Leonardo da Vinci Drawings Exhibition at Queen’s Gallery
The 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, is remembered this year. For this reason, an exhibition brings together more than 200 of the best drawings of the Renaissance master in the Royal Collection, forming the largest exhibition of Leonardo’s work in more than 65 years.
The drawing served as the laboratory of Leonardo da Vinci. This allowed him to develop his ideas and seek the universal laws that he believed that sustained and explained all creation.
Leonardo’s drawings in the Royal Collection have been together since the death of the artist in 1519. The drawings were acquired during the reign of Charles II and provide an unbeatable view of the functioning of the mind of Leonardo da vinci.
They also represent the entire spectrum of their interests and reflect the full range of their interests. We are talking about painting, sculpture, architecture, anatomy, engineering, cartography, geology and botany. He was also a prominent Military Engineer
Site : The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace
Leonardo da Vinci Drawings Exhibition