active in several parts of the world and in many cases. You thought it might come off short. The wife demands doty back after that after the on family has lost a son father using too insensitive. The husbands the timeline of gouda vinci normal for the wife to demand only husband died so you post demand had already back after post wherever this little disputes between her and her son eventually the got gave most of lucas proper whose wife some life and leaving a fifteen year old daughter and a two year old son behind martin kemp and disappear that this fifteen year old girl catalina related becomes leonardo smarter after that loop off wave took in her grandchildren looney them or wherever she also dade sooner leaving the children alone and uncovered for but the children at least had a host to leave. And you just during this time that don't if you're rich and spoiled bureau. The antonio da vinci meant fifteen year old and lonely catalina demille as one could imagine. It might not have been difficult to do the lonely. Based on the research martin conclude the bureau caught catalina to sort of vinci a year later on april fifteen a beetle after these movements in his father mother were not married at the time off his book indeed. His father never married these mother probably because he was rich and poor in stood. You just give money. He could use it as dorje. Find another suitor in. This was not uncommon for wealthy men who have children with their sevens on other poor women in the village. These children would then blow up in the father's holes or longer than half siblings who led the rightful as so you don't go. Leonardo legitimate chain. His paternal grandfather the five year old. Leonardo to his father is the after good leela newly father stepmother and and grandparents. His uncle fancisco a natural lover had a profound impact on municipal during his early years. Leila book and believe these father had married a sixteen year old girl. This girl load the little like her own son wherever she few years later. We don't bury any children. Bureau married once again. And.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Up as an eccentric person even truly became parliament whose interest spread over very feels of discipline like science sculpting architecture and engineering his four eight and in all these fields amiss historians even today so he was a great thinker who was head of steiner's. Listen to this biography of leonardo da vinci and find out how he became a legendary painter. Sculptor and architect.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Hello listeners to this week's episode of missiles biography podcast. I'm manny the host of this show. First of all we would like to apologize for the delay in releasing episodes. We couldn't use any piece of the last three weeks because we are in the process of restructuring. Our podcast but we are back on track once again this week. We will look at leonardo da vinci. I hope you could find that. This week's episode will be about leonardo da vinci based on the close. I gave you in the last episode. Leonardo da vinci was an italian renaissance painter. The molitor and the last supper which leonardo da vinci painted or two of the most reproduced an influential paintings of all time but wasn't born with a silver spoon in small. The famous set of the diversity. Walter isaacson portrays leonardo s. You legitimate gay vegetarian lift. You said it'd be started and at times headed ical. Today you may tax people with these characteristics as people but at the time. Leonardo da vinci lead these characteristics were very eccentric to the normal lifestyle. Indeed people who are gay and those who went against religious beliefs were punished or even born alive and yet leonardo da vinci was born a disadvantage.

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Make Your Food A Masterpiece Inspired by DaVinci

The Maria Liberati Show

02:11 min | 7 months ago

Make Your Food A Masterpiece Inspired by DaVinci

"Wanted to share some tips on making your food masterpiece food presentation tips that were inspired by da vinci. Leonardo da vinci is well known for using a scientific i to develop his artistic style. He observed that objects three dimensional and used his observations of late and dr to paint vivid and realistic. Portrait's and landscapes is a concept called kado scored. Oh it seems obvious to us now. But it was revolutionary in leonardo's time he also observed how objects details and colors change when they fade away into the distance education ni called sfuzzi motto and use this tool to his advantage to create a sense of great death. Sue motto is also known as leonardo smoke for how he made mountains and other distant landscape features blue and smokey while this is not as conclusive or rather to the culinary arts as other aspects of his style. It's still worth noting. Other notable features of his art are the cross hatching that slants to the left caused by his left handedness. This is also the reason that he wrote backwards to reduce smudging. He used many left handed and tools and adapted tools in his work. So presentation is a huge part of what makes food so delicious by using leonardo davinci's art style. You can make unique and pleasing arrangements of food that our instagram worthy. Pay attention to the way late will change the way your food looks. For example. pancakes look great. When eaten by a window rather than beneath an overhead light the angle of the light makes the sarah shine and brings out the texture of the pancakes in fact using natural light whenever possible. Make meals more enjoyable pay attention. Also to hand dominance there are subtle differences between how right handed and left handed. People eat arranging the plate. Accordingly can make meals more enjoyable for

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Italian police find stolen copy of Leonardo 'Salvator Mundi'

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Italian police find stolen copy of Leonardo 'Salvator Mundi'

