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Vitruvian

In the style of architecture recorded by Vitruvius, a first century B.C. Roman architect and engineer, who wrote about the components and rules of design in a series of ten books, De Architectura; translations of this treatise have been a reference for designers in the Classical styles.
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New Delhi [India], Oct 24 ( ANI ): As part of a research revelation like the origin of zero or Fibonacci series from India, Oxford scholar Ashish Jaiswal in his book 'fluid', has proposed that the celebrated drawing 'The Vitruvian Man' by Leonardo Da Vinci may actually have its roots in India.
Rujazzle's Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci and, top, The Skating Minister by Henry Raeburn
Da Vinci has done many other great paintings (The Last Supper, The Vitruvian Man, Lady with an Ermine and so on and so forth) but why does no other work draw so much curiosity?
Whether applied flatly against more detailed depictions of meteor-like shapes or against a reinterpretation of Da Vinci's Vitruvian man, or even a rendition of the famous photograph of Einstein with his tongue out, that blue radiates an eerie sense of calmness.
Whether this pentagonal construction relates to other geometric figures that he developed, such as the Vitruvian Man, is unclear.
- Kronsegler's da Vinci automatic mechanical watch KS 745 combines art with function by featuring a rotating 24-dial of Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man with the figure's head indicating the current time.
According to the (http://www.rgj.com/story/life/arts/burning-man/2016/08/29/oops-burning-man-stuck-upside-down-without-head/89571622/) Reno Gazette-Journal (RGJ) , this year's sculpture - which is inspired by the Vitruvian Man - is stuck upside-down.
With inventive metaphors drawn from the arts -- ranging from Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man to Hamlet -- the book makes a clear case for "a way of being in the world that one can come to take on as lightly and unoppressively as a smile or a style."
This idea is reflected in the Conference logo showing a microscopic view of fibres that symbolically surround a Vitruvian man.
The classic Vitruvian Man, a figure study by Leonardo da Vinci (c 1509) illustrating the proportional canon laid down by the Classical Roman architect Vitruvius, seems to be hidden in Rahikainen's self portraits which, with one glance does not differ that much of the other collages.
It was Leonardo DaVinci's "Vitruvian Man'' that inspired the basic shape of "Kosmos: Keeper of the Universe,'' he said, adding that he also drew from the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro.