WEBINAR RECORDING | “Leonardo da Vinci: Renaissance Ambassador to Milan”
Presented by Dr. Rocky Ruggiero
Seeking to soften the militant and belligerent reputation of the Lombard capital city, Duke Ludovico “the Moor” Sforza sought the services of an extraordinary artist and inventor from Florence by the name of Leonardo da Vinci. The artist’s arrival in Milan in 1481 marked a turning point in Milan’s history, introducing the Renaissance to the great northern city. The 18 years that Leonardo spent in Milan were some of his most productive, and this free webinar examines those works produced while Leonardo was in Milan including the Virgin of the Rocks, the Vitruvian Man, the Lady with an Ermine, and, of course, the Last Supper.
The webinar recording consists of a 45-minute lecture.
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- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 7
- Assessments Yes