"Italian police say they recovered a painting believed to be a copy of Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator mundi police say the keeper of the painting a priest at the church in Naples was not the way it should be taken away all stolen they found the missing picture in an apartment and the owner who was arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen goods told the police he bolted at the flea market Leonardo's original Salvator mundi was sold for more than four hundred fifty million dollars at a Christie's auction in twenty seventeen the company is believed to be from the early sixteenth century I made by Leonardo's peoples according to a note to the back of the painting I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Tha it's a never-ending curiosity think in an open-minded play took away. Let go of preconceptions. And and I agree curiosity will open so many unexpected doors and then you go down a hallway Nago my gosh. They're twenty doors on this hallway that I can also open which is makes a lot of fun, you know, something something from your courses strategy that will help entrepreneurs actually increase profits. I'll give it a technique a tool because it's from the course. It's one of things we teach people and it's a substitute of tool for really thinking like Leonardo. It's called mind-mapping. It's a way of generating and organizing your ideas so that you can be a better strategic thinker because you're better able to literally see the whole picture and the details and look at how one thing connects to another so I'm absolutely curious about your answer to this because being a conscious millionaire is life hard all about contribution what it is a way that you contribute that allows you to make a bigger difference a greater contribution to the world. Well to me, that's everything I do if it isn't about making a difference. I don't do it. I never have I figured that out but I think that's an important thing that you're saying because a mentor who's I've been working with said the same thing to me essentially. He said, okay, you've got all these goals that are traditional goals how much money you want to make all this he says, but stay first true to your spiritual path. And the right answers will come to you and I think that in part is what you're saying. You know, I once again how to think like Leonardo da Vinci. Yes. That is the theme of the show folks Incredible Book by Michael Gelb. What's a book that you'd like to recommend? There are so many but I'd like to recommend firms of endearment by my friend Professor Raj sisodia and his colleagues because firms of endearment was one of the first business school case study type books showing that companies that actually care for all of their stakeholders will make more money particularly and Russia sodium by the way has been on the show a couple of times. He's an incredible guy. I've had the opportunity to meet him multiple times. I'm curious if someone wants to just reach out to connect with you. What's the best way to do that Michael Michael Gelb, love to hear from people come to Michael Gill, sign up for our free newsletter and stay in touch. And you know, this is the question folks you might think. Well, maybe I talked to guess about it. I actually have no idea what anybody else. The answer so it's a mystery for me too, but it's my curiosity, you know here you are creating so much difference in the world and doing so many fun things and obviously drinking a lot of great wine. What's the next Summit? You want to climb a what might be a challenge or obstacle you're going to have to overcome to get get another mountain top. Well on a business level I'm super excited about taking my DaVinci project. The books sold 700000 copies so far. That sounds pretty good. But I'm I'm looking at 5 million. Hahaha. I Want A Million by the end of this year. So I'm really focused in terms of like business goals. I'm super focused on just getting that number to be made real. So that's a very practical measurable goal. I have gone right at the moment. Yeah, and I want to give you that link again. If you want to go find out about this entire training on Leonardo da Vinci go to conscious millionaire.com forward slash think like Leonardo that's conscious millionaire. I think like Leonardo and our final and parting question, which is kind of our trademark question dead. What's the Legacy you want to leave Michael? the Legacy is a kids will grow up. And the seven principles of History's Greatest genius will just be part of their school curriculum. So that every child were every child is born with this potential for genius. We all have a half billion brain cells, but they didn't come with a manual. My legacy is to leave the manual to develop that genius that every child comes into the world with And folks I want you to know how excited I am that you join us for this conversation. I believe there are no accidents that this is exactly the information material that you need money as a catalyst to take your next step. So you can make a bigger difference with your life. You can build a high-profit business that's making a positive impact. I'd love to hear from you. Tell me what was something you got from the show. What does something you want to apply? Here's my cell phone. Send me a text. It's at 303-641-0401. I'm going to give you that sell. Again. It's 303-641-0401. I want to thank you for all that you're doing in the world and I so much look forward to connecting with you on the next conscious. Millionaire Michael. Thank you so much for being our featured guest today off..

