Leonardo Da Vinci epitomises the renaissance. His paintings are like none that preceded them. The life-like nature of the faces he painted, set upon captivating, and sometimes haunting, backgrounds set him apart from his peers – he was a genius.
Leonardo did not stop there. He progressed Biology, Engineering, Mathematics, Languages, was unbelievably fit, planned parties, masterminded war and defence strategies. In short, he was a polymath.
Polymaths have an insatiable thirst for knowledge and learning. They are skilled at many things, often in seemingly unrelated areas. Polymaths cultivate scientific, artistic and physical aspects of their development simultaneously – they do not […]