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Qualifications
architect, art theorist, sculptor, designer, painter, fresco painter, court painter, draftsman
was verder technicus, militair ingenieur, natuurkundige, uitvinder
Nationality/school
Italian
Born
Vinci 1452-04-15
Deceased
Amboise/Clos-Lucé, Château de 1519-05-02
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Biographical information
Period of activity
1472 - 1519
Active in
  • Florence 1466 - 1482
  • Milaan 1483 - 1499
    In Milaan kwamen zijn talenten tot volle ontplooiing. Als schilder vervaardigde hij hier de 'Madonna in de grot' en he 'Laatste Avondmaal'.
  • Mantua 1499
  • Venetië 1500
  • Florence 1500 - 1506
    Hier schilderde hij de Mona Lisa.
  • Milaan 1506 - 1513
  • Florence 1507 - 1508
  • Rome 1513 - 1516
  • Amboise 1513 - 1519
    Hij werkte hier voor Frans I. De beroemde dubbele trap in het kasteel Chambord is naar een ontwerp van Leonardo.
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Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
allegory, botanical representation, figure study (main subject), history (as a genre), landscape (as genre), military genre, animal painting (genre), portrait, caricature, Christian religious scene, battle
Medium/technique
bronze
Product
ornament design, treaty
schreef 'Trattato della pittura' (postuum gepubliceerd)
Comment
In zijn vroege jaren beïnvloed door Antonio Pollaiuolo en Botticelli.
Plaatjes zijn genummerd naar Bodmer en Popham.
Entered on: 1992-01-12; Modification on: 2017-09-04

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