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Wikimedia of Art, Widener Collection, Leonardo da Vinci? This Intriguingly, there is confusion among scholars as to the two portrait conirms the same features large protruding nose, small Biancas. Bianca Giovanna Sforza was advanced by Kemp as chin as in the other two pictures by Predis and Conti, as well as the sitter of our drawing, but oddly, Bianca Maria Sforza was ruling out the similarity with La Bella Principessa and the portrait advanced by Prof.
Vezzosi, and endorsed by Nicholas Turner. It seems that the two distinct identiications of the sitter in La Cartwright concluded that the portrait in the Pinacoteca Am- Bella Principessa went so far unnoticed, yet they indicate an im- brosiana showed Bianca Giovanna Sforza, and the companion portant contradiction within the attribution.
Bianca Maria Sforza picture, her husband: And the German critic, Dr. This picture has been called by many names, and A hypothesis for the identiication of the sitter might also be sug- ascribed to many different hands. It has been described in turn gested in passing: This handsome man of thirty, in would praise her beauty rather than her character.
Her husband later praised her Migliorotti — , a musician who worked in his studio. The timing is right: Galeazzo would have been about 28—32 years old, which is likely, look- ing at the sitter. Be- cause of his great charm and his courteous manners, Galeazzo was considered an ideal knight following the principles of Bal- dassare Castiglione.
The suggestion by the German critic Dr. I would also agree with this opinion, because another argu- ment stands out in favour of this theory. The painting or a copy after it? We can see the unu- sually wide and square shape of the face, the strong square jaw, 5. In all probability this could be the same man, por- trayed about twelve years later, aged The chronicles of the period speak of Sanseverino at the court of Innsbruck as always it is not a head but a bust, and the face is not raised.
As communicated to me in the Ambrosiana portrait looks considerably older. The sketch shows a head of a young man, and the face siege of Novara in According to her, his hair and eyebrows is indeed raised. In my opinion, it most probably shows Atalante. On the contrary, it is probable wood walnut , and they are traditionally paired. On the other that another work, Portrait of a Lady, dated c.
The proile of La Bella Principessa is we know, but the two men look quite different. It should also be noted Anna Sforza to compare it to. Arguments against the Attribution to Leonardo The Warsaw Sforziad Hypothesis and the actual text begins on the beautifully decorated page fo- lio 7, where there is also the title of the work.
It has been pro- frontispiece page is now marked in pencil as number 6, as the posed by Martin Kemp that the drawing of La Bella Principessa blank page at the beginning of the book is not counted. This in was taken out of the luxury copy of the codex now in Warsaw. It also contains one richly illuminated frontispiece one with border illuminations by Giovan Pietro Birago on the irst by Giovan Pietro Birago. Kemp additionally wrote: In response to this argument, frivolous scene of putti, who have their eyes covered and their we have to ask: It is most interesting that.
There are no references to the child in the frontispiece. The irst detailed study of La Sforziada in Warsaw, Lon- in January , so perhaps another plausible hypothesis could don and Paris was written by Horodyski in I will quote the be that the London Sforziad was illuminated by Birago in Polish scholar extensively, because his iconographic reading of for Ludovico and his wife, on the occasion of their wedding? Six minated by Giovan Pietro Birago. It is now said to have been folios are missing, unless Horodyski made a mistake.
Arguments against the Attribution to Leonardo 7. Front page of the Warsaw Sforziad annotated by hand, Warsaw, 8. The National Library of Poland Library. The book was Galeazzo and Ludovico , and two smaller trees — two children illuminated by Birago in , and another plausible hypothesis with dark faces. Horodyski said on the matter of children: Unquestionably these are two natural children of Ludovico, who at the time of creation of the miniature did not yet have a lawful wife. The Warsaw Sforziad [ In the boat, at the helm, we see a black pear in the right and left borders.
McGrath also saw in the mixed man Moro , and a passenger who is Gian Galeazzo. In view of race couple on the left a reference to the bride and groom. There is yet another hypothesis. But what was not men- graphic reading of the Warsaw Sforziad, a fact which was not tioned is that Bianca looks a lot smaller than Galeazzo, more mentioned by Kemp or Wright. He also noted a shield between further on, these emblems were identiied very differently by the dolphins: Wright also noted emblems of many other person- Aragon, in the second ield half of the cross from the arms of ages from the Sforza family, such as Francesco, Galeazzo Maria, Milan.
