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Painted Science. Scientific breakthroughs captured in paintings

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Painted Science. Scientific breakthroughs captured in paintings

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In the present day, nearly everything is captured on photographic plates, but until the 20thcentury, it was primarily the artists who recorded historical events for posterity. These artists often drew inspiration from significant discoveries, inventors, new technological advancements, or recently discovered continents. Furthermore, renowned and celebrated inventors sometimes turned out to be talented painters or illustrators. “Painted science” is a collection of paintings by artists who documented discoveries on canvas that proved to be of great historical value. From Greek philosophers to scientists like Copernicus, Galileo, Huygens, Bell, and Curie, they are all painted and exhibited in major museums worldwide, showcasing their discoveries. In addition to prominent figures in science, this book also features artworks depicting the oldest universities, explorers, scientific fraud, and much more. ‘Painted Science’ takes you on a journey through the world of significant discoveries and technological innovations through 200 artworks that illustrate the names and inventions that have changed our world. More information can be found on www.paintedscience.com or at Amazon.com
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