Leonardo da Vinci exhibition
Leonardo da Vinci, the greatest of all painters
His immense fame over most of the past five hundred years has been based on his achievements as a painter and a handful of works that have been considered among the most beautiful masterpieces ever created.
An inspiring work of art
Many artists have paid tribute to the master by reproducing his most famous works through chalcography. Today, the Ateliers d'art are the guardians of this little-known collection.
The exhibition Leonardo da Vinci is an opportunity for the chalcography workshop of the Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais to print the last ten engravings from a selection of copper plates from the Louvre's Chalcography engraved by the Count of Caylus after the Tuscan master's drawings.
A large collection of drawings
Vinci was not a prolific painter, but he was as a draftsman, filling his journals with small sketches and detailed drawings in order to keep track of everything that had caught his attention.
Musée du Louvre editions
Discover the Leonard de Vinci selection of the Musée du Louvre editions, which has been involved since 1988 in one of the museum's main vocations, namely the dissemination of knowledge about its collections, a universal heritage that covers eight thousand years of history.
Artist, show organizer, scientist, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, urban planner, botanist, musician, poet, philosopher and writer are all labels that stick to Leonardo da Vinci. Many books are available to learn more about this multi-faceted artist.
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Louvre X Gangzai
Simple and unpretentious, Gangzai brand objects bring pep to our interiors with bright and playful colors and strong graphics.
The Gien faience factory
Symbol of the know-how of a French heritage that draws on its roots and is constantly renewed, the Gien faience factory has created this collection inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's famous Codex.
Petrusse and Brochier
The Maison Brochier Soieries, specialist in silk printing of masterpieces and the Petrusse house, creator of stoles, offer these items as a tribute to Leonardo da Vinci's drawings.
Codex Jewellery Line
This line of jewellery has been developed from the artist's famous Codex drawings.
Discover the works of Bottega Tifernate, the art shop of Città di Castello in Italy which reproduces the works of the great masters of the past in fresco
Founded in 1957 in Treviso, Italy, by a passionate enthusiast of antique writing tools, the brand still manufactures a wide range of high-quality writing accessories for refined enthusiasts.
The famous Italian model-making brand presents these machines, faithful reproductions of the inventions present in Leonardo da Vinci's Codex.