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"You know, I have a real treat have an incredible guests for you. Help me welcome hate is the author of 70 books including the international bestseller wage. I think like Leonardo da Vinci his books have sold more than 1 million copies and he's a senior fellow at the center of humanistic management the cobelli School of Business Office. He serves as an executive leadership coach and consultant for high performers. Yes. My guest today is Michael Jack Michael. Welcome to the show. Great to be with you. Thanks. How bout you know, I want to remember, it's Leonardo da Vinci. We're going to be talking about Leonardo da Vinci and you and I were discussing right before we went to a recording that I was in Berlin and I saw an exhibition of his drawing the new one up me twenty Times by saying all the exhibitions that you had been and including at the uffizi gallery, which I've been to in Florence. I happen to Love Florence pinche. I didn't bring that up cuz did you go to the restaurant piccioni? Yes, I did and folks there is another pensioni in case you're in Tokyo. They have one as well. But here's what's most important job. It is the number one restaurant and has the largest Wine Cellar of any restaurant in Italy and I held the distinction because I went there and as you know, I was looking at the menu and I was very happy. I'd had a couple of glasses of wine before I got there because I started translating translating it realized there wasn't an appetizer for under $100 and write down the waiter went by and I said to myself young man. You're going to be spending some money tonight, you might as well enjoy it and enjoy it I did cuz I stayed for 4 hours cuz I believe in long dining experiences and I was the last Patron in the restaurant so they invited me to a wine cellar tour cuz they were all because after everybody left and you know how stayed it's almost like a French restaurant. Then I would not real conversations with all the waiters and nobody else even acknowledge. They were they were standing there. So they invited me to The Wine Cellar then they took me to their private gapo, you know, drop a room and then this I walk There was a camera to film it all everybody who worked in the restaurant all the waiters. Everybody lined up and shook my hand as I left the restaurant. It's a magical moment. I'll always remember cuz what's the likelihood that's going to happen again, right? That's a magical place. Yes. And actually I actually went there for the first time in Nineteen Ninety Four. I gave the very first Public Presentation about how to think like Leonardo DaVinci at a Waipio University in Florence wage. And the great thing about these Waipio universities is it have all these resources and they take you around to all of the greatest art Treasures with the professor who wrote the song about whatever it is you're seeing and there's something that happens in Florence. They call it the stendhal effect where you reach a certain point where you just can't take any more Exquisite art or off. Architecture and there was a certain point we're getting ready to go on this bus to take us to get another Museum and I just thought let's go to a different kind of art gallery. Let's go to the inoteca, right and and I did a thing that I've learned to do as an improviser. I walked to the nearest five star hotel. I went up to the concierge invested to make me a reservation even though it wasn't staying there. He called up he got us in we showed up and remembered the thing. I remember the most is reading the message you and they had these you could order the wine separately and that would be wildly expensive but then they had deals where you could choose from these young French Asha Breeze for example, and then you could choose from this group of barolos and you could choose from this group of brunellos, right? And I thought these are fabulous wines and the overall project. Four person was not as outrageous as the individual bottle. So I said great I'll have this this and this and I thought you get a glass of each for that price. Well, no, they give you the whole panel as much as you can drink. So my guests and I drank the better part of four bottles of Exquisite wine over the course of those four hours off and my most vivid memory the pink tablecloths the very formal group of people there who look like counts and countesses and so on and so forth, right and they're just like key moments. I remember saying to the person I was with Do you think we can get up and walk out without falling? I remember that because as I followed that up by learning while I was in the process of learning wine and collected 1100 very carefully curated bottles of wine, and and I remember distinctively because I'd never spent that much one of my glasses wine was $100. Right and I'm like going what makes it worth $100 now since then, I've got a lot of money on the line, but I also had my first as long we were talking about wines. My phone number Super Tuscan Tignanello, which is a fabulous wine really incredible wine, and I love my brunellas and Source folks will get through with wines and just a moment, but I used to have cases of found a cob and I described now the, if you've had valdicava, I described it as drinking from God's veins. Because this is heaven on Earth. Well, it's so great that you we share this passion because wine and genius go together wine was the beverage of the Greek Symposium that inspired the birth of Western philosophy the Quest for truth beauty and goodness..

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Leonardo!

The Past and the Curious

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Leonardo!