The relevant efigy is not there, rately: Sforziad that was speciically printed on vellum for the marriage Horodyski, on the Sforziad in Warsaw: In fact, the wedding between Galeazzo di Sanseveri- Gian Galeazzo is missing […]. At the time of the making of the no and Bianca Sforza took place not in , as commonly miniature Galeazzo was already dead.
In this case also becomes under- date of the Warsaw copy of the Sforziad Why would standable the rain of tears lowing down to the handkerchief […]. There ed to Galeazzo di Sanseverino shortly after — But in would thus be no reason to insert a picture of his wife Bianca in —, Bianca Sforza was only 8—9 years old she was born the manuscript. If ever there was such an illumination in the book, it would surely have to face a blank page or be done in another technique, such as tempera.
Furthermore, on the left well away from the edge. De Predis, however, was not just a painter, but also a miniaturist, unlike Leonardo. The National Library [Fig. For- What was written on the verso? This important physical aspect it and it shows The difference is 0.
Kemp inaccurately wrote about the thermore pointed out that the drawing was made on the wrong dimensions of the Sforziad in Warsaw: We can therefore say that the current dimensions face of the hide and its darkened, somewhat yellowish colour of the portrait and the folios are very close. If they were untrimmed, why are their dimensions This could of course also indicate that the vellum was not smaller than the pages of the Sforziad?
Yet the draw- the drawing is also unusually made on the inferior hair side.
It of the signiicantly larger by 2 cm folios of the Sforziads. It is surpris- Foliation and Stitching Holes ing that Kemp never mentioned or explained the rough aspect of the support, especially since photos in his book, taken in raking Kemp wrote the following about the binding of the Sforziad: Moreover, Geddo spotted hand writing on the other smooth Indeed, in the case of the Warsaw book, it is possible to demon- side of the vellum, which for some reason nobody else has men- strate that one folio and a complete sheet have been removed, tioned since: Arguments against the Attribution to Leonardo the physical characteristics of the remaining sheets in the irst quire.
The most notable match is between the stitch holes in the vellum of the portrait and those in the book. There is an obvious difference. The current stitching of the vol- ume involves ive holes, whereas there are only three holes now visible along the left margin of La Bella Principessa. However these three holes correspond very closely to the corresponding ones in the book. The different number of stitching holes may result from the un- tidy way the left margin of the portrait folio has been cut, or from two intermediate stitches being added when the book was later rebound in standard Zamoyski livery.
The former explanation is the more likely. Moreover, it is not quite true that the holes in the drawing or the Warsaw Sforziad are irregularly spaced. If we examine the digital copy online, and I have also measured the distances between the holes in Warsaw, we can see that the holes are fairly regular- ly spaced, at a distance of about 5.
The stitching in the Warsaw book has ive holes. In Paris it has seven holes, but it was rebound. Yet the London Sforziad The stitching in the Warsaw Sforziad. The National Library has its original covers, so the binding could be original. There of Poland is therefore no reason why the drawing of La Bella Principessa would have only three holes. Also the holes in the drawing are quite large and away from the edge of the vellum. If the drawing The portait [sic! The portrait [sic!
Kemp and Cotte have also tried to work out where the Leon- ardo drawing might have itted in the Warsaw Sforziad. Their Then: Kemp wrote: The former appears more It is apparent from the comparison of the irst quires of the War- likely. The blank facing pages were introduced in both cases to saw and Paris versions that a complete blank sheet sheet [sic!
There are indeed no signs of pigment transfer on to the print- noted had been excised.
This is not quite what can be seen online. The general and logical princi- This is not quite correct; what was showing on page ple is that the irst quires all start with one blank folio, and then was part of the new binding, also visible in many other places.
Then they In conclusion, we must say that the most likely iconograph- end with two completely blank folios to precede the Birago illu- ic reading of the Birago frontispiece in the Warsaw Sforziad by mination, which starts the next quire. The blank pages fols. All the copies of the Sforziad were frontispieces, as in the other copies in London and Paris.
More importantly, the at any time, if cut out from the codex. It is hard to believe that moved from a period manuscript would be the perfect material this would happen in the case of a work by Leonardo.
Moreover, for making a forgery or an imitation.
