Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci, (April 15, 1452), was born in the Renaissance period in Italy. His areas of  interest included   invention drawing, painting, sculpture, architecture, science, music, mathematics, Engineering, literature, anatomy, geology, astronomy, botany, paleontology and cartography. He is known as the father of paleontology, botany and architecture, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest painters of all time in the world (died May 2, 1519)  (despite perhaps only 15 of his paintings having survived).

Leonardo is renowned primarily as a painter. The Mona Lisa represents Da Vinci's highest artistic achievement. The smile in the painting has a mysterious and unpredictable charm, which is called "mysterious smile" by many art historians. The Last Supper depicts the scene of Jesus having dinner with the twelve apostles and disciples before he died. The characters in the picture are meticulously detailed, and are the most famous of all works of the same theme.

 Although he has not received formal academic training, many historians and scholars still view Leonardo as a model of "universal genius" or "renaissance man", "genius curiosity" and "very creative Powerful imagination ".