"To. The Renaissance, Oh Italy, how you have suffered through the darkness of the Middle Ages, and now here we are standing on the cusp of a new era where we will turn our minds to nature. Humans, and the world striving to understand how it all works, congratulations to us all. We've made it. This speech is not even remotely real though it was very well delivered. Thank you very much money, but it is easy to mistake this sentiment as something that people at the time might have actually felt. Most likely no one at the time realized that a new era, the renaissance had begun in the year fourteen hundred it's not like a giant switch flipped flooding the so called dark, ages with the bright light of the renaissance like US folks were just living their lives day to day. Most people will probably never even realized that the world was changing in such tremendous ways. It took historians to do that our story centers around Italy which in the early eighteen hundreds became the center of the renaissant. which radiated to the world the term renaissance refers to a time period that brought a new focus on philosophy and the arts sciences, understanding of the world and the mathematics behind it, and also a humans place in it. All like all other times it was also a period filled with wars and conflict because you know people right but it was a period of great advancement and achievement. Some of the greatest the world has ever known. The most famous and probably most important figure from this time and place was a left handed polymath who is unmarried and socially mismatched parents didn't even pay for him to be educated. Luckily for him and for the rest of us, he was really smart and he worked hard to keep getting smarter. No one could argue about his genius, His name was Leonardo Da Vinci. As. A young boy without the means for an Education Leonardo took advantage of the apprentice system in Italy, his natural ability with art and strong grasp of geometry and math, which she somehow learned without ever actually going to school earned him a spot as an apprentice to an artist in Florence named Ferruccio. Broke Yo is a leading painter and sculptor an his workshop near the Arno River Leonardo rose from sweeping the floors and mixing paints to working side by side with his master. It was not uncommon for an apprentice to handle much of the actual painting in a workshop and Leonardo was no different much of the painted onto canvases signed by Rubio was actually put there by Leonardo in fourteen seventy two at only twenty years of age Davinci officially became a master himself. This meant he could accept commissions for his own work which he did this how you made money. But he also found patronage or support from powerful political leaders. He moved to Milan to work under the Duke of Milan a man named sports. He originally got sports as attention by making him a lute from a horse go and silver. Which is pretty Nedal for being honest. This horse had instrument must have worked because sports decided to pay him a bunch of money. For Seventeen years in Milan, he made statues designed architectural features, created models and drawings. The even painted the masterpiece the last supper on the wall of the Monastery of Santa Maria. Della GRADS E. In addition to all of this, he was learning about the anatomy of living creatures, including people. Of course, do this he had to dissect cadavers or dead bodies? And to get these, he had to dig them up when no one was looking. Just pretty gross, but people learned a lot from his willingness to get his hands dirty. Honestly he was kind of a Rockstar people wanted to hire him for everything and he honestly left a lot of jobs unfinished because more. We're always coming his way. But when he did finish something, people would rush to see it and flocks like we might do for a concert or a Broadway show today. As. If this wasn't enough he was also designing some of the most incredible technology. The world has ever seen. Remember he was a polymath an expert at many thanks. Most of his designs were never actually built like a helicopter and a tank, a diving suit and a super mega gigantic crossbow. These just existed as detailed drawings in his many notebooks filled with a never ending flow of ideas.

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The Latest: Vacationers arriving in Rome get virus tests

Leo Laporte

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Vacationers arriving in Rome get virus tests

"Vacationers arriving in Rome from four Mediterranean countries have lined up with their suitcases at the Leonardo date of Leonardo da Vinci Airport. Excuse me to be immediately tested for covert 19 Last week, Italy's help minister issued an ordinance requiring those tests for all travelers. Arriving in the country from Croatia, Greece, Malta or

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A Tuscan Staycation - burst 03

The Maria Liberati Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

A Tuscan Staycation - burst 03

"Even if I am not always their body, it is the place that seems to have invented the very idea of the casual but elegant simple, but sophisticated picnic grilling is part of the summer fair and Tuscany, but where else could day old bread be Sushi? US IN PANS Annella Salad? It is so uber tasty with a dash of Tuscan, olive oil, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, and paired with a glass of Chianti were Brunello, but you don't have to venture to Tuscany, too. Tuscan try at Tuscany. homestake Haitian in create the same relaxed feeling. Try rustic phase with a few sunflowers, rightly colored plates, no tablecloth to simplify this setting and hope for beautifully sunny. Day make this a summer picnic style to quote the man who practically invented the Tuscan Lifestyle Leonardo Da Vinci simplicity is an art sharing with you to my favorite recipes for a summer station to Tuscany. They're both. Both from my Gorman World Award winning book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking, holidays and special occasions, second edition published by Art of Living Premium Media Inc, and you can get a copy on my website Marie Liberty, dot com or Amazon, kindle or many booksellers, online, or at your local bookstore to get a copy if they don't sell them already, or if you'd like to share a photo of one of the recipes here in posted on any social media or my blog comments with Hashtag Marie Liberati show, you could win a free copy of one of the books in the Basic Art of Italian cooking series. Tuscan panelist salad twelve slices of day, old, crusty bread, four tablespoons

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A Tuscan Staycation - burst 03

The Maria Liberati Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

A Tuscan Staycation - burst 03

"Even if I am not always their body, it is the place that seems to have invented the very idea of the casual but elegant simple, but sophisticated picnic grilling is part of the summer fair and Tuscany, but where else could day old bread be Sushi? US IN PANS Annella Salad? It is so uber tasty with a dash of Tuscan, olive oil, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, and paired with a glass of Chianti were Brunello, but you don't have to venture to Tuscany, too. Tuscan try at Tuscany. homestake Haitian in create the same relaxed feeling. Try rustic phase with a few sunflowers, rightly colored plates, no tablecloth to simplify this setting and hope for beautifully sunny. Day make this a summer picnic style to quote the man who practically invented the Tuscan Lifestyle Leonardo Da Vinci simplicity is an art sharing with you to my favorite recipes for a summer station to Tuscany. They're both. Both from my Gorman World Award winning book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking, holidays and special occasions, second edition published by Art of Living Premium Media Inc, and you can get a copy on my website Marie Liberty, dot com or Amazon, kindle or many booksellers, online, or at your local bookstore to get a copy if they don't sell them already, or if you'd like to share a photo of one of the recipes here in posted on any social media or my blog comments with Hashtag Marie Liberati show, you could win a free copy of one of the books in the Basic Art of Italian cooking series. Tuscan panelist salad twelve slices of day, old, crusty bread, four tablespoons

