Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci statue outside the Uffizi, Florence, by Luigi Pampaloni.

habilis habilis: Leonardo da Vinci Η Παναγία με τον Χριστό (1501)

Leonardo da Vinci with assistance. The Madonna of the Yarnwinder (The Lansdowne Madonna), Oil on panel, later transferred to canvas, then mounted on panel.

Ο θάνατος του Leonardo da Vinci (Πίνακας του Francois Guillaume Menageot)

Francois-Guillaume Menageot: The Death of Leonardo da Vinci in the Arms of Francis I

Παναγία των βράχων (1486)

From Musée du Louvre, Leonardo da Vinci, Virgin of the Rocks (ca. Wood, transferred to canvas in 1806 by Hacquin, 199 × 122 cm

Παναγία με γαρύφαλλο (1478-80)

Page: The Madonna of the Carnation Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Completion Date: Place of Creation: Milan, Italy Style: Early Renaissance Genre: religious painting Technique: oil Material: panel Dimensions: 62 x cm Gallery: Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Germany

Προσχέδιο για τον Ιάκωβο για Μυστικό Δείπνο (1495)

leonardodavinci-art: “ Study Of An Apostle’s Head And Architectural Study 1496 Leonardo da Vinci ”

Μυστικός Δείπνος (1498)

Readers of the Da Vinci code are always asking art historians whether Mary is ‘the blonde’.

Άγιος Ιωάννης (1510-15)

Gian Giacomo Caprotti da Oreno, better known as Salaì, was a pupil of Leonardo da Vinci from 1490 to He was rumored to be Leonardo's lover.

Παναγία βρεφοκρατούσα  και η Αγία Άννα (1510)

Leonardo, da Vinci The Virgin and Child with St Anne Date: c. 1510 Movement: Renaissance (High Italian, "Cinquecento") Technique: Oil on wood Musée du Louvre Paris, France

Παναγία και Αγία Άννα (1507-8)

Leonardo Da Vinci Drawing - Virgin and Child with St Anne and St John the Baptist

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