List of paintings by da vinci
It was secretly moved from Turin to Rome during World War II and some say that this was done to prevent Hitler from acquiring magic powers through the painting.
It was auctioned by the Duke of Buckinghams son in 1763 and acquired in 1900 by British art collector.
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Here we find the moment when Jesus first announced himself to the world as he was baptized by the prophet, John.
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Fifteen works are generally attributed either in whole or in large part to him.
Carlo Bertelli, (former director of the Brera Art Gallery in Milan who said this painting is not by Leonardo and that the subject could be a Lucretia with the knife removed.
26 Attribution based on the similarity of the tormentors of Christ to drawings made by Rubens of the Battle of Anghiari.
San Bernardo Altarpiece Oil on panel A commission for the chapel vinci un premio ogni ora in Palazzo della Signoria, Florence, allocated to Leonardo on but never completed.28 Isleworth Mona Lisa Switzerland, private collection Its proponents claim that this is the earlier of two versions of the Mona Lisa, painted for Francesco del Giocondo (husband of Lisa ) in 1503, and that the Louvre version was painted for Giuliano de' Medici.Madonna of the Carnation, the Virgin Mary was and still remains a person of tremendous importance to Catholic Christians, particularly when juxtaposed with her son, Jesus.#1 Mona Lisa Year: 1517 Mona Lisa (1517) The Mona Lisa has been acclaimed as the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about and the most parodied work of art in the world.39 K (15038; 128 folios Three pocket notebooks, mainly on geometry.Prior to this work,.36 H (14934; 142 folios Three pocket notebooks bound together.147880 ( Zöllner 2011 ). .The painting which covers a wall at the monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy, is mainly a later reconstruction because much of it deteriorated relatively soon as a result of Leonardos experimentation with tempera and oil on dry wall.1490 ( Kemp 2011 ). .
Portrait of a man in red chalk Red chalk on Paper.3.6 cm (13.1.5 in) Biblioteca Reale, Turin Accepted by some scholars, but not universally accepted.
After recent cleaning, the Borghese Gallery sought attribution as a work of Leonardo's youth, based on the presence of a fingerprint similar to one that appears in The Lady with the Ermine.