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"For instance shop home who were **** road jujitsu were any of those things these trainings always involves a practice of meditation because when you do that you step outside of the physical sensorium that dominates you and it allows you to move into whatever task it is you're trying to do it if you if you look at the stories that are told by people who are creative geniuses or people who are great artists or people who you know Leonardo da Vinci used to stare at a wall fresh water zero told me that Castiel would scare you I wish that his mistress Jedi would stare at the campus until we saw the picture and then you could find it very quickly wow that's amazing then he must of like your remote viewers Leonardo da Vinci as he looked into the future from his time period to you know the years nineteen hundred nineteen fifty two thousand where he saw the submarines and helicopters and things like that yeah yes exactly I mean Leonardo was the first person to understand what the fossil amazing no that's it that's it he was digging a canal and sat and sat and Marco and Anne's things began to come up and at that time they thought bottles were frozen fairies or not the one I particularly like great seem little gusts although we've seen in the never say an indication he saw this and he took them back into his studio and he sat with them and stared at them and just allow them said gave himself over to work and he suddenly realized what they were she even we're gonna take a break or at the top of the hour already we're gonna come back and talk more about your work and also take.

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Virus fears close down France's Louvre Museum

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Virus fears close down France's Louvre Museum

"The spreading corona virus epidemic has shot down France's Louvre museum employee and union representative Andre said Kristin says workers fear being contaminated by the museum's flow of international visitors some were refusing to work the shutdown call it a government decision to ban indoor public gatherings of more than five thousand people so Kristin says stuff as well also worried by visiting museum workers from northern Italy who would come to collect works by Leonardo da Vinci online for a major exhibition the code nineteen outbreak which began in central China has infected more than eighty seven thousand people globally and caused nearly three thousand deaths I'm Sarah basis

