Paintings by Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci, known to the world as a scientist, inventor, painter, architect, sculptor, writer, musician, engineer, mathematician, anatomist, botanist, cartographer, and geologist. Da Vinci is the perfect example of a Renaissance man. He is one of the most, of not the most, revered artist of all times. His painting, Mona Lisa, is the most famous in the world and second to none. Learn more ยป

Paintings by Leonardo da Vinci in Chronological Order

Annunciation, c. 1472 Profile of a warrior in helmet, c. 1472 Landscape drawing for Santa Maria della Neve, 1473
Woman’s Head, c. 1473 Portrait of Ginevra Benci, c. 1474 Study of hands, c. 1474
The Baptism of Christ, c. 1475 Madonna with a Flower (Madonna Benois), c. 1478 Study, c. 1478
Study for the Madonna with the Fruit Bowl, c. 1478 Study of a child with a cat, c. 1478 Study of the Madonna and Child with a Cat, c. 1478
Study sheet, 1478 Study of the Hanged Bernardo di Bandino Baroncelli, assassin of Giuliano de Medici, 1479 Annunciation, 1480
Automobile, c. 1480 Lily, c. 1480 St. Jerome, c. 1480
Studies of central plan buildings, 1480 Study for the Adoration of the Magi, c. 1480 Study of nursing Madonna and profile heads, c. 1480
The Adoration of the Magi, 1480 The Madonna of the Carnation, c. 1480 Crossbow Machine, c. 1481
Drawings of Water Lifting Devices, c. 1481 Multi Barrel Gun, c. 1481 Perspectival study of the Adoration of the Magi, c. 1481
Siege Defenses, c. 1481 Design for a Giant Crossbow, 1482 Head of a girl, c. 1483
Scythed Chariot, c. 1483 Studies of a Bear Walking, c. 1484 Designs for a Boat, c. 1485
Portrait of a Musician, 1485 Self portrait Leonardo discovered a 2009 in Leonardo’s Codex on the Flight of Birds, c. 1485 The anatomy of a foot, c. 1485
The Virgin of the Rocks, c. 1485 An Artillery Park, 1487 Cannon foundry, 1487
Flying machine, c. 1487 Grotesque Profile, c. 1487/strong> Design for a Flying Machine, 1488
Design for a Flying Machine, c. 1488 Head of an Old Man, c. 1488 Study of a central church, c. 1488
Study of the effect of light on a profile head (facsimile), c. 1488 Comparison of scalp skin and onion, 1489 One of Leonardo da Vinci’s designs for an Ornithopter, c. 1489
Studies of human skull, 1489 A study for an equestrian monument, c. 1490 Bust of a man in profile with measurements and notes, c. 1490
Five caricature heads, c. 1490 Matched Couple, c. 1490 Portrait of an Unknown Woman (La Belle Ferroniere), c. 1490
Study of a woman’s head, c. 1490 Study of horses, c. 1490 Study of proportion, c. 1490
The proportions of the head, c. 1490 Madonna Litta (Madonna and the Child), c. 1490 Coition of a Hemisected Man and Woman, c. 1492
Studies of the sexual act and male sexual organ, c. 1492 Study of the Graduations of Shadows on Spheres, c. 1492 The proportions of the human figure (The Vitruvian Man), 1492
Double manuscript page on the Sforza monument (Casting mold of the head and neck), c. 1493 Manuscript page on the Sforza monument, c. 1493 Study for the Last Supper, c. 1494
Study for the Last Supper, c. 1494 Study of five grotesque heads, c. 1494 Canal bridge, c. 1495
Head of Christ, c. 1495 Heads of an old man and a youth, c. 1495 Study for the Last Supper, c. 1495
Study for the Last Supper: James, c. 1495 Study for the Last Supper: Judas, c. 1495 The Last Supper, 1495
Study of an apostle’s head and architectural study, c. 1496 The Lady with the Ermine (Cecilia Gallerani), 1496 Profile of a man and study of two riders, c. 1497
The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist, c. 1499 Birch copse, c. 1500 Caricature, c. 1500
Caricature, c. 1500 Design for a helicopter, c. 1500 Design for a machine for grinding convex lenses, c. 1500
Design for a parabolic compass, c. 1500 Design for an enormous crossbow, c. 1500 Drawing of a botanical study, c. 1500
Drawing of a fancy dress costume, c. 1500 Drawing of an equestrian monument, c. 1500 Drawing of an flood, c. 1500
Drawing of drapery, c. 1500 Drawing of lilies, for an Annunciation, c. 1500 Drawing of locks on a river, c. 1500
Drawing of Salai, c. 1500 Drawing of the comparative anatomy of the legs of a man and a dog, c. 1500 Drawing of the Torso and the Arms, c. 1500
Drawings of a bird in flight, 1500 Drawings of machines, c. 1500 Isabella d’Este, 1500
