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Madonna of the Carnation
(1478, oil on panel, currently @ Alte Pinakothek, München.)

Mona Lisa (La Gioconda or La Joconde, or Portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco del Giocondo)
(circa 1503–1519,oil on poplar, 77 cm × 53 cm (30 in × 21 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

A design for a flying machine
(circa 1488, currently @ Institut de France, Paris.)

Anatomical study of the arm  
(circa 1510, notebook drawing.)

Angel of the Annunciation
(drawing circa 1503-1515)

Annunciation
(circa 1472–1475, oil and tempera on panel, 98 cm × 217 cm (39 in × 85 in), currently @ Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze, Italia.)

Arno Valley
(1473, Leonardo's earliest known drawing, currently @ Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze, Italia.)

Bacchus
(Workshop of Leonardo da Vinci, circa 1510-1515, oil on walnut panel transferred to canvas,177 cm × 115 cm (70 in × 45 in), currently @  Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Battle of Anghiari by Peter Paul Rubens
(circa 1603, copy drawing of a lost work of Leonardo da Vinci.)

Benois Madonna
(1478, oil on canvas, 49.5 cm × 33 cm (19.5 in × 13 in), currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Christ Carrying the Cross
(circa 1500, oil on paper, previously attributed to Gian-Francesco de Maineri, now thought to perhaps be a work from Leonardo's studio. Currently in a private collection.)

Codex Arundel
(circa 1480-1518, manuscript currently @ British Library, London.)

Codex Ashburnham
(circa 1492, manuscript  currently @ Bibliothèque de l’Institut de France, Paris.)

Codex Atlanticus
(1478 to 1519, manuscript currently @ Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan.)

Codex Forster
(circa 1487-1505, manuscript currently @ Vicoria and Albert Museum, London.)

Codex Leicester
(circa 1506-1510, manuscript currently in a private collection.)

Codex Madrid
(circa 1490-1504, red chalk on paper, height: 21 cm (8.3 in). width: 30 cm (11.8 in), manuscript currently @ Biblioteca Nacional de España, Madrid.)

Codex on the Flight of Birds
(circa 1505, 21 × 15 centimetres, 18 folios currently @ Biblioteca Reale, Turin, Italy.)

Codex Trivulzianus
(circa 1487-1490, manuscript currently @ Biblioteca Trivulziana, Castello Sforzesco, Milano, Italia.)

Codex Windsor
(circa 1478-1518, black chalk, pen and ink on paper, height: 289 mm (11.38 in). width: 199 mm (7.83 in), manuscript currently @ Royal Library, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England.)

Flying Machine from Paris Manuscripts
(circa 1488-1505, pen and ink on paper, height: 235 mm (9.25 in). width: 176 mm (6.93 in), manuscript  currently @ Bibliothèque de l’Institut de France, Paris.)

Ginevra de' Benci
(circa 1474-1478, oil on panel,38.1 cm × 37 cm (15.0 in × 15 in), currently @  National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)

Ginevra de' Benci (Reverse of the portrait - Wreath of Laurel, Palm, and Juniper with a Scroll inscribed Virtutem Forum Decorat [reverse])
(circa 1474-1478, oil on panel, 38.1 cm × 37 cm (15.0 in × 15 in), currently @  National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)

Il Cenacolo or L'Ultima Cena (The Last Supper)
(circa 1495-1498, tempera on gesso, pitch and mastic mural, located @ Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan.)

Isabella d'Este
(1500, black and red chalk, yellow pastel chalk on paper, height: 63 cm (24.8 in). width: 46 cm (18.1 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

La belle ferronnière
(circa 1490-1486, oil on wood, 62 cm × 44 cm (24 in × 17 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

La Bella Principessa (Portrait of a Young Fiancée)
(Disputed attribution, pastel on vellum, 33 cm × 22 cm (13 in × 8.7 in), currently in a private collection.)

La Scapigliata (Head of a Woman)
(circa 1508, earth, amber and white lead on panel, 24.7 ×21 cm.)

Lady with an Ermine
(circa 1489-1490, oil on wood panel, 54 cm × 39 cm (21 in × 15 in), currently @ Czartoryski Museum, Kraków.)

Leda and the Swan by Cesare da Sesto
(copy of a lost painting by Leonardo da Vinci, circa 1505-1510, oil on panel, height: 69.5 cm (27.4 in). width: 73.7 cm (29 in), currently @ Wilton House, Salisbury, England.)

Lucan Portrait of Leonardo
(Alternately attributed to Cristofano dell'Altissimo. Circa 1505-1510, tempera grassa on wooden panel, 40 cm × 60 cm (17 in × 24 in), currently @ Museo delle Antiche Genti di Lucania, Vaglio Basilicata, Italia.)

