The Mona Lisa is one of his most famous paintings. It’s a portrait of Lisa Gherardini del Giocondo who was wife to Francesco del Giocondo. She sat for him in 1503 or 1504 on her husband’s commission. Her enigmatic smile has made it one of the most well-known artworks in history and perhaps even more so than any other painting in Western culture.
Da Vinci painted this work using oil on a poplar panel which gives it its unique texture and depth. This piece is now housed at The Louvre Museum in Paris where it attracts millions of visitors every year!
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1, Mona Lisa
“Mona Lisa” is an oil painting created by the Italian Renaissance painter Leonardo da Vinci, now in the collection of the Louvre Museum in France. The painting mainly expresses the elegant and quiet typical image of women, and it portrays the image of an urban property class woman in the period of rising capitalism.
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“Mona Lisa” represents the aesthetic direction of the Renaissance; the profound and noble ideological qualities of women reflected by this work reflect the aesthetic concept and pursuit of women’s beauty in the Renaissance.
2, The Battle of Anghiari
The Battle of Anghiari
“The Battle of Anghiari” is a mural created by Leonardo da Vinci in the Renaissance period. It is based on the war between Florence and Milan in the 15th century. It is Leonardo’s rare artwork on military subjects.
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“The Battle of Anghiari” depicts the heart of the war, showing the painful and terrifying entanglement of the human body with the horse, and revealing Leonardo’s view of human violence.
3, The Baptism of Christ
The Baptism of Christ
“The Baptism of Christ” is a painting by the Italian Renaissance painter Andre del Verrocchio. His student Leonardo da Vinci may have also participated in the painting of this work. Some art historians believe that others have participated in the drawing.
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The theme of the work is the scene of John the Baptist baptizing Jesus. The angel on the left is believed to have been completed by the young Leonardo. The works are now in the collection of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
4, Leonardo’s Self Portrait
Leonardo’s Self Portrait
“Leonardo’s Self Portrait”. Da Vinci is a profoundly thoughtful, knowledgeable, and versatile painter, fable, sculptor, inventor, philosopher, musician, medical scientist, biologist, geographer, architectural engineer, and military engineer.
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Leonardo believes that the most beautiful research object in nature is the human body, which is a wonderful work of nature, and the artist should take humans as the core of his painting object. The most difficult thing in the world to paint is people, but Leonardo da Vinci is the only painter in human history whose portraits are almost the same as the photos taken with the camera.
5, Virgin of the Rocks
Virgin of the Rocks
“Virgin of the Rocks” was painted in 1483.
Leonardo was commissioned by the church to paint the oil painting “Our Lady of the Rocks” for seven years. In the original picture, the angel has no scepter and no aperture.
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But due to the monks’ strong request for modification, the Virgin should have a halo on her head, the angel must have a cross on her hand, and the angel must have wings on her body.
In desperation, Da Vinci could only recreate, so there were two versions of “Our Lady of the Rocks”.
An artwork was preserved in the Louvre in Paris. Another hangs in the National Gallery in London.
6, Lady With An Ermine
Lady With An Ermine
“Lady with an Ermine” is an exquisite portrait created by Leonardo da Vinci. The woman in the painting is Cecilia Gallerani, who is known for her beauty and rich content.
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Da Vinci vividly captured her characteristics with a paintbrush. Her face turned to the left as if someone was calling her and turned her side. This posture makes her more dynamic, and also more noble and dignified.
7, The Last Supper
The Last Supper
“The Last Supper” was commissioned by Leonardo da Vinci to decorate the walls of the restaurant by the Church of Our Lady of Gratitude in Milan.
The picture reproduces the moment when Jesus declared to the disciples that “one of you is going to betray me”, the disciples’ different reactions, Leonardo captured this dramatic moment through painting.
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8, Vitruvian Man
Vitruvian Man, literally “human proportions according to Vitruvian”. It is a famous painting painted by the Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci in 1490.
The painting represents Leonardo’s concept of ideal human proportions. The painting depicts a figure in two overlapping positions, with arms and legs separated and carved into circles and squares.
First published in reproduction form in 1810, the painting was sought after by art lovers all over the world until the late 19th century. The painting is now preserved in the Gabinetto dei disegni e delle stampe in the Accademia Gallery, Venice, Italy.
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