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Da Vinci | study of a woman's head Journal - Ruled Line

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Journaling is a great way to brainstorm, develop oneself and ideas. Those concerned with creative, professional, personal Self Development often value the virtues of journal writing. Leonardo da Vinci, a genuine Renaissance versatile Artist, Inventor, and Engineer, started writing journals when he was 26 and continued writing for the rest of his life, creating 50 notebooks and between 20,000 to 28,000 pages of notes and sketches. 

Titled "Study of a Woman's Head", the Neoclassical Pop Art artwork inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's "La Scapigliata "(Italian for 'The Lady with Dishevelled Hair') an unfinished painting generally created c. 1506–8, currently at Galleria Nazionale di Parma, Parma.

On the backside, demonstrating how the blending of mathematics and art provoked the Classical Renaissance symmetry and harmony, a colorful artwork inspired by da Vinci's famous ink on paper drawing "The Vitruvian Man", created 1455 after Vitruvio, currently at the Gabinetto dei disegni e delle stampe of the Gallerie dell'Accademia, in Venice, Italy.

This B6 Hardcover Notebook features 128 single-lined pages. The collectible artwork cover makes it fashionable yet functional. An excellent choice for journaling or taking notes in school.

.: 128 ruled line single pages
.: Full wraparound print
.: Casewrap binding

Width, in 0.63
Length, in 5
Height, in 7.25