Injured Vitruvian Man, conceptual image

Injured Vitruvian Man, conceptual image

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Caption: Injured Vitruvian Man, conceptual image. Human figure with leg and arm injuries, depicted in the pose drawn by the Italian scientist and artist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). Leonardo's original artwork is called Vitruvian Man, after Vitruvius, an Ancient Roman architect who stated that the human form with arms and legs extended could be fitted into both a circle and a square. The square shows that human height is equal to the span of the arms.

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