Leonardo da Vinci, the first protagonist of the triennium of Centenaries (2019-2020-2021) is one of the great symbols of Italian identity. A character constantly projected to overcome their physical and mental boundaries realizing projects unthinkable for the knowledge of the time.
Patrimoni d'Arte on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the death of the Great Genius creates a bronze medal dedicated to him.
The back of the bronze medal made by our company on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the death of the Great Genius, represents the Vitruvian Man, a drawing in pen and ink on paper (34.4 x 24.5 cm) by Leonardo da Vinci, kept in the Cabinet of Drawings and Prints of the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice. A famous representation of the ideal proportions of the human body, it seeks to demonstrate how it can be harmoniously inscribed in the two "perfect" figures of the circle, representing Heaven, divine perfection, and the square, symbolizing the Earth. The front of the work depicts Leonardo's face and the words "V CENTENARIO".
Technical featuresDiameter: 90 mm.
Thickness: 10 mm.
Weight: 200 g approx.
Material: high quality bronze.
Equipped with certificate of authenticity and numbering.
The medal is accompanied by a study book.
Engraving artist: Manolo Rodriguez.
Single and limited edition of 99 pieces..