Storm over a landscape, c. 1500 Study of Christ for the Last Supper, c. 1500 Topographical drawing of a river valley, c. 1500
Salvator Mundi, c. 1500 Study for Madonna with the Yarnwinder, c. 1501 Study for St. Anne, c. 1501
A Grotesque Head, c. 1502 A plan of Imola, 1502 Bird’s Eye View of a Landscape, c. 1502
Landscape near Pisa, c. 1502 Galloping Rider and other figures, c. 1503 Head of a Man, c. 1503
Rearing horse, c. 1503 Study of horses for the Battle of Anghiari, c. 1503 Study of St Anne, Mary and the Christ Child, c. 1503
Study of St. Anne, Mary, the Christ Child and the young St. John, c. 1503 Battle of Anghiari, c. 1504 Group of riders in the Battle of Anghiari, c. 1504
Mona Lisa, c. 1504 Page from a notebook showing figures fighting on horseback and on foot, c. 1504 Studies of Leda and a horse, c. 1504
Study of a rider, c. 1504 Study of battles on horseback, c. 1504 Study of battles on horseback and on foot, c. 1504
Anatomical studies, c. 1505 Design for a Flying Machine, c. 1505 Head of Leda, c. 1505
Old man with ivy wreath and lion’s head, c. 1505 Profile of an old man, c. 1505 Studies for the heads of two soldiers in ‘The Battle of Anghiari’, c. 1505
Study of David by Michelangelo, 1505 Study of horses, c. 1505 The anatomy of a male nude and a battle scene, c. 1505
The Virgin of the Rocks, c. 1505 Stof Bethlehem and other plants, c. 1506 Studies of legs of man and the leg of a horse, c. 1506
Study for the “Burlington House Cartoon”, c. 1507 Drawing of the uterus of a pregnant cow, 1508 Head of a Young Woman with Tousled Hair (Leda), c. 1508
Studies of Water passing Obstacles and falling, c. 1508 Study of a child, c. 1508 Anatomical studies of a male shoulder, c. 1509
A seated man, and studies and notes on the movement of water, c. 1510 Anatomical studies (larynx and leg), 1510 Anatomical studies of the shoulder, c. 1510
Head of Saint Anne, c. 1510 Leda, c. 1510 Madonna with the Yarnwinder, c. 1510
Seated old man, c. 1510 Studies of water, c. 1510 Study for Madonna and Child with St. Anne, c. 1510
Study for St. John in the Wilderness, c1510 Study for the Trivulzio Equestrian Monument, c1510 Study for the Trivulzio monument, c1510
The Virgin and Child with St. Anne, 1510 Portrait of a Bearded Man, possibly a Self Portrait, c. 1513 Studies of the foetus in the womb, c. 1513
Studies of the Villa Melzi and anatomical study, 1513 Study of water, c. 1513 Study sheet with cats, dragon and other animals, c. 1513
Study sheet with horses, c. 1513 Anatomy of the Neck, 1515 Bird’s eye view of sea coast, c. 1515
St. John the Baptist, c. 1515 Allegory with wolf and eagle, c. 1516 Deluge over a city, c. 1517
Equestrian monument, c. 1517 Masquerader in the guise of a Prisoner, c. 1517 Natural disaster, c. 1517
Equestrian Statue, c. 1519 Caricature Codex on the flight of birds
Drapery for a seated figure Drawing of a Woman’s Torso Female Head
Head of Christ Head of St. Andrew Head of St. James the Less
Head of St. John the Evangelist Head of St. Peter Heads of Judas and Peter
Heads of Sts Thomas and James the Greater Heart and its Blood Vessels Sedge
Spring Device Studies for a Nativity Studies of crabs
Studies of the Arm showing the Movements made by the Biceps Study of a Figure for the Battle of Anghiari Study of an Old Man
Study of Arms and Hands Study on the proportions of head and eyes Various figure studies
View of a Skull View of a Skull (2) Views of a Foetus in the Womb

6 responses to “Paintings by Leonardo da Vinci”

  1. LOGAN says:


  2. Avani says:

    Tenuring capacity on art,science and technology …..extraordinary work!!!

  3. umayanganie says:

    this web site helps me to my history project……………………………………………………

  4. ramses says:

    I wonder if there is a connection with the backgrounds of the mona lisa and some of the modonna. They seem to have the same theme going on. I know some of the conspiracy with his paintings and some kind of dooms day theory.

  5. Jennifer says:

    I don’t understand the need to “black out” the body parts on the painting of Leda!! It ruins the whole painting. . . . even just to look at it on a website!!

  6. manuel says:

    leonardo, the best fresco artist in history…

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