L'uomo vitruviano (Vitruvian Man)
(circa 1485-1490, notebook drawing, currently @ Galleria dell' Accademia, Venezia.)

Madonna and Child with St. Joseph
(Previously attributed to Fra Bartolomeo, now thought to be a work of Leonardo's youth, currently @  Galleria Borghese, Rome.)

Madonna Litta
(circa 1490, oil on panel transfered to canvas, 42 cm × 33 cm (17 in × 13 in), currently @ Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.)

Madonna dei Fusi (Madonna of the Yarnwinder)
(circa 1499, oil on walnut, 48.3 cm × 36.9 cm (19.0 in × 14.5 in), currently @ Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh.)

Madonna dei Fusi o Madonna dell'aspo (Madonna of the Yarnwinder)
(circa 1499-1507, oil on wood panel (transferred to canvas and later re-laid on panel), 50.2 × 36.4 cm, currently in a private collection.)

Mary Magdalene
(Circa 1515. Previously regarded as the work of Giampietrino. Art scholar Carlo Pedretti now attributes the work to Leonardo. Currently in a private collection.)

Portrait of a Musician
(circa 1490, oil on wood panel, 45 cm × 32 cm (18 in × 13 in), currently @ Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan.)

Portrait of a Lady in Profile
(Generally attributed to Ambrogio de Predis. The face is thought to show the hand of Leonardo. Circa 1490-1495, oil on panel, height: 51 cm (20.1 in). width: 34 cm (13.4 in), currently @ Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan.)

Rhombicuboctahedron
(first apeared in the ''Divina Proportione'' by Luca Pacioli 1509,
Venezia.)

Sala delle Asse decoration Fresco
(between 1496(1496) and 1498, fresco and tempera ceiling decoration in Sala delle Asse, Sforza Castle, Milan.)

Salvator Mundi
(circa 1490-1519, oil on walnut, 45.4 cm × 65.6 cm (25.8 in × 17.9 in), curently in a private collection.)

Self-portrait (circa 1512, red chalk on paper, height: 333 mm (13.11 in). width: 213 mm (8.39 in), currently @ Biblioteca Reale, Turin.)

Signature of Leonardo da Vinci

St. Jerome in the Wilderness
(circa 1480, tempera and oil on walnut panel [unfinished painting], 103 cm × 75 cm (41 in × 30 in), currently @ Vatican Museums, Rome.)

St. John the Baptist
(circa 1508-1516, oil on walnut wood,69 × 57 cm, 27.2 × 22.4 in,currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Study for the Burlington House Cartoon
(between 1503 and 1510, charcoal, pen and watercolour on paper, height: 260 mm (10.24 in). width: 197 mm (7.76 in), currently @ British Museum, London.)

Studies of Embryos
(circa 1510-1513, pen over red chalk notebook drawing, currently @ Royal Library, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England.)

The Adoration of the Magi
(1481, oil and tempera on panel,height: 243 cm (95.7 in), width: 246 cm (96.9 in), currently @ Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze, Italia.)

The Baptism of Christ
(1472–1475, by Verrocchio and Leonardo, currently @ Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze, Italia.)

The Dreyfus Madonna
(Previously attributed to Verrocchio or Lorenzo di Credi, some critics believe this to be a work of Leonardo's youth. Circa 1475-1480, oil on panel, 15.7 × 12.8 cm, 6.13 × 5 in, currently @ National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)

The Holy Infants Embracing
(Attribution disputed, circa 1486–1490, currently @ Museo di Capodimonte, Napoli, Italia.)

The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne
(circa 1508, oil on wood, 168 cm × 112 cm (66 in × 44 in), currently @ @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

The Virgin and Child with St Anne and St John the Baptist
(Burlington House Cartoon)
(circa 1499-1500 or circa 1506-1508, charcoal, black and white chalk on tinted paper mounted on canvas, 141.5 cm × 104.6 cm (55.7 in × 41.2 in), currently @ National Gallery, London.)

Tobias and the Angel
(A painting by Verrocchio while Leonardo was in his workshop, circa 1473, egg tempera on poplar, 83.6 × 66 cm, currently @ National Gallery, London.)

Virgin of the Rocks
(circa 1483-1486, oil on panel transferred to canvas, 199 cm × 122 cm (78.3 in × 48.0 in), currently @ Musée du Louvre, Paris.)

Virgin of the Rocks
(circa 1495-1508, oil on panel, 189.5 cm × 120 cm (74.6 in × 47.25 in), currently @ National Gallery, London.)



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