Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci an Italian polymath was believed to be born in the year 1452. He is famous in history of art and was known as great painter if his time. His most famous artistic work include: the Monalisa, the last supper, the vitruvian man and others. This man was known for his high intellect and great insights. He had an IQ of 220 which is high as compared to the IQ of an average man.
This great man is also known to be a sculptor, scientist, botanist, writer, architect, mathematician and musician, the list is endless. He was extremely intelligent beyond measure. His insights and way of thinking amazed many.
Da Vinci is also known for his mind blowing quotes including:
"A beautiful body perishes, but a work of art dies not"
"Learning never exhausts the mind"
"While I thought that I was learning to live, I have been learning how to die"
Below are Da Vinci's most famous works of art until today. A piece of art by da Vinci cost's billion of dollars.
Mona Lisa (1503)
The Last Supper ( 1498)
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