Vitruvian Universal Man By Da Vinci
Leonardo DaVinci's Vitruvian Man sculpture is based on a description of the ideal human proportions by Roman architect Vitruvius (around 85-20 BC). The study of ideal proportions illustrates the mingling of art and science during the Renaissance. DaVinci viewed the human body as a reflection of the universe. Part of the highly collectible Parastone Mouseion 3D Collection designed in Europe to adapt famous paintings into three-dimensional forms. Includes color picture of the original artwork by Leonardo DaVinci and a description in multiple languages. Made from resin and metal. Measures: 8.5 H x 8.5 W x 1.75 D.