15015; Pedretti and Anglo-Saxon scholars: 15068, but Wassermann: 1499 ( Marani 2000 ) Portrait of Isabella d'Este Portrait of Isabella d'Este Black and red chalk, yellow pastel chalk on paper 63 46 cm Paris, Louvre Universally accepted.
The Carbon-14 analysis, the taglio sfilato dietro chemical analysis of the painting used and the "pentimento" sketches found under the painting may suggest the autography of the painting.
148790 Discusses hydraulic engineering, the moving and raising of water and perpetual motion.
John the Baptist Oil on walnut panel 69 57 cm,.2 22.4 in Paris, Louvre Generally accepted The " Anonimo Gaddiano " wrote that Leonardo painted.42 F (150813; 96 folios Discusses water, optics, geology and astronomy.Highlights include drawings from the Atlantic Codex, his paintings.Instead, the Royal Collection went into competion with the NG and lost.14735 ( Zöllner 2011 ). .150816 ( Zöllner 2011 ). .
14905 or 14956 ( Marani 2000 ) Sala delle Asse Sala delle Asse Tempera on plaster Milan, Castello Sforzesco Universally accepted Two fragments of Leonardos decorative scheme for this room were rediscovered in the late 19th century; they were covered over as they were thought.
Leonardo will take place at the city's Palazzo Reale and includes paintings, drawings, sculptures and manuscripts, brought together from institutions including the British Museum in London, the Uffizi in Florence, and the Metropolitan Museum in New York.Previously regarded as the work of Giampietrino who painted a number of similar Magdalenes.A date in the late 15th or 16th century has been confirmed by scientific testing.It breaks my heart if Leonardo, of all artists, is made to look irrelevant but that is what exhibitions by the Royal Collection achieve.Purchased in 2005 and restored, it has gained acceptance as Leonardo's original.Edinburgh international book festival, if you want to argue about this in person.Scientific examination has revealed "strikingly complex and similar" underdrawings in both versions, suggesting that Leonardo was involved in the making of both.44 G (15105; 93 folios Primarily discusses botany.140) Citations a b c d e f g h i j k della Chiesa, Angela Ottino (1967).
1492 Fragment of a larger MS which included the Codex Ashburnham.
1 The subject has been identified as Cecilia Gallerani.