Throughout human history, perhaps no man has ever displayed as much creative genius as the Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519). An inspired painter, inventor, and writer, Leonardo is widely considered to be the exemplar of the Renaissance movement. Almost entirely self-taught, he produced both...
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