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Leonardo Da Vinci Then and Now Leonardo Da Vinci was a man ahead of his time that made huge differences in the way that this world has developed He was a man of many trades which through the years he mastered such as a very skilled inventor painter scholar scientist writer and anatomist Without his innovative ideas and inventions I dont know where we would be today He was born 1452 to an illegitimate son of a lawyer and a peasant That did not slow him down at all when he was in his early twenties he opened his own shop where he could do his work One thing that he was famous for which may not of been a good thing was that he started more work than he ever finished Somehow he must have done a good job at his shop because he was so successful that he became apprenticeship of Lorenzo deMedici the powerful ruler of Firenze For some reason the two did not get along very well mainly because Lorenzo demanded that he finish his projects Da Vinci did not like this so he left Lorenzo and went to Milan Once in Milan Da Vinci became under the apprenticeship of another man named Sforzas There he was able to work without deadlines and people telling him how to run his show There he worked for many years until the French invaded when he then served under Francis the 1st where he remaind until his death in 1519 Some of his most famous paintings are the Mona Lisa The Last Super and Virgin of the Rocks By far his greatest work was his notebooks on which he wrote his one and only book The Painter as well as a whole pile of notes on technology science human anatomy architecture which included drawings of all these things He also invented many things we still use today such as the microscope and
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