Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci is known to the world as a polymath, architect, mathematician, musician, sculptor, engineer, inventor, anatomist, and writer. Da Vinci is considered a true Renaissance man who had a great deal of proficiency in many subjects. He is revered today because of his artistic contributions that defined and molded the world of art. He is also revered because of his many achievements in other notable fields. He helped unravel sciences, developed new art techniques, and was one of the first anatomists to dissect a human body. Da Vinci was also an accomplished musician. As far as his skills at fine arts, such as ballet, intermezzo, and sonnet are concerned, he was beyond compare. He was an embodiment of the spirit of the Renaissance and was known for his inventive imagination and unquenchable curiosity. Very few artists of his time possessed the qualities and the vehemence that he possessed. Today, his art is priceless and his science is accredited. Though he created many paintings, only about 15 of them survived and the ‘Mona Lisa’ is by far the most valuable one.