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Amboise Ambrosiana antique artist ascribed to Leonardo Autograph notes Battle of Anghiari beard beardless old Beaux Arts Bernardino Luini Black chalk blue paper Braun Bust Caesar Borgia cartoon Catalogue century Child Codex Atlanticus collection colour composition copy d'Este Doubtful drapery drawing engraving eyes False figure Florence Florentine Francesco front face full face Gazette des Beaux Gerli Giuliano Grosvenor Gallery grotesque heads hair hand heightened with white horse Infant Jesus Institut de France Isabella d'Este Italian chalk Last Supper Leda legs Leonardo da Vinci letter Lodovico Lodovico il Moro Lorenzo Louis XII Louvre Madonna master Medici Melzi Michelangelo Miiller-Walde Milan Milanese Mona Lisa naked nose painted painter picture Portrait of Leonardo Raphael Ravaisson-Mollien Red chalk Reproduced Richter Rome Saint Anne Salai seated Sforza Silver-point sketch Sodoma Study Trattato Turin turned Uffizi Uzielli Vasari Venice Virgin Windsor Library young woman
第 159 頁 - Le mani son bellissime e in somma, con tutte le disgratie che questo quadro habbi patito, la faccia e le mani si mostrano tanto belle che rapiscono chi le mira. Notamo che a quella donna per altro bella mancava qualche. poco nel ciglio, che il pittore non glie l'ha fatto molto apparire, come che essa non doveva haverlo (Müntz421 Anm.
第 58 頁 - Begun at Florence, in the house of Piero di Braccio Martelli, on the 22nd day of March, 1508. And this is to be a collection without order, taken from many papers which I have copied here, hoping to arrange them later each in its place, according to the subjects of which they may treat.
第 210 頁 - Questo gentiluomo ha composto di notomia tanto particolarmente con la demostrazione di la pictura si de
第 84 頁 - is a muscle of great strength ; the blood which returns when the heart opens again is not the same as that which closes the valve." The depth and variety of his researches in other branches of natural science may be inferred from the citation of a few instances in which he anticipated the results of investigations associated with other names. Either before, or at latest during such time as Copernicus was laying the foundations...
第 159 頁 - La testa è adornata d'una acconciatura assai semplice, ma altrettanto finita; il vestito mostrava o negro, o lionato scuro, ma è stato da certa vernice datali cosi malconcio, che non si distingue troppo bene. Le mani son bellissime e in somma, con tutte le disgrazie che questo quadro habbi patito, la faccia e le mani si mostrano tanto belle, che rapiscono chi le mira. Notammo che a quella Donna per altro bella mancava qualche poco nel ciglio, che il pittore non glie l'ha fatto molto apparire, come...
第 92 頁 - ... all cut and divided the mountains of the great Alps one from the other. This is visible in the order of the stratified rocks, because from the summits of the banks down to the river the correspondence of the strata in the rocks is visible on either side of the river. That the stratified stones of the mountains are all layers of clay, deposited one above the other by the various floods of the rivers.
第 205 頁 - He affirmed that never any man had come into the world who knew so much as Leonardo, and that not only in matters of sculpture, painting, and architecture, for, in addition, he was a great philosopher.
第 58 頁 - And if I wished to avoid falling into this fault, it would be necessary in every case when I wanted to copy a passage that, not to repeat myself, I should read over all that had gone before; and all the more since the intervals are long between one time of writing and the next.
第 210 頁 - Baptista giovane, et uno de la Madonna et del figliolo, che stan posti in gremmo de S.
第 124 頁 - ... obey her Excellency's orders, but that Leonardo, from all he heard, had grown tired of painting and devoted all his time to the study of geometry : — ' He has only done one cartoon since he has been in Florence. The composition is an infant Christ, hardly a year old, escaping from His Mother's arms to catch hold of a lamb and embrace it. The Virgin, rising almost out of the lap of St. Anne, tries to part the babe from the lamb and St. Anne seems about to make some movement to hold her daughter...