5th Centennial of the Genius da Vinci - the Face
On occasion of the fifth centennial of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, Patrimoni d’Arte has decided to create two low reliefs in his honour, both hand-carved by Maurizio Carnevali. The focus of this low relief, as its title suggests, is Leonardo da Vinci’s face: architect, sculptor, scientist, illustrator, author of treatises, scenographer, anatomist, musician, and inventor – Leonardo is still considered one of the greatest geniuses humankind has ever seen,,thanks to the revolution he has brought to visual arts and to the history of ideas and of science.
Apart from the famous works of art illustrated in the other low relief dedicated to Leonardo, among which the Last Supper and the Vitruvian Man, Leonardo is also remembered for other masterpieces, such as the Mona Lisa, the Annunciation, the Virgin of the Rocks and the Lady with an Ermine.
• Low relief in bronze-like in oxidised green gold glaze
• Format: 500 mm x 350 mm.
• Patrimoni d’Arte engraved stamp.
• Weight 2,5 kg.
• Limited edition of 49 low reliefs plus 6 ad personam ones with an authentic sanguine proof copy (offered by the artist to Patrimoni d’Arte)