Thursday, June 9, 2016

How To Think Like DaVinci by Daniel Smith

How to Think Like da VinciHow to Think Like da Vinci by Daniel Smith
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Brief biography of DaVinci merged with tips on how to be a "renaissance man or woman." DaVinci was an accomplished painter, sculptor, architect and innovator. He also had interests in anatomy, civil engineering, philosophy, politics, religion, mathematics and science. Though he came from very humble beginnings and birth, he was largely a self-made man who took upon himself his education and training.

I've also read Michael Gelb's books on Leonardo and also recommend them for reference. Smith's work was succinct, inspiring and a pleasure to read.

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