V Centenary of the Great Genius – The Face

 
 
 
 

On the occasion of the fifth centenary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, our company has decided to dedicate two low-reliefs, both carved and finished entirely by hand by Maestro Maurizio Carnevali.

The protagonist of this first low-relief, as its title suggests, is precisely the face of Leonardo da Vinci: architect, sculptor, scientist, designer, treatise, set designer, anatomist, musician, designer and inventor, Leonardo is still considered one of the greatest geniuses of humanity, both for the revolution of the figurative arts and the history of thought and science. In addition to the famous works described in the other low relief dedicated to him, including Il Cenacolo and the Vitruvian Man, Leonardo is remembered for other important masterpieces such as La Gioconda, The Last Supper, The Annunciation, The Virgin of the Rocks and La Dama with an ermine.

 
 
 
 
FEATURES

Bas-relief in bronze-like with antique oxidized green gold patina.
Dimensions: 500 mm x 350 mm.
Dry Stamp Heritage Art.
Average weight: 2.5 kg.
Circulation: 49 specimens + 6ad personam with autograph study sheet in sanguine (personal tribute of the artist to the Patrimoni d’Arte).


 
FEATURES

Bas-relief in bronze-like with antique oxidized green gold patina.
Dimensions: 500 mm x 350 mm.
Dry Stamp Heritage Art.
Average weight: 2.5 kg.
Circulation: 49 specimens + 6ad personam with autograph study sheet in sanguine (personal tribute of the artist to the Patrimoni d’Arte).


 

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