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Created by the legendary Leonardo da Vinci in 1492, the Vitruvian Man is a masterpiece of art and science. The drawing shows a male figure in two superimposed positions, with his arms and legs positioned to follow the geometry of a circle and a square. This iconic image represents the harmony between the human body and the universe, as described by the ancient Roman architect Vitruvius. A symbol of Renaissance art and scientific research, The Vitruvian Man is a must-have painting for anyone who appreciates the beauty and complexity of the human form.

Vitruvian Man (circa 1492) - Leonardo da Vinci

  • - Sizes:

    • 9" x 12" / 23 cm x 30,5 cm
    • 12" x 16" / 30,5 cm x 40,7 cm
    • 18" x 24" / 30,5 cm x 61 cm
    • 24" x 32" / 61 cm x 61 cm
    • dept/dikte 0,75" / 1,90 cm

    - Hook already made on the back of the frame

    - Made of sustainable pine wood

    - Canvas made of highly durable cotton and polyester (9.82 oz/yd² (333 g/m²)) with patented coting for vibrant colors.

    - Rubber circles on the back of the frame for better support.

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