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Leonardo da Vinci. Ediz. tedesca (Allemand) Relié – 3 septembre 2007

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23 internautes sur 25 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Leonardo's Opus is a Taschen Masterpiece 13 octobre 2008
Par T. Mario - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Taschen seems to be forging ahead in the publishing world with their off-beat, sometimes extreme, always interesting and esoteric attractively priced books. Leonardo is one of them. A large book, this is no bedside table read. The print quality is very good, and the larger than life pictures of Leonardo's paintings and drawings give you a real sense of the intricacy that went into his work, and lets you get a lot closer than you could today to his work if you wanted to see it live. The Mona Lisa is behind bullet proof glass, most of his notebooks in temperature controlled libraries far from prying hands and eyes.. so if you really want to get close, to see the brush-strokes and minute scrawls in his ink drawings, then this book is it.
For who is it? Anyone interested in beauty, in art and painting, as well as anyone interested in genius and the multifaceted Renaissance man. You'll need a sturdy coffee table or a large library to house it, but you won't be sorry you bought it.
I only gave it 4 stars because I really dislike the 25th anniversary badge that is going on all Taschen books of late.. Good for you that you've reached that milestone Taschen, but don't expect me to want to advertise it in my bookshelf. The book comes in a slip-case, and just as well because the Amazon.com packaging was really atrocious and the box arrived quite banged around. Their cost-cutting in packaging means that my slip case is totally destroyed on the top, but thankfully the book has managed to survive (mostly) unscathed. Amazon will be getting a stern letter from me about this..
15 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Simple but sophistocated 18 août 2000
Par James N. Welch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you don't know much about art but know what you like, this might be the sort of book for you. Leonardo's life is described in this basic biography, focusing on his famous works of art (finished and unfinished) and on his supporting works as well (sketches, architectural and mechanical ideas). The book is printed on glossy high grade magazine paper with color illustrations on almost every page. It brings the artist and his works to the reader in a presentation that caters to those who enjoy have an appriciation, though not an expertise, for art.
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Dark and brownish reproductions 16 octobre 2003
Par Eugene Tenenbaum - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In ISBN 3822859796 (paperback 'Leonardo Da Vinci, 1452-1519 (Basic Art)' of 2000), some painting and drawing works are reproduced too dark with murky spots, where most details are indistinguishable. Additionally, the colors are distorted by a brownish (sepia) hue. So, on many dark works only basic elements are visible, e.g.: The Virgin of the Rocks on p. 28 and 31, Portrait of a Young Man on p. 48, The Last Supper on p. 53 as well as Burlington House Cartoon (too dark cartoon) on p. 60. Other works may also be affected. The Last Supper is divided between two pages connecting through Christ's face, and a whole center of the fresco is sunk in a groove between the pages. The printing is good, and on good paper. Poor color reproduction is quite common in Taschen's art books published up to early 2000s.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Da Vinci explained. 27 novembre 2012
Par Jerry Kean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book is one of the best coffee-table books I have ever bought. The very best part of it was that this book cost about $80 and the other books that were exactly the same cost between $600 and $800. I don't know why this happened, but I'm very glad it did. The book is perfect and helpful and provides a layman a small understanding of what was going on with one of the greatest minds in history.
8 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great images, good history 8 février 2008
Par bluezoo7 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
After a recent trip to Italy I scoured the museums there for some good books on the famous paintings I had just seen. All were much too expensive, given the value of the Euro versus the dollar. So I made a list of the books I liked and vowed to purchase them on Amazon when I returned home. This was one of those purchases.

The book is big (over a foot long, three thumbs thick) and heavy. You won't be taking this to the park to read. Great for a coffee table. There are a good mix of close-ups and detailed shots of Da Vinci's work. The text includes some good history of the works (why they were commissioned, some info about the subjects, etc.). It also showcases some of Leonardo's student's work, which they more or less copied from their teacher.

The book does include some detail about the work themselves and how the time in history impacted the works. My only regret (and why I didn't give it five stars) is that the book doesn't include more text about the details of the works themselves, ala "Da Vinci Code". For example, I'd love more explanation of the symmetry between certain figures or other curious features of Leonardo's work (why is that angelic figure holding its hand like a knife where John the Baptist's head should be in "Madonna of the Rocks"?)

Overall, worth the money for those that enjoy contemplating the works of this Master.
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