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De Cenzo De Cenzo
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Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man is drawn with arms outstretched to intersect points on a superimposed square and circle to show
a) mathematical proportions for an ideal figure.
b) comparative growth from male youth to maturity.
c) the symbolic reach and strength of masculine power in a rational universe.
d) anchoring points for a composition in an early drafting stage.
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