Words of Wisdom: Leonardo Da Vinci

by Matthew Innis |

“One painter ought never to imitate the manner of any other;  because in that case he cannot be called a child of Nature, but the grandchild.  It is always best to have recourse to Nature, which is replete with such abundance of objects, than to production of other masters, who learnt everything from her.”  …

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