Saturday, 1 June 2013

Leonardo da Vinci – part 3

This is part 3 of a 3-part post on the works of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). For biographical notes see part 1. For earlier works see parts 1 - 2 also.



1503-04 Study of horses for the Battle of Anghiari 
black and red chalk, pen and ink, wash on paper 19.6 x 30.8 cm

1503-05 The Battle of Anghiari ( detail ) 
black chalk, pen and ink, watercolour on paper 45.2 x 63.7 cm

1503-05 The Battle of Anghiari ( detail ) 
drawing

1505-05 Battle of Anghiari ( Tavola Doria ) 
oil on panel 85 x 115 cm

1503-05c Mona Lisa ( La Gioconda ) 
oil on panel 77 x53 cm

1503-07 A Grotesque Head 
chalk

1503-07 Study for Kneeling Leda 
chalk and pen and ink on paper 12.6 x 10.9 cm

1503-10 Study of St Anne, Mary and the Christ Child 
charcoal and pen and ink on paper 10 x 8.5 cm

1503c Head of a Man 
chalk on paper

1503c Study of St. Anne, Mary, the Christ Child and the Young St. John 
ink on paper

1504 Study of a Rider ( detail ) 
chalk on paper

1504-05 Head Studies 
metal point, black and red chalk on paper 19.1 x 18.8 cm

1504-05 Head of a Warrior ( The Red Head ) 
red chalk on paper 22.6 x 18.6 cm

1505c Anatomical Studies 
ink on paper 25.3 x 19.7 cm

1505c Head of Leda 
chalk and ink on paper 17.7 x 14.7 cm

1505c Old Man with Ivy Wreath and Lion's Head 
chalk on paper 18.3 x 13.6 cm

1505c Portrait of an Old Man 
ink on paper

1505c Study of Horses
 chalk on paper

1506-08 The Virgin of the Rocks 
oil on panel 189.5 x 120 cm 
© The National Gallery, London

1506c Star of Bethlehem and other Plants 
chalk and ink on paper 19.8 x 16 cm


1506c Studies of Legs of Man and the Leg of a Horse 
chalk and ink on paper 28.5 x 20.5 cm

1506c Study for the Kneeling Leda 
ink on paper 12.6 x 10.9 cm

1508-10 Study for the Trivulzio Equestrian Monument 
pen and ink on paper 28 x 19.8 cm

1508-12 The Head of the Virgin in Three-Quarter View Facing Right 
chalk, charcoal, traces of pen and ink 20.3 x 15.6 cm

1508c Head of a Young Woman with Tousled Hair ( Leda ) 
gouache on wood 36.2 x 24.7 cm

1509-10 Anatomical Studies of a Male Shoulder 
pen and ink on paper 29.2 x 19.8 cm

1509-10 Study of Cardiovascular System and Principal Organs of a Woman

1509-14 Study of Embryos 
chalk, pen and ink wash on paper 30.5 x 22 cm

1510 Leda 
oil on panel 130 x 77.5 cm

1510c Leda and the Swan 
oil on panel 69.5 x 73.7 cm ( destroyed )

1510c Leda and the Swan
oil on panel 112 x 86 cm

1530c Leda


1510-11 Anatomical Studies of the Shoulder 
chalk and pen and ink on paper 28.9 x 19.9 cm

1510-15 St John in the Wilderness ( Bacchus ) 
oil on panel transferred to canvas 177 x 115 cm

1510c Head of Saint Anne 
chalk on paper

1510c Madonna and Child with St. Anne 
oil on wood 168 x 130 cm

1510c Study for Madonna and Child with St. Anne 
chalk and wash on paper 23 x 24.5 cm


1513-16 St John the Baptist 
oil on panel 69 x 57 cm

1513c Study Sheet with Cats, Dragon and other Animals 
chalk and ink on paper 27.1 x 20.4 cm

1513c Study Sheet with Horses 
chalk and ink on paper 29.8 x 21.2 cm

1517-18 A Deluge 
chalk and pen and ink on paper 16.2 x 20.3 cm

1517-18 Equestrian Monument 
chalk on paper 27.8 x 18.4 cm

Allegory with Wolf and Eagle 
chalk on paper 17 x 28 cm

Caricature 
pen and ink on paper

Drapery Study for a Seated Figure 
brush and grey distemper on grey canvas 26.6 x 23.3 cm

Drapery for a Seated Figure 
tempera on canvas 18.1 x 23.4 cm

Drapery for a Seated Figure 
tempera on canvas 31.9 x 21.8 cm

Female Head 
charcoal and chalk on paper

Flower Study 
metalpoint, pen and ink on paper 18.3 x 20.1 cm

Various Figure Studies 
pen and ink on paper 27.8 x 20.8 cm

n.d. A Horseman in Combat with a Griffin 
silverpoint on paper 8.8 x 13.9 cm

n.d. Drapery Study 
gouache on canvas

1 comment:

  1. Leonardo will always attract seekers!
    When I was in Paris 2005, I could not visit the Louvre. But the Louvre came with sound recording equipment, which were kindly provided by the French. Found the "Mona Lisa" and began recording background sound created numerous visitors who came to see the masterpiece. The logic was simple. Allow myself to be noted that any masterpiece has the property of highly structured information field. Man - this is also, at its basis, the field structure. There is a contact of two field structures – human and masterpiece. This is probably the power of art. The sounds published the people who were in the masterpiece (talk, the shuffling of feet, etc.) were very valuable to me, they were correlated associated with him. Subjecting these records complicated transformation process, I managed to get some incredible sound. Many are led into shock - these sounds there is a clear identification with the portrait of "Mona Lisa." Similar records I've made in the famous sculpture of Venus. As a result, based on these records, I had three works - "Knowledge", "Flow" and "Communication".
    http://youtu.be/rUDsL8Rg4uo
    MONA LISA_VENUS(Опыт работы с шедеврами) .avi
    Structure of presented video: sound background at Mona Lisa – result of transformational processing of a background, a sound background at Venus – result of transformational processing of a background, a work “Knowledge” fragment (the transformed sounds are used only).
    Full details can be found on my master class
    Academia of Music, Kishinev MOLDOVA http://studiomusicnew.blogspot.com
    ( Sorry, Google translation)

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