Leonardo da Vinci wasn't just an artist, he also was a scientist and the Vitruvian Man is the ideal example for this statement. It perfectly shows da Vinci's understanding of proportions and is a great way to see how much he loved – and was interested in – both, art and science. You want a piece of da Vinci in your home? Well, how about this fantastic da Vinci The Vitruvian Man Canvas Print?
The Vitruvian Man is a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci from around 1490 and includes notes by the architect Vitruvius. The drawing was made in ink and pen on paper and shows a man in two positions, with his legs and arms apart, generally known as the 'Canon of Proportions'. It surely is one of his most recognised pieces and has been merchandised countless times.
The construction and assembly of our canvases with a 2cm strong wooden frame is completely done by hand. The aluminum wall hanging brackets are supplied, depending on size the amount of hanging brackets variates.
- Print on high quality canvas, 65% polyester and 35% cotton
- High color intensity, saturation and durable.
- The canvas surface does make the image come to life.
- No glare due to matt surface.
- Frame completely made of 100% spruce.