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Paintings By Leonardo da Vinci





Leonardo was not a prolific painter, but he was a most prolific draftsman, keeping journals full of small sketches and detailed drawings recording all manner of things that took his attention. As well as the journals there exist many studies for paintings, some of which can be identified as preparatory to particular works such as The Adoration of the Magi, The Virgin of the Rocks and The Last Supper. His earliest dated drawing is a Landscape of the Arno Valley, 1473, which shows the river, the mountains, Montelupo Castle and the farmlands beyond it in great detail

Leonardo da Vinci Paintings

Tobias and the Angel, 1470-80

According to Oxford art historian Martin Kemp, Leonardo da Vinci, who was a member of Verrocchio’s studio, may have painted some part of this work
Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

The Baptism of Christ, 1472-1475

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

The Madonna of the Carnation, ca. 1478–80

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

The Adoration of the Magi, 1481

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

Last Supper, 1495-98

The Last Supper is a 15th century mural painting in Milan created by Leonardo da Vinci for his patron Duke Ludovico Sforza and his duchess Beatrice d’Este. It represents the scene of The Last Supper from the final days of Jesus as narrated in the Gospel of John 13:21, when Jesus announces that one of his Twelve Apostles would betray him.
Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

Mona Lisa (La Gioconda), ca. 1503-05

Mona Lisa (also known as La Gioconda or La Joconde) is a sixteenth-century portrait painted in oil on a poplar panel in Florence, Italy by Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci during the Renaissance. The work is currently owned by the Government of France and is on display at the Louvre museum in Paris under the title Portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco del Giocondo. Arguably, it is the most famous and iconic painting in the world.

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

The Virgin of the Rocks, 1495–1508

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

Madonna with the Yarnwinder, ca. 1501-07

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

Virgin and Child with St. Anne, ca. 1510

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

St. John the Baptist, 1513-16

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

The Annunciation, ca. 1472-75

Leonardo Da Vinci Artwork

List of Works by Leonardo da Vinci

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Within Leonardo’s own lifetime his fame was such that the King of France carried him away like a trophy, and was claimed to have supported him in his old age and held him in his arms as he died. The interest in Leonardo has never slackened. The crowds still queue to see his most famous artworks, T-shirts bear his most famous drawing and writers, like Vasari, continue to marvel at his genius and speculate about his private life and, particularly, about what one so intelligent actually believed in.
The famous art historian Bernard Berenson wrote in 1896 “Leonardo is the one artist of whom it may be said with perfect literalness: Nothing that he touched but turned into a thing of eternal beauty. Whether it be the cross section of a skull, the structure of a weed, or a study of muscles, he, with his feeling for line and for light and shade, forever transmuted it into life-communicating values.”
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