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[H1]Contents Introduction Part 1: In the Beginning . . . [NL] 1. Where it all began: Vinci, Italy [NL] 2. The mamas and the papas, and everyone in between [NL] 3. "Current events" in fifteenth-century Italy [NL] 4. The life you're born into [NL] 5. Siblings of a genius [NL] 6. It's all relative [NL] 7. Youthful adventures [NL] 8. Get to work! Leonardo's early training [NL] 9. What did they do before there were bookstores? [NL] 10. Apprenticeship, or learning from your elders [NL] 11. Turning dust into gold: early painting experience [NL] 12. Getting off to a good start [NL] 13. The Company of Painters: membership has its privileges [NL] 14. Striking out on his own [NL] 15. The rebirth of Italy [NL] 16. Renaissance religion [NL] 17. Don't forget the golden oldies [NL] 18. Show me the money! [NL] 19. The importance of being sponsored [NL] 20. Lorenzo the Magnificent [NL] 21. Playing up to the Duke [NL] 22. Look out, it's Cesare Borgia! [NL] 23. The best of the Louis [NL] 24. Don't mess with the pope [NL] 26. Da Vinci University Part 2: The Best of the Best of the Best [NL] 27. Early sculpture: a celebration in three dimensions [NL] 28. Form, function, and the whole nine yards [NL] 29. A horse is a horse, of course, of course [NL] 30. Draw up a chair![NL] 31. The scene behind the scene [NL] 32. Leonardo and the fine art of completion [NL] 33. Building the scene-scape [NL] 34. An architecture of the imagination [NL] 35. It's all in the details [NL] 36. Monks and lawyers and artists, oh my! [NL] 37. The life and times of the "Last Supper" [NL] 38. There's something about Lisa [NL] 39. Oldies but goodies [NL] 40. Building the Renaissance [NL] 41. The Milan dome [NL] 42. Order in the Church! [NL] 43. San Giovanni church: closer to heaven [NL] 44. Build it and they will come: designs for other public structures [NL] 45. Military architecture, the design of defense [NL] 46. He built this city Part 3: What It's All About [NL] 47. Observe and understand [NL] 48. Love that body! [NL] 49. From the inside out: studies of human systems [NL] 50. Fawning over flora [NL] 51. The perfect man [NL] 52. Getting physical with science [NL] 53. It's all in the circle game [NL] 54. Before planes, trains, and automobiles [NL] 55. War games [NL] 56. Building a better . . . cannon? [NL] 57. Leonardo's robot [NL] 58. Chutes (we already covered ladders) [NL] 59. It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a flying machine! [NL] 60. Leonardo's whirly bird [NL] 61. The world before Xerox [NL] 62. Under the boardwalk, down by the sea [NL] 63. Containing the forces of nature [NL] 64. Harnessing the power of water [NL] 65. The ocean-liners of the future [NL] 66. Around and around we go [NL] 67. Gone with the Schwinn [NL] 68. A coach fit for a king Part 4: Writing, Drawing, and Music [NL] 69. The Leonardo diaries [NL] 70. Every binder needs a few dividers [NL] 71. And the lucky winner is . . . [NL] 72. Decoding the codices [NL] 73. Say cheese! [NL] 74. It's like looking in a mirror [NL] 75. Write to the point [NL] 76. Bringing down the house Part 5: Who, What, Where, and What Else [NL] 77. Michelangelo: The Renaissance's "other great artist" [NL] 78. The young master Raphael [NL] 79. Boticelli on a half-shell [NL] 80. Titian: his own personal giant [NL] 81. Machiavelli: the literary prince of the Renaissance [NL] 82. Talking about a religious revolution [NL] 83. Center of the universe [NL] 84. Where in the world is Leonardo da Vinci? [NL] 85. Leonardo on the analyst's couch Part 6: The Writing on the Wall [NL] 86. Vegetable soup for a gentle soul [NL] 87. Highly personal accusations [NL] 88. Amigos, compadres . . . lovers? [NL] 89. Let's talk about sex [NL] 90. Warning: genius at work [NL] 91. Minor errors of a major genius [NL] 92. Why be normal? [NL] 93. Crazy like a fox [NL] 94. More than meets the eye [NL] 95. "R-e-s-p-e-c-t" [NL] 96. Sincerest form of flattery [NL] 97. A horse of a different color [NL] 98. In the beginning, there was religion [NL] 99. It's all in the name! [NL] 100. In sickness and in health [NL] 101. Leonardo da Vinci: the Renaissance Man Works Cited
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Leonardo, da Vinci, 1452-1519.
Artists -- Italy -- Biography.
Scientists -- Italy -- Biography.