Would you recognize a genius if you saw him just walking down the street? Do you think that that you could be successful in life if you had no formal education? Would you spend all your waking hours dreaming up outrageous inventions and machines? If you had lived in Italy over 400 years ago—most townspeople in Florence would have rolled their eyes and chuckled—why, yes! That’s famous artist Leonardo da Vinci, of course!
Look, there he goes, off to test his latest invention: a flying machine! Everyone wants to know why isn’t he content as a magnificent artist? Quick, catch his cape and hold on! Let’s go follow this man reputed to be the genius of his generation. And, 400 years later, you will agree. Yes, that’s Leonardo da Vinci!
Famous Artist Leonardo da Vinci Show Notes
- 1:50 da Vinci’s Notebooks
- 3:47 The Mona Lisa and The Last Supper
- 4:31 Salvator Mundi
- 5:45 da Vinci’s Discoveries and Inventions
You might also like:
- Nana’s da Vinci Mona Lisa lesson is in the Famous Artists series exclusive to the You ARE an Artist Complete Clubhouse
- Leonardo da Vinci was also a famous inventor. Nana’s Inventors art lessons are here.
- The Last Supper is a lesson included in Nana’s I Drew It Then I Knew It New Testament set of lessons – in our shop and in the You ARE an Artist Complete Clubhouse.
- And be sure to join Nana in our FREE You ARE an Artist Facebook group and our community on Instagram and all the social media as well.
Nana is passionate about helping you realize you ARE an artist! Not only an artist with chalk pastels but with homeschooling, creative spaces, favorite family recipes and more. Nana also enjoys chatting – especially about art. If you have followed along with any of her You ARE an Artist video art lessons, you know that. She also enjoys sharing photos and thoughts on topics while she is being creative in her studio space on her back porch. That is where she will be chatting with you – from her back porch. It’s Nana’s You ARE an Artist Podcast!
-Special thanks to Erin Vincent and her artists for the beautiful photos. Visit her at Nourishing My Scholar.