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National Library in Warsaw kindly provided me with information In view of all the above the hypothesis of La Bella Principes- as to which folios of the Sforziad are missing: Firstly he admitted: Coloured chalks were, however, later. Then he added: His pupils at a later date also used coloured chalks, for ex- of a missing page. Here is the relevant in It is also strange that he did not consider together or pressed paper pulp. As we have seen, the date of niques and strokes perhaps it was retouched at a later date?
In the region of the other problem with this dating. Both these facts seem to length as the nose. Indeed, the pose The often quoted passage fol.
The nose is too short and the neck is The original text in Italian, according to Kemp: His own translation into English: Arguments against the Attribution to Leonardo The execution of or an anatomical drawing. As to painted portraits by Leonardo, La Bella Principessa is hard and formal the line of the proile is none are in full proile, unlike those of his pupils such as de uniform and regular , unlike the sfumato and softness of contours Predis or Boltrafio.
Continually refining the senses, especially sight, as the means to enliven experience Homework 1. Embracing ambiguity, paradox and uncertainty Activity 4: Assessing Sfumato Activity 5: Cultivating grace, ambidexterity, fitness and poise Homework 3. Connessione Assessment Activity 9: What You Will Learn: By participating in this seminar, you will be able to: Different people take notes differently. You can also collect your questions on page 32 and then call in your question during the question and answer period at the end of the program.
Let your arms dangle loosely. Some of the concepts presented in this seminar may ask you to stretch the scope of your thinking. Jot down any questions that come to mind during the presentation and fax or email them. Begin by sitting erect with your back straight and your head centered above the torso. Since the purpose of this exercise is to help tension fall away. If you are a super stenographer who always catches the content verbatim. This has been accommodated by providing blank space for notes without ruled lines.
Repeat this for a minute or two. To get the most out of this program. On the other hand.
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Learning is not a passive activity. Envision the air entering and leaving your body. Pages have been identified with key words to act as cues for your notes. You can absorb a lot by just looking and listening.
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If you are accustomed to writing notes out. Rest your hands on your thighs or knees with your elbows close to your body. If you usually doodle your way through notes. Then exhale at a slightly more rapid rate and breathe in slowly again. The "recommended reading" list begins on page Throughout the seminar there will be opportunities to participate in activities designed to reinforce the learning.
These are important skill-builders that will help you internalize the Da Vinci principles. Although you will be pressed for time.
New York. If you begin each activity it will be easier for you to return later to those that you could not complete. Because there is not enough time during the seminar to practice each of the Da Vinci principles. You will find a wealth of post-presentation activities beginning on page He was a painter whose masterpieces still influence artists today and delight all who see them. Five centuries later. Leonardo Da Vinci has a message: If you are willing to apply yourself.
He was an astronomer. When we speak of "continuous learning". Leonardo Da Vinci. People in organizations are being called upon to develop competencies that will enlarge their own scope and will yield innovation and productivity for their organizations. In today's global marketplace. Da Vinci's ideas have re-emerged as the buzzwords of management theory.
For these people. How did he achieve all this? Da Vinci himself has recorded his methods and has described how to think. The phrase "Renaissance man". You don't have to be a genius to think like one: Leonardo Da Vinci: Maximizing Our Potential. Committing to test knowledge through experience. Continually refining the senses. I keep a journal to record insights and questions.
Your desire to learn and develop your natural abilities is the fountain from which all Da Vincian practices will flow. I always look it up.
I am skilled at identifying and solving problems. I am a voracious reader. I solicit feedback from friends. Begin by answering the questions below. I love learning. Your answers will indicate how well you are already using your curiosita. I seek out new perspectives when facing an important decision. I am always learning something new.
I take adequate time for reflection. When I hear a new word. Approaching life with insatiable curiosity and an unrelenting quest for continuous learning: Assessing Your Curiosita Your curiosita is what brought you to this seminar.
Enlist the help of colleagues and associates. Curiosita Skill Builder: Why… and What if"? Think of a real problem or question that you are concerned with in your work or within your organization. Then select one or more scenarios. Write your question or problem statement below. Some cues have been provided to stimulate your thinking.
Record all scenarios. Once the problem has been explored. What have you learned about your question or problem from asking these questions? Summarize your insights below. Willing to make mistakes: Write your answer here: For each question.
Embracing ambiguity. Mona Lisa: Ambiguity and uncertainty: Assessing Sfumato In this activity you will be assessing the degree to which you embrace ambiguity. In the following list. A total less than 30 indicates a strong need to develop your ability to "go up in smoke" if you want to think like Leonardo Da Vinci.
