Leonardo da Vinci's drawing of a male figure perfectly inscribed in a circle and square, known as the Vitruvian Man, illustrates what he believed to be a divine connection between the human form and the universe. But despite it's beauty and power, it is only a drawing and is bereft of actual life as are the manikin heads. All are subject to the ravages of time.
pigment ink on archival sugar cane paper
17 x 22 in.
© W. Skog
$600 plus shipping and tax if applicable
limited edition of 10