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Five hundred years of genius. Is that the Denver museum of nature and science? Welcome to front range, focus. I'm laurie. Len Barker joining me today is Dr Steve Nash, senior curator of archaeology for the museum of nature and science Steve told me what you do at the museum of nature and science. I'm senior curator of archaeology and director anthropology and what does that entail? What do you do the best thing? I can do is say I'm a kidney candy store as a as an anthropologist. I study all things human and as an archaeologist are really specialize in artifacts. And what we call material culture. But I'm interested in how humans made it on a daily basis. You know, if you think about people who don't live in Denver in two thousand nineteen but lived in different times different places. And so on they were all very much like us. I think they just answered their challenges and went through life using a different set of technologies and so. Liked to turn the logical lens that we use analytically right back on ourselves to just say, hey, what does it really mean to be human? So you basically will look at the evolution of a fork can how people used it. But why people used it? And how it started here and ended up here. Correct. Yeah. I think your your example is great because most people think about a fork or they don't think about a before they just take it for granted. And they will you know, they would never think about how folk evolves, but a four is a is a technology. It's an artifact technology, but not everybody around the world uses for and in fact, the vast majority of people on the planet don't use four they eat with their hands. Are they eat with chopsticks and and so on? So the question is why and how did that happen? Another one that that I was interested in published in a blog post at sapiens dot org was entitled what did ancient Romans do without toilet paper. And it's a funny question. But it's a very real question. What did they do? Well, they used a sponge tied onto a stick. Okay. But it makes you think about toilet paper and toilet paper wasn't even invented until eighteen fifty seven. Wow. It didn't become commonplace in this country until the nineteen twenties. What did Americans do without toilet paper? You know? I I mean, I it's common things the essence of humanity. We don't need to go into finer. We don't need to go into high art or complex systems for me to be interested. We have to what does it mean to be human one hundred and fifty thousand years ago fifty thousand years ago twenty thousand years ago one hundred years ago, it's all fascinating to me. Well, you're one of the overseers overseer tear raider for the new Leonardo Davinci exhibit. That's coming up. Tell me about that. That sounds very exciting. That correct. I'm the curator assigned to the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition. I'm not the curator of it. That is I didn't pulled together the the exhibition. It's a traveling exhibition put together by 'Grande exhibitions of Australia. But this museum specializes in bringing in to traveling exhibitions and then making them better white. We install them we add things to them and so on and so this is my eight temporary exhibition like this that I've done enough. So it ranges from Ben Franklin too tight Tannock depan pay soak road, my etc. And the latest one is Leonardo da Vinci, and what kind of things can we expect to see and prefer you answer that question. Why is it in the museum of nature and science not an art museum? Well, this is this is a fantastic question and one that has an easy answer. The Leonardo da Vinci exhibition is in. Nature and science museum because Leonardo da Vinci was the essence of steam, right science technology, engineering art, mathematics before that term ever came to being he he dabbled in scientific enterprises technological enterprises artistic enterprises and no offense to art museums. But if he went into an art museum, that's what you would see and you could enjoy it as art, but he did so much more. And in fact, if you read up on scholarship, Leonardo da Vinci art was only was a minor component of people would argue that his anatomical drawings, or that has technological draftsmanship. And so on those were the real contributions that he made painting was an answer. Larry aspect of who he was. And I'm sure we could debate about that. But that's what a lot of scholars say. And a lot of artists from that time in that time period or just painters. They were inventors moved. That's correct. And in fact, painters were not really the pinnacle of the artistic community was sculptor sculpture was seen as. As that's what you do. If you're a fine artist you go in and you do sculpture so MichelAngelo's crowning glory is sculptured. David magnificent sculpture, that's in Florence Italy. But Leonardo it was his curiosity was his inventiveness. It was his willingness to do things differently that made him give make so many contributions to so many different disciplines, including art, and I'm not gonna lie his artists pretty cool. And his most famous piece, of course, is the Mona Lisa and part of the exhibit actually examines the Mona Lisa, can you give me a little bit more detail on that? Sure. The Mona Lisa is. Arguably the most famous painting in the world, the Leuven Paris against eight ten million visitors a year to come in and see this really small painting. It's only twelve eighteen inches or so, and it's really compelling, and it's really fascinating painting. Some would argue that it's unfinished and it comes from very late in his career. So there's a lot of mystery surrounding that painting. But in about two thousand four I think there was a man by the name of PASCAL caught a Frenchman who analyzed the Mona Lisa using spectral imaging technology. So he used different wavelengths of light to look at the Mona Lisa. So he could see underneath the surface of the painting, and what's really cool about this is that those of us who aren't painters oftentimes think about a painting in the artist. Just does it right. You get to work and you finish it. What does spectral imaging is done has identified the all all the kinds of drafts and mistakes that he corrected and so on and and attempts that he made so we can see that her hands were moved to a different place. And that her shawl is. Oriented slightly differently. And so to me as an archaeologist it's the layers of the paint in the Mona Lisa that bring out the humanity of that painting. Otherwise, you know, it looks like a painting done by somebody extraordinary, which it is. But he was an extraordinary human. And so we see the humanity in the Mona Lisa through mistakes through the missteps through the different layers on. What really is a Palam says to a layer cake of a painting and a lot of times. These paintings actually have another painting on on beneath them because if you think of the time, they just couldn't run down to Michaels and get a canvas paid something. I don't like this. I'm going to paint something else on it. Correct. And that's that's another human aspect to this. So there's the technology of the panels on which they were painting those things were not cheap necessarily. But one of the things that I learned about Leonardo that I find also so compelling is that one of the reasons why he comes down to us as a genius today is that the preservation of many of his notes which were done on paper. So think about the fourteen hundreds in Italy. The, you know, the Gutenberg printing press comes out and paper becomes more readily available prior to fourteen fifties. And later paper was not readily available. So you. I didn't have a medium on which you could take copious notes. You couldn't do it on bellum that was expensive. And so this arguably disposable technology, facilitates or enables technology Leonardo to become the successful scientist artists technologists. And so on it's paper and pencil. Wow. Yeah. It's fascinating. Absolutely fascinating. What are some of the other things that people be able to see are the original stuff? Or is it all just reconstruction of staff? What exactly is it? The original objects that Leonardo had created are all priceless and and not able to travel. So, you know, the Mona Lisa doesn't travel, and and the Dakota sees of his notes and so on don't travel. So there are there machine inventions that he made so he did a lot of drafting of of machines. That may or may not have been built during his lifetime. They don't preserve as machines. But they preserve as drawings. So Grandes exhibitions worked with Italians and specialists in Italian Renaissance Italian technology woodworking and so on and they made replicas they made inventions. They made these invention to come to life. So people can see those. There's also the multi media aspect of this. There's a there's a huge component called sensory four which has Leonardo's art and technology is blown up into a multimedia experience. It's almost indescribable. But it is compelling and interesting and fascinating and cool. So it's a it's a really really immersive exhibition and it's opens on March first dead closes on August twenty fifth twenty.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Houses they wanna buy rentals. Whatever if your page doesn't look professional if it looks like it's very shoddy or you have a lot of inappropriate stuff on it. Doesn't matter. How smart you are people are not going to trust you with the big investment, right? Because it's so easy nowadays to design something that's that simple and pleasant to look at. So, you know, we're obviously going to now those things that are that are messy mostly because as I said our lives are so complicated. In were so overwhelmed with things that just seeing something laid out pleasantly will and well-thought-out. It's just a relief to our is our senses in class talks about that his book pitch anything. How the brain is always afraid it's always looking for how it's going to be taken advantage of or hurt in some way. And so you got to work really hard to show people that you're not going to hurt them. And while you're actually looking to help them in for me, if I see something that isn't clearly articulated, and you're making me work to figure out what you're even trying to say, I'm done it up onto the next thing. And that's why a guy like Ryan holiday stands out so much because he gives you this other feeling like, oh, he's not making life harder. He's making it easier. How can I get him more involved what I'm doing? And then Ryan learns ton from you, and he learned a ton from Tucker, and he becomes very very successful much faster than other people because he's endeared himself. I want to ask you. When thing Robert, I really really liked your book on mastery, and the point you made in your speech at Oxford about Leonardo da Vinci, and how he was so committed to what he was passionate about and just threw himself into it. We get a lot of people who look to real estate to kind of become this. I wouldn't say get rich quick scheme. But they're definitely looking for either way. A out of a situation. They don't like I don't like my job. So I wanna buy rental properties and live off the rent and they're hoping in three to five years. They can accomplish that with your study on mastering how it works. What advice? Do you have for people who are under those kind of expectations? Well, you know, you can you can work for a while. You can kind of trick yourself you go come a lawyer real estate Asian for the money because you know, I'm nothing against money. It's it's it's very nice to have money. But the problem is that if you're not connected to it emotionally to your work. If you're just doing it for the money, then you're gonna burn yourself out. You only really learn you only really better at something. When you want to learn when you want when you feel connected to it emotionally. I always give the example of when I was in college, I learned French in French for four years, and then I went to Paris, and I couldn't speak one word. Then I bet and then I met a French girl. And I wanted you know to have. In two weeks. I learned more than I ever learned in four years because I was motivated of wanted a really wanted to learn when you want to learn you're gonna learn a lot faster than if you're just doing it for other reasons and doing it just for the money isn't exciting enough isn't really gonna make you motivate is gonna make you get up in the morning for five or ten years ago. Wow. I wanna you know, I get better at this. Because you always need to improve your skills. I don't care how long you've been doing something for. So you need to be emotionally attached. What you're doing in real estate? There's certain things that are extremely pleasurable, and you have to be attracted you have to emphasize those things. So the idea that you are meeting interacting with always a group of people different people with different needs. I say in that my new book that you have to alter your your approach to people mostly you, think yourself. Absorb because you think you're the most interesting person in the world, and you only want to think about your own thoughts. Because that's you know, that what what could be more interesting in my world. But I want you to change in things that the people you're dealing with are actually really really interesting even the most boring person that you've ever met in your life..

