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1 Who? What? Where? When? How? Why? AuthorsTitles Places Dates Introductions Reasons See path Up - back Topic Choices Levels Refresh Strategy 2. Direct (example of Leonardo) As a second example of Who we choose Leonardo da Vinci in order to explore different levels of access to manuscripts and full texts. Leonardo da Vinci Let’s type Leonardo da Vinci Then click Enter SUMS 1. Sources 2. Literature 3. Primary Literature 4. Secondary Literature 5. Both 6. Earlier Bibliographies Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519) Artist, Author Variants: Da Vinci, Leonardo Léonard de Vinci Lionardo da Vinci Vinci, Leonardo da Leonardo da Vinci was the author of various manuscripts with notes on perspective. Chief among those extant were the Manuscripts A, E, G (now Paris, c.1492), the Codice Atlantico (Milan) and the Trattato della pittura. Cellini in his Trattati dell'Orifieria referred to a manuscript which among other things contained "a discourse on perspective, the most beautiful which was ever found by anyone in the world". Comolli (1791,189-190) referred to a Libro delle ombre e dei lumi which is no longer extant. In terms of practice he is most famous for his Last Supper (Milan, Santa Maria delle Grazie, 1495-1497). Cited by Pélerin (1521, 1r) and Caporali (1536), mentioned by Vasari (II,156-158, 160, 163, 165, IV, 28), Danti (1583, preface), Lomazzo (1585,336, 100101; 1590, 17,52,149), Comolli (1791, 189-201) and Poudra (1864,I,126), modern study began with Jordan (1873), Ravaisson Mollien's edition of the manuscripts at the Institut de France (1891), Ludwig's edition of the Treatise on Painting (1882) and Richter's anthology (1883). Nielsen (1897) devoted a first monograph to Leonardo's perspective in the context of Raphael, Bramante and Giulio Romano. Mesnil (1922) emphasized scientific aspects of his perspective. Ivins (1938) drew attention to Leonardo's diagram for the legitimate construction. Bassoli (1938) drew attention to CA 35va and claimed that Leonardo had invented anamorphosis. The following year Bassoli (1939) drew attention to CA i bis va with its perspectival window. WHO: Leonardo da Vinci 1. Art 2. Books Click Books WHO: Leonardo da Vinci 1. All Books 2. Standard Titles 3. Variant Titles 4. Languages 5. Manuscripts 6. Locations 7. Literature Click Manuscripts Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519) TitleYear Manuscripts Ashmolean, Sheet - Collection, Henry, Prince of Netherlands, Sheet - Uffizi, Sheets 1473 - 1478 Windsor Castle, Sheets [1478] - [1518] Bonnat Bequest, Sheets [1479] - [1494] Un libro scritto in penna....In fra le altre mirabili cose, ch'erano in... [1480]? - [1519]? Codice atlantico 1480? - 1518? Codex Ashburnham 361 (1480) - Codex Urbinas 1270 (Trattato della pittura) [1480] - [1516] Louvre, Sheets 1480 - 1500 Codex Atlanticus [1483] - [1518] Codex Vallardi [1483] - Ecole des Beaux Arts, Sheet 1483 - 1485 Christ Church, Sheets [1485] - [1504] Codex Forster I [1487] - [1505] Codex Trivulzianus [1487] - [1490] Collection, Stefan Zweig, Sheet [1487] - [1490] Manuscript B 1488 - 1489 Manuscript C 1490 - Pinakothek, Sheet [1490] - [1492] Codex Leicester (Hammer, Gates) [1504] - [1506] Click Codex Leicester BOOK: 1. All books 2. Standard Title 3. Manuscripts 4. Editions 5. Translations 6. Variant Titles 7. Partial Contents 8. Full Contents 9. Bibliographies Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519) Author:Leonardo da Vinci Title:Codex Leicester (Hammer, Gates) Location:William H. Gates III Collection, Redwood PubYear:[1504] - [1506] Notes:36 folios (28.5x 21.8 cm) Click Partial Contents Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. FolioKeywords 1 r Water, Astronomy 1 v Water, Astronomy 2 r Water, Astronomy 2 v Water 3 r Water 3 v Water 4 r Air (Perspective) 4 v Water 5 r Water, Astronomy 5 v Water 6 r Water 6 v Water 7 r Water, Astronomy 7 v Water 8 r Water Click Full Contents Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519) Author:Leonardo da Vinci Title:Codex Leicester (Hammer, Gates) Location:William H. Gates III Collection, Redwood PubYear:[1504] - [1506] Folios:1r - Water, Astronomy 1 r 1 V 2 r 2 v 3 r 3 v 4 r 4 v 5 r 5 v Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519) TitleYear Manuscripts Ashmolean, Sheet - Collection, Henry, Prince of Netherlands, Sheet - Uffizi, Sheets 1473 - 1478 Windsor Castle, Sheets [1478] - [1518] Bonnat Bequest, Sheets [1479] - [1494] Un libro scritto in penna....In fra le altre mirabili cose, ch'erano in... [1480]? - [1519]? Codice atlantico 1480? - 1518? Codex Ashburnham 361 (1480) - Codex Urbinas 1270 (Trattato della pittura) [1480] - [1516] Louvre, Sheets 1480 - 1500 Codex Atlanticus [1483] - [1518] Codex Vallardi [1483] - Ecole des Beaux Arts, Sheet 1483 - 1485 Christ Church, Sheets [1485] - [1504] Codex Arundel 263 [1504] - [1516] Codex Trivulzianus [1487] - [1490] Collection, Stefan Zweig, Sheet [1487] - [1490] Manuscript B 1488 - 1489 Manuscript C 1490 - Pinakothek, Sheet [1490] - [1492] Manuscript A 1492 - Click Codex Arundel 263 Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519) Author:Leonardo da Vinci Title:Codex Arundel 263 Location:British Library, London PubYear:[1504] - [1516] Notes:283 folios (22 x 15 cm.) Click Full Contents BOOK: 1. Terms 2. Definitions 3. Explanations 4. Titles 5. Partial Contents 6. Full Contents 7. Internal Analyses 8. External Analyses 9. Restorations 10. Reconstructions 11. Direct Link Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Let us begin with Who. For instance, if we type the variant name Leo Noster we arrive at Leon Battista Alberti. Leonardo da Vinci (1452 - 1519) Author:Leonardo da Vinci Title:Codex Arundel 263 Location:British Library, London PubYear:[1504] - [1516] Folios:1r - Notes (Perspective), Mechanics (Weights) 1 r 1 V 2 r 2 v 3 r 3 v 4 r 4 v 5 r 5 v No Image available Who? What? Where? When? How? Why? Clicking on his name we now have choices between Art and Books Clicking on books gives a new set of choices. Clicking on manuscripts gives a list of his manuscripts. Clicking on the Codex Leicester (Hammer, Gates) gives us a set choices concerning this. Clicking on partial contents gives an outline of each page. Clicking on full contents gives a facsimile of each page. Going back a level we again see the list of his manuscripts. Clicking on the Codex Arundel 263 offers the same functions for that text. Clicking on full contents brings a new choice: Direct link.. Clicking on direct link takes us to the British Library’s turning the pages project. An analogous functionality is available for the Codex Atlanticus at the Ambrosiana. Click Direct link Turning the Pages. To finish Tutorial 4 click click to start

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