Leonardo Da Vinci: The Marvellous Works of Nature and Man

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Index
All works are by Leonardo unless otherwise indicated. Works by others are listed under the name of the artist or writer.Page references for black and white plates and figures are in italics eg. 47 References for the colour plates are in bold Roman numerals eg. VI
A
Abano, Pietro d', Conciliator differentiarum philosophorum 308
acoustics 114–16
Adoration of the Magi 43–55, 57, 47, 50,VI
Adoration of the Shepherds 46, 51
aerodynamics 104, 249, 301, 314
Aesop, Fables 140, 141
Agnolo, Baccio d' 214, 227
aides-mémoires see memoranda
Albert of Saxony 126, 308, 310
Quaestiones de caelo et mundo 321
Alberti, Leon Battista 10–12, 65, 85, 88, 89, 148, 175, 333
and cartographic techniques 219
on Giotto's Navicella 178
and perspective and the visual pyramid 11–12, 13, 16, 50, 112, 113
Apologhi 141
De familia 84
Descriptio urbis Romae 219
Ludi mathematici 149, 219
On Painting 10, 11
On Statuary 93
Albertinelli, Mariotto 19
Albertus Magnus 84, 108, 308, 339
Albumasar 320
Alexander VI, Pope 207
Alhazen 12, 114, 326, 328
Opticae thesaurus 111
allegory see symbolism and allegory
Allegory of Truth and Falsehood 275, 276
altarpieces 25–6, 32, 43, 72, 73, 214, 228
see also Adoration of the Magi; Madonna of the Rocks
Amadeo, Giovanni Antonio 81, 87
Amboise, Charles d' 271, 274, 277
anatomy 16–18, 23, 106–7, 118–20, 193, 250–6, 264, 279–89, 295–7
see also individual parts of the body; 'On the Human Body'
Andrea da Imola (Andrea Cattaneo) 322
Angel of the Annunciation 209, 337–8
Angelico, Fra 45
angels 26, 37, 38, 209, 272, 274, 337–8
'animal spirits' 119, 179
animals 25, 140, 146, 150
see also bats; bestiary; birds; ermine; horses; lion, mechanical
Anne, St 217, 272
see also Madonna, Child and St Anne cartoons; Madonna, Child, St Anne and a Lamb (Louvre painting)
Annunciation 26, 28, 30, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 102, I
antiperistasis 123, 299–300, 301
Antiquario, Jacopo 81
Antonella da Messina 259, 338
Apelles 15, 165, 193
Calumny 148
aphorisms 141
Appiani, Jacopo IV 208, 225
Aquinas, St Thomas 86
Archimedean screw systems 62–3, 64
Archimedes 129, 165, 292, 293, 294–5, 328
De mensura circuli (On the Measurement of the Circle) 240, 246, 247

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Praise for Martin Kemp's Leonardo ii
  • Leonardo Da Vinci iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Plates vii
  • List of Colour Plates xii
  • List of Figures xiii
  • Preface to the 1981 Edition xvii
  • Preface to This Edition xx
  • Acknowledgements, 1981 and 2006 xxv
  • Abbreviations and References xxviii
  • I - 'Leonardo Da Firenze' 1
  • II - The Microcosm 71
  • III - The Exercise of Fantasia 137
  • IV - The Republic: New Battles and Old Problems 204
  • V - The Prime Mover 271
  • Bibliography 349
  • Index 367
  • Photographic Acknowledgements 382
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