Traité de la peinture

Traité de la peinture Excerpt From Trait De La PeintureLes Figures Del Edition Que Je Donne Au Public Sont Grav Es D Apr S Les Des Sins Originaux Du Poussin Qui Sont La Fin Du Manuscrit Dont Je Viens De Parler.About The PublisherForgotten Books Publishes Hundreds Of Thousands Of Rare And Classic Books Find At Www.forgottenbooks.comThis Book Is A Reproduction Of An Important Historical Work Forgotten Books Uses State Of The Art Technology To Digitally Reconstruct The Work, Preserving The Original Format Whilst Repairing Imperfections Present In The Aged Copy In Rare Cases, An Imperfection In The Original, Such As A Blemish Or Missing Page, May Be Replicated In Our Edition We Do, However, Repair The Vast Majority Of Imperfections Successfully Any Imperfections That Remain Are Intentionally Left To Preserve The State Of Such Historical Works.

Traité de la peinture

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  1. Vaishali says:

    Artists this is a precise, highly mathematic book Must be read and studied slowly, as Davinci has observed the world around him with painstaking care In Chapter 74, for instance, I ve no doubt he made a model walk against wind currents for hours and just took notes Curious about how many cadavers he had access to, as his knowledge on subcutaneous tissues is massive Most revealingly, he credits all artistic genius not to talent but to consistent effort Quotes Many are very desirous of learning to draw, and are very fond of it, who are, notwithstanding, void of a proper disposition for it This may be known by their want of perseverance When you draw from Nature, you must be at the distance of three times the height of the object It reflects no great honor on a painter to be able to execute only one thing well there is scarcely a person so void of genius as to fail of success, if he apply earnestly to one branch of study, and practice it continually A man has the greatest power in pulling, for in that action he has the united exertion of all the muscles of the arm, while some of them must be inactive when he is pushing A man walking will always have the centre of gravity over the centre of the leg which rests upon the ground That figure will appear the...

  2. Barbara Roma says:

    I started to read this is book and is amazing I need to finish to learn

  3. Nathaniel says:

    Insightful, interesting and illuminating, but also rambling.

  4. Ruth says:

    Voy a empezar a contar los trozos de libro que me leo porque, de verdad, con la carrera nunca puedo terminar uno solo, qu ascoMe he le do el Parang n, las primeras 60 p ginas, para una exposici n de Historia de las ideas est ticas Y lo cierto es que me ha sorprendido Leonardo tiene voluntad de estilo, es muy f cil de leer, es literario, y tiene unas ideas bastante interesantes El Parang n de las artes es la discusi n ciencias letras artes del Renacimiento, y Leonardo argumenta que la pintura es una ciencia y que es un arte superior a la poes a, la m sica y la escultura con argumentos bastante cogidos por los pelos mirados desde la actualidad, pero bueno, pensemos que se le hab a hecho mucho bullying a la pintura a lo largo de la historia Y lo curioso es que lo hace poniendo un pie en las ideas de Plat n y de Arist teles, que defendieron justo lo c...

  5. Andrew Thappa says:

    There s something about reading a book on painting by da Vinci that is so unbelievably awesome Though the book deals with painting, the key theme can be understood broadly to be that if you want to master something, learn the basics really well and from that everything will follow The book is filled with timeless quips and aphorisms such as 1 a common fault in painters, to delight in the imitation of themselves 2 The young painter must, in the first instance, accustom his hand to copying the drawings of good masters and when his hand is thus formed, and ready, he should, with the advice of his director, use himself also to draw from relievos 3 Study the science first, and then follow the practice which results from that science Pursue method in your study, and do not quit one part till it be perfectly engraven in the memory Among Coastals there is a fetishization of aphorisms penned by Charlie Munger and or Benjamin Franklin If you re the kind of person w...

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  7. Miguel Mendez says:

    Puede merecer la pena leer por curiosidad y variedad, pero se hace bastante largo.Se hace larga la introducci n as para empezar Es una introducci n hecha por alg n profesor universitario y realmente no aporta nada y se hace muy tediosa Lo que es ya el contenido escrito por Leonardo resulta interesante al principio, cuando no se ocupa exclusivamente d...

  8. Maja Milkic says:

    Set of great advices about elementary things in drawing, also support in painting For me personally, i found many answers on my questions about perspective and solutions for doubts about balance of human figure in move. it s...

  9. Amr Mohamed says:

    Only read 100 Pages and i m already HOOKED 3 D

  10. Poussin_champaigne says:

    Lu en fran ais

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