Leonardo’s sculpture in Spanish: ‘We all die’
Leonardo da Vinci’s famed masterpiece, the Mona Lisa, has inspired countless artists to explore their own visions of beauty and artistry.
Here are 10 sculptures that have made a lasting impression on artists and the world.1.
The “Gone With The Wind” Tambourine: Leonardo da Silva (1474-1513) is one of the most famous painters of the 20th century.
He was also an avid gardener and artist.
Leonardo da Caprio (1889-1952) and his wife Francesco were married to Leonardo da Verdi, who inspired the legendary painting, “The Tamburini” in the 14th century and inspired the painting of the same name by Leonardo da Vittori in 1611.
The Tamburello was one of Leonardo’s most famous works.2.
The Statue of Liberty: Liberty, who was the first female president of the United States, was the daughter of a slave owner and a political activist.
She was the granddaughter of a Spanish explorer who was also a slave trader.
She became the first woman president in the United Nations, and is now the first U.S. president to be assassinated.3.
The Great Pyramid of Giza: The Great Pyramids of Gizet, Giza, Egypt, are among the largest pyramids in the world and a popular tourist attraction.
The pyramids were built by the ancient Egyptians about 5,500 years ago, and they are considered one of ancient Egypt’s most significant works of art.4.
The Taj Mahal: This massive, three-storey structure, built by architect J.G. Ballard in 1912, is one the world’s tallest structures.
Its design was inspired by the Taj Mahals in India, but its inspiration was the ancient Hindu gods, Vishnu and Shiva.5.
The Golden Buddha: This golden statue of Buddha has become an iconic symbol of Buddhism, and it is still worshipped around the world as a symbol of spiritual enlightenment.
The Buddha, a Buddhist monk, was born in the Buddhist holy city of Theravada, in modern-day India.6.
The Eiffel Tower: In 1919, the Eiffels Tower was built by Gustave Eiffelin and his team, who were inspired by Leonardo’s work.
The tower was named after Leonardo’s wife, Francesca.
The design of the tower was based on a depiction of a sun-god with a golden crown, which inspired a number of other towers around the globe.7.
The Temple of Venus: This Roman-era monument, the Temple of the Virgin Mary, is located in Rome and is considered one the most significant Roman architectural sites.
The monument is one in a series of mosaics created by the Italian Renaissance painter, Andrea del Pozzo.8.
The Sphinx of Gizeh: This colossal statue of Giseh the Great was discovered in 1922 by archaeologist Paul Schlosser.
It is the largest surviving statue of a male god in the Giza Plateau, which is also the location of the Great Pyramid.9.
The Basilica of Santa Maria della Minerva: This Gothic cathedral is located on the island of Santa María in the Canary Islands.
It was built in the 15th century by the Franciscan order, and was named for St. Martin of Tours.10.
The Colosseum: The Colossi are a Roman military camp at the center of ancient Rome that were used as a venue for Roman games and entertainment.
The first major battle of the Roman Empire was fought at Colosceum in 79 B.C.
The Statue of Happiness: This sculpture was discovered by an Italian scientist in 1881 and was later exhibited at the U.N. in New York.
It depicts the Virgin of Guadalupe, a figure who represents happiness.
The statue is one from a group of sculptures that were part of the Colossoa collection, which was discovered during a research project.