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Leonardo da Vinci
 
 
 
Copies and workshop works

by the workshop and followers of LEONARDO da Vinci







Madonna with the Yarnwinder
c. 1501
Oil on panel, 48,3 x 36,9 cm
Private collection




Leda
1508-15
Oil on panel, 130 x 77,5 cm
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence





Leda
1510-15
Oil on panel, 112 x 86 cm
Galleria Borghese, Rome

 


Leda and the Swan
1505-10
Oil on panel, 69,5 x 73,7 cm
Wilton House, Salisbury





Leda
c. 1530
Oil on wood
Staatliche Museen, Kassel

 
 
 
 
 


Head of Leda
1503-07
Black chalk, pen and ink on paper, 177 x 147 mm
Royal Library, Windsor
 
 
 
 
 


Leda and the Swan
1503-07
Pen and ink and wash over black chalk on paper, 160 x 139 mm
Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth





Study for a kneeling Leda
1503-07
Black chalk, pen and ink on paper, 126 x 109 cm
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam

 
 
 
 


Design for St John in the Wilderness
1508-15
Red chalk on paper, 24 x 18 cm
Formerly Museo del Sacromonte, Varese
 
 
 
 
 



Comparison of scalp skin and onion
1489
Pen, ink and red chalk on paper, 203 x 152 mm
Royal Library, Windsor





Studies of human skull
1489
Pen, ink and black chalk on paper, 188 x 134 mm
Royal Library, Windsor




Anatomical studies of the shoulder
1510-11
Black chalk, pen and ink on paper, 289 x 199 mm
Royal Library, Windsor





Anatomical studies (larynx and leg)
1510
Drawing
Royal Library, Windsor




Heart and its Blood Vessels
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Drawing
Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan





Studies of the sexual act and male sexual organ
c. 1492
Pen and ink on paper, 273 x 202 mm
Royal Library, Windsor




Anatomical studies
1504-06
Pen on red prepared paper, 253 x 197 mm
Biblioteca Reale, Turin




Studies of legs of man and the leg of a horse
1506-07
Pen, ink, red chalk on red prepared paper, 285 x 205 mm
Royal Library, Windsor




Drawing of a Woman's Torso
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Drawing
Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan





Drawing of the Torso and the Arms
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Drawing
Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan





Studies of embryos
1509-14
Black and red chalk, pen and ink wash on paper, 305 x 220 mm
Royal Library, Windsor

 
 
 
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