This is the third and final post by an art historian, art critic, and curator on the role of the visual arts in the liberal arts curriculum.
Most of what we know of Leonardo’s creative, scientific, and imaginative work we known from his notebooks. Over 6,000 sheets of notes and drawings reveal his in-depth explorations of architecture, geometry, geology, astronomy, engineering, hydraulics, anatomy, sculpture, and of course painting. Surprisingly, it appears that these 6,000 sheets represent as little as one-fifth of what he actually produced. Continue reading Painting, the Liberal Arts, and the Great Conversation, Part III→