By Eugène Müntz
"Studying nature with ardour, and all of the independence right to his personality, he couldn't fail to mix precision with liberty, and fact with attractiveness. it's during this ultimate emancipation, this ideal mastery of modelling, of illumination, and of expression, this breadth and freedom, that the master's raison d'être and glory consist. Others can have struck out new paths additionally; yet none travelled extra or fastened larger than he." (Eugène Müntz)
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Nine cm. Chatsworth, Devonshire assortment. 123. Kneeling Leda and the Swan, c. 1505. Pen and ink, 12. five x eleven cm. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam. 124. Leda and the Swan, 1505. Oil on canvas, 132 x seventy six cm. Galleria Borghese, Rome. one hundred twenty five. After Leonardo da Vinci, Leda and the Swan, c. 1515-1520. Tempera on wooden panel, 112 x 86 cm. Galleria Borghese, Rome. 176 web page 176 TS Da Vinci V-2 4C. qxp 6/21/2006 2:34 PM web page 177 177 TS 2:34 PM8/12/2006 web page 178 9:45 AM TS Da Da Vinci Vinci V-2 ENG 4C. qxp V-2 P-OK6/21/2006 15 June 06. qxp web page 178 Florentine interval) that variety “sui generis”, which, for wish of a higher time period, has been defined because the Leonardesque style. This face, during which the mouth is a bit tremulous, is a rare and beautiful mingling of grace and morbidezza. The Virgin smiles, yet her smile is person who remembers or foreshadows tears – a divinely human smile, of which Leonardo by myself possessed the key. Later, to the contrary, Leonardo indicates a choice for prime and rounded chins. This inclination, already glaring in his learn for the Madonna Litta of the Hermitage, remains to be extra sincerely proven within the learn of a woman’s head, on eco-friendly paper, preserved within the Uffizi Museum, which i feel should be attached with the Saint Anne. Dreamy eyes, a just a little strongly marked nostril, a depression mouth, a coloration of gentleness, kindness, nearly of weak point, over each characteristic, characterise a profile examine within the Louvre, splendidly wealthy and straightforward in dealing with. this can be the drawing above pointed out for the Madonna Litta. As a pendant to this a bit sickly physiognomy, we have now the face of a tender lady, of resolute, virtually of pert visual appeal, a few waiting-maid most likely, portrayed in a drawing now within the Windsor Library. Her skinny, sharp contours appear to point out a Florentine starting place. From this time onwards, Leonardo exhibits over the top ability in draping his girl versions, in decking and enhancing them. He proves himself during this appreciate a necessary fellow-disciple of Perugino, who, we're informed, used to be so devotedly hooked up to his younger spouse, Clara Fancelli, that he extremely joyful in arranging her costume together with his personal fingers. within the Queen of England’s assortment at Windsor citadel, Leonardo’s experiences of the winding and twisting of water because it escapes from a reservoir, and people for the plaits of his Leda, were positioned in shut juxtaposition, and never with no stable cause. the assumption of connecting the refinements of favor with the caprices of nature used to be one compatible to his chic fancy. Later in his lifestyles, the artist steadily developed one of those perfect gown, heavily coming near near the gorgeous simplicity of vintage versions. In his Trattato della Pittura, whilst treating draperies, he reminds us nymph or an angel may be represented in gentle clothing that both swell within the wind or hold with reference to the physique lower than its motion. Then he finds his inmost concept, and advises the artist to prevent, so far as attainable, any copy of the models of his personal instances. “Fuggire il più che si può gli abiti 126.