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Da Vinci is known for being an inventor and an artist, but most of all, he was an excellent observer. This lecture provides fascinating insights into da Vinci’s way of working and shows how innovation mainly arises from constantly being curious and wanting to improve the existing. Michael also talks about Da Vinci’s art and addresses why Leonardo’s most famous painting, was unknown and undervalued until it was stolen in the early 20th century and suddenly became the most iconic painting in the world.
Professor Kwakkelstein is director of the Dutch University Institute for Art History in Florence and Professor of Art History.
Leonardo da Vinci