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Vi`tru´vi`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to Vitruvius, an ancient Roman architect.
Vitruvian scroll
(Arch.) a name given to a peculiar pattern of scrollwork, consisting of convolved undulations. It is used in classical architecture.
- Oxf. Gloss.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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However, there were two plausible self-portraits, the Vitruvian Man and Salvator Mundi, that have the eyes straight.
For instance, Vitruvian Man, his famous sketch of the ideally proportioned male, relied mainly on measurements he took from his anatomical studies rather than those handed down by Vitruvius, a Roman engineer who analogized human proportions to architecture.
From April 19 to July 14, the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice will launch a new exhibition dedicated to the great polymath, displaying one of his most iconic drawings, the Vitruvian Man.
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From April 19 to July 14, the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice will launch a new exhibition dedicated to the great polymath, displaying one of his most iconic drawings, the Vitruvian Man. Meanwhile, in Florence, the Museo Galileo's exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomies: Machines, Human Body, Nature (April 21 to October 7) looks at his studies of the human body, which he regarded as a sophisticated mechanical device.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Oct 24 (ANI): As part of a research revelation like the origin of zero or Fibonacci series from India, Oxford scholar Ashish Jaiswal in his book 'fluid', has proposed that the celebrated drawing 'The Vitruvian Man' by Leonardo Da Vinci may actually have its roots in India.
Among them his world famous Vitruvian Man sketch, the bronze sculpture David ndash reputedly a depiction of the young Leonardondash and Salvator Mundi, his painting of Jesus Christ which recently became the most expensive in history.
"With [Da Vinci's] the Vitruvian Man, because that work is all about body proportions, I decided to take it down a plastic surgery route.
A primitive Christ figure on a cartwheel (instead of cross), resembling the Vitruvian Man, is suspended over an altar table of rough-hewn block of stone.
Despite his artistic abilities portrayed in his prominent paintings "Mona Lisa" and ""Vitruvian Man" and "The Last Supper", Da Vinci was not a prolific painter.