I (1490s Mainly concerned with the science of mechanisms.
Portrait of a Lady in Profile Milan, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana Generally attributed to Ambrogio de Predis.
1530 An anthology of writings by Leonardo compiled after his death by his pupil Francesco Melzi.
Retrieved "Leonardo da Vinci's 'Horse and Rider.A date in the late 15th or 16th century has been confirmed by scientific testing.15068 (pedretti 1985). .Paris, Bibliothèque de lInstitut de France Codex on the Flight of Birds dated 1505 18 Originally part of Paris Manuscript B; probably stolen by Count Guglielmo Libri in around 18407.Oil on wood,.5.7 cm.Contemporary master Michelangelo received a commission to paint the Battle of Cascina on the opposite wall, also a work left unfinished.The attributions here draw on the opinions of various scholars.The work does not appear in Kemp 2011.Kemp, entry for The Lady with an Ermine in the exhibition Circa 1492: Art in the Age of Exploration (Washington-New Haven-London) pp 271f, states "the vincere vincere vincere e vinceremo identification of the sitter in this painting as Cecilia Gallerani is reasonably secure Janice Shell and Grazioso Sironi, "Cecilia Gallerani.Finally, he would have assisted Verrocchio, along with other apprentices, in producing the master's artworks.
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Alternately attributed to Cristofano dell'Altissimo.
Martin Kemp suggests that Leonardo may have painted some part of this work, most likely the fish.Oxford: Oxford University Press:."Emergency Treatment for Leonardo da Vinci's Self-Portrait".43 E (15134; originally 96 folios Discusses weights and the effects of gravity, an invention for draining the Pontine Marshes, geometry, painting and the flight of birds.Leonardo da Vinci's, salvator Mundi is one of around 16 verified da Vinci paintings in existence.A similar image, without the tormentors, is in the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg.One section missing.) Treatise on light and shade; also discusses flow of water and percussion.1508 (?) ( Zöllner 2011 ). .

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Recorded by Cassiano dal Pozzo as being at Château de Fontainebleau in 1625 There are nine known copies of the painting, including: Cesare da Sesto, Leda and the Swan (pictured).
It has been validated by scholars like Peter Hohenstatt (University of Parma Alessandro Tomei (University of Chieti-Pescara Jan Royt (University of Prague David Bershad (University of Calgary) and Orest Kormashov (University of Tallinn).