NEH Summer Institute Leonardo da Vinci:
Between Art and Science
This Institute is designed for the study of the relations between art and science in the early modern period, when disciplinary boundaries were not as clearly distinct as they are today. Combining the history of art, science, literature, and technology, it focuses on the works of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), this versatile, canonical artist of western art who moved with equal ease among artistic, literary, intellectual, and scientific circles.
This program was offer in Florence, Italy, in Summer 2012. The Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz (KHI) - Max-Planck-Institute was the host institution in Florence and provided an ideal setting for intellectual exchange.
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