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" ... take for its head that of a mastiff or setter, for its eyes those of a cat, for its ears those of a porcupine, for its nose that of a greyhound, with the eyebrows of a lion, the temples of an old cock and the neck of a water-tortoise. "
Leonardo Da Vinci: Artist, Thinker and Man of Science - 第 242 頁
Eugène Müntz 著 - 1898
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Leonardo da Vinci: The Daedalian Mythmaker: The Daedalian Mythmaker

...imagined by you, appear natural — let us say a Dragon, take for its head that of a mastiff or hound, the eyes of a cat, the ears of a porcupine, the nose of a greyhound, the brow of a water tortoise" (585). The painter-scientist mixed parts, and his compound animal mocked...
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Leonardo on Art and the Artist

Leonardo (da Vinci), Andre Chastel - 2002 - 254 頁
...dragon — take the head of a mastiff or a pointer, the eyes of a cat, and the ears of a porcupine, and the nose of a greyhound, the eyebrows of a lion, the temples of an old cock, and the neck of a water tortoise. AMBIGUITY The sea does not roar so loudly during a tempest when the north wind strikes...
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Merchants and Marvels

Pamela H. Smith, Paula Findlen - 2002 - 437 頁
...its eyes those of a cat, for its ears those of a porcupine, for its nose that of a greyhound, with the eyebrows of a lion, the temples of an old cock and the neck of a water-tortoise." The rules of good painting applied no less to the three-dimensional construction of...
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Art, Science, and Witchcraft in Early Modern Holland: Jacques de Gheyn II ...

Claudia Swan - 2005 - 254 頁
...animal seem natural, let us say it was a serpent [dragon], take for the head that of a mastiff or hound, the eyes of a cat, the ears of a porcupine, the nose of a greyhound, the brow of a lion, the temples of an old cock, and the neck of a water turtle."49 Because de Gheyn's images...
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The Da Vinci Notebooks

Leonardo (da Vinci), Emma Dickens - 2006 - 217 頁
...by you, appear natural — let us say a Dragon - take for its head that of a mastiff or hound, with the eyes of a cat, the ears of a porcupine, the nose of a greyhound, the brow of a lion, the temples of an old cock, the neck of a water tortoise. It seems to me to be no small...
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