I am comfortable with ambiguity. Write down an important goal you accomplished at work. Then list three or more of your personal strengths. It is useful to explore the paradoxes in our everyday lives. List at least three of your personal weaknesses.
Activity 1: Cultivate Confusion Endurance: The Sfumato principle asks us to sharpen our senses in the face of paradox and embrace creative tension. Skill Building Here are two activities aimed at strengthening your Sfumato skills. For example: Select one of them to get started on during the seminar.
How do goal and process relate? Were you alone? What kind of input preceded the breakthrough? Did you have to take a break? How long a break? Do you have a strong faith in your creative process?
Give examples of success. Trace the process. Joy and sorrow. Activity 2: Making space for incubation: When do you get your best ideas? Think of a moment of creative breakthrough. In the first section of our program. Balancing science and art. Whole-brain thinking: I am almost always on time. Analysis is one of my strengths. I like details. I like lists. I write clearly. I rely on logic. I love to doodle. I am good at brainstorming. I often say or do the unexpected.
I start a book at page 1 and read in order. Circle a value from 1 to 5 for each statement. I am skilled at math. Friends describe me as articulate. I am organized and disciplined. See how you do on this next list: I am highly imaginative. I was better at geometry than algebra. I often lose track of time. I look at the big picture. Was that your result? Of course. I rely on intuition.
Looking at your own answers. I read a book by skipping around. But having a proclivity toward one hemisphere points at the opportunity to bring the brain in balance.
Printing is easier to read and remember than writing. By doing this. Key words are the information-rich "nuggets" of recall and creative association.
This maximizes clarity of association and encourages economy of space. Drawing a picture or symbol stimulates your right hemisphere and strengthens your ability to think creatively about your subject. Starting at the center opens your mind to a full degrees of association. By linking words with lines "branches". The discipline of one word per line also trains you to focus on the most appropriate key word. Choosing key words exercises your analytical "left brain" and helps you find the essence of your subject.
Pictures and symbols are much easier to remember than words.
You might. Pictures and images.
Mind maps record in detail where you've been. Mind maps let you organize your material logically and even sequentially. Begin by creating a mind map in the space below of what you have learned so far in this seminar: Write down a problem at work you would like to solve: Practice this important skill. Share the mind mapping technique with colleagues and associates and enlist their help in using a mind map to define and solve this problem.
You will find a valuable mind-mapping post-presentation activity on page Fitness and grace: Cultivating grace. My life goals and work are integrated with my values.
I can articulate systems dynamics —patterns. I frequently make connections other people miss. Answer these questions on a scale of I enjoy analogies and metaphors.
At times I feel connected with all creation. Connessione Assessment The ability to see the interconnectedness of things. Which organization are you exploring? Chronic maladies? Growing pains? Life threatening disease? You can practice making connections by using the body metaphor to explore the dynamics of your organization. Connessione Skill Builder Metaphors and analogies are useful ways to make connections that are not otherwise apparent. Please write clearly. We learned that some of the most modern ideas about creativity and high performance were actually formulated centuries ago by a great genius.
Michael Gelb helped us learn from Leonardo by explaining the "seven steps to genius every day": Before tackling these. Post-Presentation Activities During this seminar there was not enough time to assess and build skills relating to all seven of the Da Vinci principles.
Beginning on the next page you will find a series of activities that will augment the work you did during the seminar. You will note that some of those also have post-presentation components. A wealth of exercises has been provided for your use both during the presentation and afterward.
But through rigor and dedicated application. Michael Gelb explained the method for using these seven principles. With this knowledge and these tools at your disposal. Not everyone can be a genius. Friends would describe me as alert. I am sensitive to subtle changes in lighting. I can sing on key. I can tell when someone is singing off-key. I like doodling and drawing. I can distinguish the melody from the bass line in a piece of music.
I know the color of all my friends' eyes. I know what all the controls on my stereo system are for and can hear the difference when I adjust them. Hearing Friends describe me as a good listener.
As before. Begin by ticking off the checklists below to help identify where your senses are most developed and which senses need more work. Assessing Sensazione Think of the time in the past year when you felt most alive. Chances are that you can conjure up all the images and sensations associated with that event. I am good at describing a scene in detail. In the pages that follow you will find some suggestions for activities and exercises designed to develop your Sensazione.
