Among the more prominent characteristics of Rembrandt's work is his use of light and shadow adapted for his dramatic and lively presentation of subjects, devoid of the rigid formality that his contemporaries often displayed. Leonardo Da Vinci is often described as a man whose infinite curiosity was equalled only by his powers of invention. Two of his works, the Mona Lisa portrait and The Last Supper religious painting are the most famous of his work.

Bernard Clendenin is widely considered to be one of the greatest figure painters of his time. In a recent exhibition of his work, Dr. William Hayling, Jr., M.D. is quoted as saying to Clendenin, "You really know the human figure." Clendenin responded that, "Yes, indeed to paint the beauty of the human spirit one must have the realization of the body in full form. I studied anatomy in order to complete my visions of truth and realism in paintings."

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