Trivia: Leonardo combined art with science in what anatomical drawing?
The Creation of Adam
Correct Answer: Vitruvian Man
So why is this answer correct? : The “Vitruvian Man” (circa 1490) is one of the earliest studies of the proportions of the human body. Leonardo named it after the Roman architect Vitruvius, who held many theories on the matter, including that a human figure could fit perfectly into a circle or a square. Other Renaissance figures attempted to mimic these theories using drawings, but Leonardo’s became the most successful.