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"So does the app die used their on screen zero? There's a guy called Kevin rose who makes this and he's also guy behind the app. Quote oak a meditation recommend you checked out. Yes. I'm inte- foster. He's been amazing. I do sixteen hours a day since I contribute to eighteen or twenty. But for the most part sixteen been pretty good for me. And I've got the results I've been a needed really for the most part. Yeah. Recommend it anyways onto the topic today. Number one number one number one number one. So I've been finished finished up reading or listening to the. Wizards for. Stop. So I finished up. Finished up. Was it for official listening to a little bit a little? Leonardo da Vinci autobiography by what is what is familiar with him is the guy that Ritter. Amazing amazing amazing from Steve Jobs to before he died. Steve Jobs reset accident because he's kind of famous for Ryan will fees. I think if it wanted to former us president the name of it, but he famous writing really great biographies and Steven Jones Steve Jobs, racial to him when he kind of diagnosis that he was going into remission and kind of through I think maybe a purchase maybe six months or something on those lines, and we'll access each kind of spoken. He does spoke quite kindly by story about his come up happened to family really under some secrets that we'd had no idea about he's going to step dad this stuff about biological dad. Those really amazing things. And and and now he's kind of funny the autobahn on Leonardo da Vinci, right? One of the most important contemporary all know important figures in history. Let's let's say, right. And I. I think there's been a lot. There's been a lot said about documentary happening nowadays on fixing stuffing the Ted Bundy docu series. And I was getting a lot of high of the sleep. But I think to stuff that works has been doing especially with Steve Jobs book, Fisher, just Leonardo da Vinci book. I'm surprised hasn't been adapted to screen a Steve Jobs. One maybe did with the movie by with star Michael bender. But I'm sure it didn't get any good reviews. I'm not sure what someone use other. No. But I really like to see somebody adapted another Vinci book into some sort docu series the books probably too long to you know, to cover entirely fronts back, but some of the things in him and about inches live like his upbringing upbringing what he looks at life is fascination with army generals, and that kind of masculine image. He's kind of is unambiguously behind his sexuality the way he used to procrastinate so much. She never really finished things. He's tendency. Nuttier bend, or, you know, jump by the sound of clients and stuff the fact that he only did put traps people that he liked he admired like really amazing things. Just read about like fuck, man. This was truly awesome. And obviously looking into more kind of stumbled upon this mazing, poultry code. Little bit of the Salvador Mundi. It's a depiction of Christ near Davinci painted a long time ago, and it kind of you know, it plays of so many things from perceptions depth of field to the use of shadow and softness on the face this amazing porch. I'm gonna put up your screen using. Oh, yours watching YouTube. Mr. amazing saw portrait of crashy mouse in before saw a portrait crisis holding up to his hand with two fingers pointed up, and he's got a clear globe in these in these palm of his hand and stone straight out. But the faces really softened is solve it looks like as there's a permanent halo around his face. Right. We're really doc background. If you look closely at the board self there's Loza plays perception, you know, he kind of used it. It's clever way of painting. So supposedly this painting it self went on auction the other day on the day a while back when the two thousand seventeen and sold for four. Eight hundred fifty.

