Sketch of a Rolling Mill // circa 1500-1510
Leonardo Da Vinci was progressive and prolific with contributions to painting, architecture and engineering. This Sketch of a Rolling Mill is done with the artist's signature sketching style. The mirrored code language that Da Vinci used to keep his designs a secret is an incredible addition to this museum-quality piece.
- ColorsBlack Frame
Contemporary Hardwood Frame, 225 Gsm Us Made Fibermark Euduro Matte Paper
- OriginUnited States
— Contemporary Hardwood Frame
— Printed by 1000Museums
— From The Bridgeman Art Library
About the Designer
Italian Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci (1452 – 1519) is widely considered one of the greatest painters and most diversely talented individuals of all time. He made vast contributions to mathematics, biology, anatomy, physics, engineering and architecture, but is most acclaimed for his artistic achievements. His female figures, such as “La Scapigliata,” presented woman in a groundbreaking manner—as intelligent beings and biological equals to men. These revolutionary notions, as well as his many other innovations epitomize da Vinci as a genius infinitely ahead of his time.
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