I look out into the far horizon and up to the sky at least once a day. I enjoy silence. I am attuned to subtle changes in a speaker's voice tone. I am sensitive as to whether they harmonize or clash.
Vision When different colors and hues are side by side. I am sensitive to noise. By refining your Sensazione. I listen to jazz or classical music regularly. I can picture things clearly in my mind's eye. Touch I am aware of the "feel" of the surfaces that surround me daily. Friends say I give great hugs. I am aware of the role of synesthesia in the thinking of great artists and scientists. I can discern the flavor contributions of different herbs and spices in a complex dish. When I touch someone.
I usually take a few moments to breathe in their aroma. I intuitively understand which colors are "cold" and which are "hot. I know how to use aromas to influence my mood. I am sensitive to the quality of fabric that I wear. Synesthesia I enjoy describing one sense in terms of another. Smell I have a favorite scent What is it? Why do I like it? What does it remind me of? Smells affect my emotions strongly. I eat consciously. I seek out unusual taste experiences. I avoid eating on the run.
I know how to listen with my hands. I can tell if they are tense or relaxed. My experience of one sense affects all my other senses. Taste I can taste the "freshness" of fresh foods.
I like to touch and be touched. I enjoy many different types of cuisine. I can recognize friends by their scent. I can reliably judge the quality of food or wine by its aroma. When I see fresh flowers. I am a good cook. I avoid junk food.
I can sense which of these sounds. I enjoy participating in taste tests and wine tastings.
How do you feel when you soften your eyes? Write down your impressions. Pick out a specific element of the far horizon and focus on it for a few seconds. Breathe deeply. Do not rub your eyes! Then gently open your eyes and look around. Now rub your palms together vigorously for about twenty seconds. This is a very simple and valuable exercise that you can practice many times each day. Sit at a desk in a quiet. If you wear glasses. Focus Near and Far. Stop moving your fingers when you can no longer see them with your peripheral vision.
In addition to enlivening your eyes and expanding your perception. Look at something close to you.
The Eye-Palming Exercise. Place your index fingers together at eye level about twelve inches from your face. Resting your elbows lightly on the desk. Looking straight ahead. Do not touch the eyeball or put pressure on the sides of your nose. Keep your feet squarely on the floor and sit so that you are supported by the bones at the bottom of your pelvis. Bring your fingers back to center and do the same exercise with the vertical plane. Note the way this exercise affects your mind and body XO percent of your eyes' light receptors are designed for peripheral vision.
Now "soften" your eyes by relaxing the muscles of your forehead. When you are ready to finish. And we take about Make "Smells" a Theme for a Day. Layered Listening. On a blank page. Seek out unusual or intense aromas. Surrounded by noises from televisions. Our five million olfactory cells can sniff out one molecule of an odor-causing substance in one part per trillion of air. Spend half an hour at your favorite florists.
Perfumers categorize smells as floral roses. Enjoy a few full deep exhalations. Use these terms and make up your own descriptors as you explore the following exercises. Describe what you smell. Sounds of your breathing. But most people have a very limited vocabulary for describing aromatic experience: Try the following exercises to "tune up" your auditory sense.
Aim to increase your discrimination and appreciation for smell by expanding your olfactory vocabulary. Inhale the aroma of ten different perfumes. Practice listening for the spaces between sounds— in music. Record what you smell and how it affects you through the course of a day. Listen for Silence. First you'll hear the loudest. Find a place of complete silence. Make a scent-centered visit to your nearest zoo. Most people find that smell has a powerful effect on their emotions and memory.
Breathe in the smell of the surrounding air. In the manner of your most beloved canine acquaintance. Every sound and every silence provides an opportunity to deepen auditory attunement. Keep moving your awareness deeper into the next layer and then the next. Reflect on the origins of the meal you are about to enjoy.
Blindfold Touch. Yet Leonardo lamented that most people "touch without feeling. Assemble a range of items with distinctive aromas.While he was gone, King Louis made his move. You will find a valuable mind-mapping post-presentation activity on page He even created hidden water jets that sprayed visitors as they passed by.
A stage designer? The "recommended reading" list begins on page I frequently make connections other people miss. In his new will, he left everything to Leonardo. Leonardo da Vinci later completed this seated figure, Drapery Study on Linen.
Joseph d. Filled with marvelous exercises for increasing self-knowledge.