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The ancient Greeks said that the Golden Section was a rule of proportion that linked mathematics with beauty. Much of their architecture was designed according to this rule. I also included the Fibonacci Sequence, which directly relates to the Golden Mean.  The Golden Section Mathematics Fibonacci by GeographicsArt on Etsy, $19.50

The Golden Section 11 x 14 Art Print, Mathematics, Fibonacci Sequence, The Golden Mean, Proportions, Architecture, Design, Industrial Design

Trattato di architettura civile e militare

Trattato di architettura civile e militare

Ficha de publicación | Fundación Arquia

Ficha de publicación | Fundación Arquia

8,431 Likes, 14 Comments - Академический рисунок (@academic_drawing) on Instagram: “#art #draw #artist #instaart”

8,431 Likes, 14 Comments - Академический рисунок (@academic_drawing) on Instagram: “#art #draw #artist #instaart”

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Michelangelo Buonarotti’s drawings for the fortifications of Florence, made in Courtesy of the Casa Buonarotti, Florence, Italy.

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The human proportions by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, an Italian painter of the Sienese School, a later Quattrocento architect and a visionary architectural theorist.

Francesco di Giorgio Trattati di architettura [Treatises on architecture] Manuscripts, 1476-1492.CPSA Palladio's Literary Predecessors

The human body disclosed divine proportions and thus the plans of cathedrals - certain lengths - were ordered to these ratios: the ‘perfect octave’, (diapason), ‘perfect fifth’ (diapente) and so on.

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How was Art Nouveau nouveau? This richly illustrated overview explores the contexts and provocations of this vivid turn-of-the-century style, in which .

Marcus Vitruvius Pollio, born around 80 BC, served in the Roman army under Caesar and specialized in the design and construction of artillery machines. His duties took him to what are now Spain and…

The Inspiration Behind Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man