[SOLUTION] Leonardos Statement
In his Notebooks, Leonardo wrote: Whatever exists in the universe, in essence, in appearance, in the imagination, the painter has first in his mind and then in his hand; and these are of such excellence that they can present a proportioned and harmonious view of the whole, that can be seen simultaneously, at one glance, just as things in nature. What does Leonardos statement suggest about the role of the artist in the creative process during the High Renaissance? Select one High Renaissance work, and analyze how it reflects Leonardos ideas.
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