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"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"leonardo da vinci" Discussed on Revision Path

"So what has been kind of the most challenging exhibit that you had to put together it thinks. Think it was I did a Leonardo da Vinci codex exhibition which it was one of Leonardo davinci's codex books, and it was a very sip or you would think it was a very simple show where it was a book that was on display and from I if I remember correctly, the book is only on display every ten years, and this was at the aerospace museum, and we were we had it. And it was a case essentially, it was just a book that was the only thing beyond play. And then we had some Interactive's we had some sign, and it was really complicated. Because of this is a very delicate book, it's very old. So it was sent to us within a case. And then we put it within in another case. And then finally that case with an another case, and we had to send all of the we had. Put data readers within sight of the case that measured temperature and humidity outside of case as well in inside of the interior first case that first layer I we had to send that information back overseas to the museum that we borrow order from and that got really complicated because you know, it's going through the Smithsonian. National airspace museum is going through a major renovation to fix this h vac system and bring up to code and all that stuff. But at the time the air handling system wasn't the best and we had multiple issues. So the construction documents for were very specific on what needed to be done in order to protect the object. We put it on display. Everything's okay. And then I come back from vacation after the exhibition is closed, and then there's a big like vacuum next to it. Because of. The the humidity level started to drop or the air wasn't correct. So we had to figure out how to put it in place to still look nice. But not be completely in the way is just like a whole much back and forth in E mail traffic, and it was difficult deal with. But I mean, it's gorgeous object. I think we have plenty of lines and plenty of people come in to see it. But for just a small one object in I didn't think it would be as much work as actually like was. But it got done. Okay. So I'll question this comes from one of our audience members as well as a guest who's been on the show, the one hall that he says that on his design bucket list, he wants to do an exhibition design for museum..

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US, United Arab Emirates And Matthew Hedges discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

US, United Arab Emirates And Matthew Hedges discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Mexico's interior ministry says it will do pull it's up to five hundred migrants who attempted to storm the US border. The group mostly made up of women and children were detained after trying to cross the heavily fortified border yesterday. US officials used tear gas to repel them the British academic whose jailed for spying, and the United Arab Emirates has been pardoned. Matthew hedges denied the espionage charges said that he'd been carrying out academe research. The president of the UA issue department as part of a mass clemency of more than seven hundred prisoners. And today's monocle minute reports on Italy's decision to cancel alone of Leonardo da Vinci works to the Louvre in Paris. It's because at least government wants all of his works to be displayed together initally to Mark the five hundred anniversary of his death. We'll have more on that story later in the program for those the stories we're following today. Hero monocle twenty four.

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Pink diamond sells for more than $50M, setting world record

America's Truckin' Network

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Pink diamond sells for more than $50M, setting world record

"That's right. Christie's auction house says the largest pink diamond that they've ever put up on the block is the Leonardo da Vinci of diamonds and the gym that once belonged to the Oppenheimer diamond family fetching a record price recently for a pink diamond. And now as a new owner if diamonds are a girl's best friend than the pink legacy diamond is hands down the new BFF weighing in at just under nineteen carrots the stunt sold at Christie's auction in Geneva in less than five minutes for fifty million dollars, including fees, two point six million dollars per cat, which is a world record Francois career. Allen's Christie's chairman for Europe. The buyer. Famed jeweler Harry Winston who's already renamed it the Winston pink legacy, the fancy vivid rectangle, cut beauty left the standing room only auction house blushing and applauding when the

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