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What Made Leonardo da Vinci Such a Great Artist? 'Crossed Eyes' May Have Helped
JAY GORY, MANAGING EDITOR, science
Leonardo da Vinci may have literally seen the world differently. The famed Renaissance artist may have had an eye condition that helped him better-depict the 3D world on a flat surface when drawing and painting, a new report suggests. The report, which analyzed six works of art that are likely portraits or self-portraits of Leonardo, suggests that the artist may have had strabismus, or crossed eyes, a condition in which a person's eyes don't look in the same direction at the same time. read more


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