Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man

Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man

The Vitruvian Man is a drawing in pencil and ink on paper ( 34×24 cm ) of Leonardo da Vinci, dated around 1490 and currently located in the Department of Drawings and Prints of the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice

Our model shows the design of Leonardo inscribed inside a globe . It is an attempt to transfer the two-dimensional drawing in to a solid structure able to support and communicate the close relationship seen by Leonardo, between the human form and the mathematical perfection of geometric figures.

The model is inspired by some monuments that can be seen in various locations around the world.

Made entirely of natural wood , without varnish or superficial treatments, allowing  you to colour it or refine it according to your personal taste. The instructions will guide you step by step to mount it easily and without errors.


Product details

  • Item code s07
  • Size 19×21,7×19 cm.
  • Weight 125 gr
  • Components 22 pcs
  • Material Birch plywood
  • Estimated time of assembly 30 min.
  • Adatto per età over 10 years
  • Difficulty level Easy

Box

  • Box size 28×22,3×5 cm
  • Box weight 345 gr.
  • Instructions sheet ITA ENG

Video tutorial and Instructions

Download instructions: IT – EN

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