07_01 Golden ratios in art
By Secrets In Plain Sight on youtube.com
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This video takes a tour of the history of Western art, starting with Leonardo da Vinci. It explains how the golden ratio was used in artworks such as the Vitruvian Man, Mona Lisa, John the Baptist, and the Sistine Chapel. The golden ratio is used to point to significant features within the body, and is used to frame the artwork and the figures within it. It is believed that the golden ratio resonates with something in our visual subsystem, or even our DNA."
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