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by Serge Bramly
Author: Serge Bramly
Publisher: Lattès J.-C. (May 15, 2003)
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Léonard De Vinci book. The main character was obviously, Leonardo da Vinci. In this book Bramly describes da Vinci's entire life from birth to death, in vivid detail
Léonard De Vinci book. In this book Bramly describes da Vinci's entire life from birth to death, in vivid detail. The beginning of the book starts out with describing how da Vinci grew up, and how he was introduced to art. "Leonardo was born in 1452-on Saturday, April 15, at 10:30 pm, to be precise" (Bramly 37). That quote states the day da Vinci was born, giving the exact time. Leonardo: The Artist and the Man by Serge Bramly is a biography about Leonardo da Vinci.
Une des biographies les plus captivantes que j'ai lues ces dernières années. John Carey, Sunday Times.
L�onard de Vinci (NV �dition). Léonard de Vinci: Biographie (Essais et documents). Unknown Binding, 508 pages. Published April 11th 2012 by JC Lattès.
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Published by Distribooks Inc (2005)
Published by Distribooks Inc (2005). ISBN 10: 2253052582 ISBN 13: 9782253052586.
I found this book very helpful in dispelling some of the myths that Brown advocates, such as the nature of the two "Virgin Of The Rocks," the mysterious knife in "The Last Supper," and several hypothesis of "The Mona Lisa. By the way, there is no mention of the Priory of Sion. Bramly is very engaging.