Leonardo the Artist-Scientist and His Notebooks With Carmen C. Bambach

Leonardo da Vinci (1552–1519) has been especially popularized as the universal genius of the Renaissance for his activity as artist and scientist. Carmen C. Bambach, Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will attempt to explain some of Leonardo’s methods and innovations, based on an examination of his extant notebooks and practices, and how he was perceived historically. The exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: Treasures from the Biblioteca Reale, Turin, will be open at 5:30 pm for lecture attendees. This lecture is co-organized by the Morgan Drawing Institute.











When: Thu., December 19, 2013 at 6:30 pm
Where: Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Ave.
212-685-0008
Price: $15
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Leonardo da Vinci (1552–1519) has been especially popularized as the universal genius of the Renaissance for his activity as artist and scientist. Carmen C. Bambach, Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will attempt to explain some of Leonardo’s methods and innovations, based on an examination of his extant notebooks and practices, and how he was perceived historically. The exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: Treasures from the Biblioteca Reale, Turin, will be open at 5:30 pm for lecture attendees. This lecture is co-organized by the Morgan Drawing Institute.

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