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International Prize Leonardo Da Vinci - The Universal Artist

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International Prize Leonardo Da Vinci - The Universal Artist

Dear Artist Janet Watson,

I am very proud to award you with the International Prize Leonardo Da Vinci - The Universal Artist. The Prize is for the Artists that are worth for their artistic merit. You will be awarded on January 29th, 2016, inside the Borghese Palace in Florence.

It is one of the most prestigious art awards awarded in the heart of Florence. Important celebrities from the world of culture will be present at the ceremony and the talented artists will be awarded with an important prize for their careers. In the January/February number of the magazine Art International Contemporary, we will realize an introductive piece dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci’s artistic talent; following to the piece the publication of the selcted artists’ artworks.

In the heart of the ancient Florence, near ‘’Piazza del Duomo’’ and ‘’Piazza della Signoria’’, Borghese Palace is one of the most significative example of Neo-Classic architecture of the state capital, Florence. Even if its facade is majestic, this palace could seem hidden by the strict road. But once you come in, the beauty and the elegance are dazzling: the large honour salon brings to the Mirrors’ Room , that was the bedroom of Paolina Bonaparte.

The prize is given to those artists who has been chosen by Mr. Salvatore Russo and Francesco Saverio Russo.

Sincerely

Dott. Salvatore Russo

I found this: World Award of Arts - The reference for the below information please see link Ref:  http://consejoculturalmundial.org/world-award-of-arts/

The “Leonardo da Vinci” World Award of Arts has been established as a means of acknowledgment to those who offer a positive message to mankind through different expressions of art.

It is conferred upon a renowned artist, sculptor, writer, poet, cinematographer, photographer, architect, musician or other performing artist, whose work constitutes a significant contribution to the artistic legacy of the world.

The qualifying jury is constituted of internationally renowned artists, authorities, and members of the World Cultural Council.

I have received an email saying I have an art award, thank you :)

Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

A universal man, Leonardo possessed a spirit of scientific inquiry and mechanical inventiveness that was centuries ahead of its time. His genius as a painter, draftsman, sculptor, architect and engineer exemplified the Renaissance Humanist ideal.

The unfolding of his genius occurred during the 17 years he spent as painter and engineer for the Duke of Milan. Leonardo´s surviving works consist mainly of a few paintings, as well as a large number of drawings, scientific diagrams, and notes on diverse subjects. His “Last Supper” (1495-1497) and “Mona Lisa” (La Gioconda 1503-1506) are among the most popular and influential paintings of the Renaissance. Also well known are “The Virgin of the Rocks” (1483-1485), “The Virgin and Child with St. Anne” (1499) and his “Self Portrait”.

Despite the fragmentary nature of his surviving achievements, his genius will continue to live as a legacy of knowledge to inspire the imagination of modern man.

I have received an email saying I have an art award, thank you :)

Dear Artist Janet Watson,

I am very proud to award you with the International Prize Leonardo Da Vinci - The Universal Artist. The Prize is for the Artists that are worth for their artistic merit. You will be awarded on January 29th, 2016, inside the Borghese Palace in Florence.

It is one of the most prestigious art awards awarded in the heart of Florence. Important celebrities from the world of culture will be present at the ceremony and the talented artists will be awarded with an important prize for their careers. In the January/February number of the magazine Art International Contemporary, we will realize an introductive piece dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci’s artistic talent; following to the piece the publication of the selcted artists’ artworks.

In the heart of the ancient Florence, near ‘’Piazza del Duomo’’ and ‘’Piazza della Signoria’’, Borghese Palace is one of the most significative example of Neo-Classic architecture of the state capital, Florence. Even if its facade is majestic, this palace could seem hidden by the strict road. But once you come in, the beauty and the elegance are dazzling: the large honour salon brings to the Mirrors’ Room , that was the bedroom of Paolina Bonaparte.

The prize is given to those artists who has been chosen by Mr. Salvatore Russo and Francesco Saverio Russo.

Sincerely

Dott. Salvatore Russo

I found this: World Award of Arts - The reference for the below information please see link Ref:  http://consejoculturalmundial.org/world-award-of-arts/

The “Leonardo da Vinci” World Award of Arts has been established as a means of acknowledgment to those who offer a positive message to mankind through different expressions of art.

It is conferred upon a renowned artist, sculptor, writer, poet, cinematographer, photographer, architect, musician or other performing artist, whose work constitutes a significant contribution to the artistic legacy of the world.

The qualifying jury is constituted of internationally renowned artists, authorities, and members of the World Cultural Council.

Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

A universal man, Leonardo possessed a spirit of scientific inquiry and mechanical inventiveness that was centuries ahead of its time. His genius as a painter, draftsman, sculptor, architect and engineer exemplified the Renaissance Humanist ideal.

The unfolding of his genius occurred during the 17 years he spent as painter and engineer for the Duke of Milan. Leonardo´s surviving works consist mainly of a few paintings, as well as a large number of drawings, scientific diagrams, and notes on diverse subjects. His “Last Supper” (1495-1497) and “Mona Lisa” (La Gioconda 1503-1506) are among the most popular and influential paintings of the Renaissance. Also well known are “The Virgin of the Rocks” (1483-1485), “The Virgin and Child with St. Anne” (1499) and his “Self Portrait”.

Despite the fragmentary nature of his surviving achievements, his genius will continue to live as a legacy of knowledge to inspire the imagination of modern man.

 

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