Frontispiece to Voltaire’s Philosophy of Newton - Elémens de la philosophie de Neuton (1738).
The philosopher sits translating the inspired work of Newton. Voltaire’s manuscript is illuminated by seemingly divine light coming from Newton himself, reflected down to Voltaire by a muse, representing Voltaire’s lover Émilie du Châtelet—who actually translated Newton and collaborated with Voltaire to make sense of Newton’s work.
Wall art - Hearts of passion Pattern vinyl wall decal / sticker
Portrait of Pierre-Simon Laplace, by Sophie Feytaud (1842)
Portrait of a genius….
Astronomers Studying an Eclipse, by Antoine Caron (1571)
Drawing of a compass rose, made by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)
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