"The Vitruvian Man" da Vinci figurine
- Hand-painted resin
Da Vinci tended to compensate for his lack of an education in the classical sense with an excess of empirical studies. The most famous of these is the Vitruvian Man so-called because it is based on a description of the ideal human proportions by Roman architect Vitruvius around 50 BC. This workshop was originally specialized in restoration of religious paintings and sculptures. After the delicate work of restoring Artworks, these craftsmen with their unique skills decided to go further, still bringing life to paintings but this time by lifting images out of the flat surface. With the greatest respect for the original work, they make accessible and affordable the most beautiful works in the History of Art. Plus the originality of a three dimensions adaptation. Every polychromatic sculpture is painted by hand and all are delivered with a picture of the original work and a biography of the artist.