Da Vinci Stole La Belle Ferronnière

Da Vinci Stole La Belle Ferronnière

This stole features a detail from Leonardo da Vinci's "La Belle Ferronnière".

Leonardo da Vinci (Vinci, 1452 - Amboise, 1519)
Portrait of a woman, known as La Belle Ferronnière. Painted in Milan around 1490 - 1498 - Wood (walnut) - H. : 0,63 m. ; L. : 0,45 m.



Museum :
Musée du Louvre
Themes :
Portrait, Women
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Artist :
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)
Material :
Model dimensions :
180 cm x 50 cm
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Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

Painter, sculptor, architect, scientist, musician and humanist of his time (XV-XVI centuries), initiator of the second Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci is the very figure of the universal genius. After the completion of The Virgin with the Rocks, for the chapel San Francesco Grande, and that of the Equestrian Statue of Francesco Sforza, he found glory throughout Italy. The Last Supper, the ceiling of the Sforza Palace, the Mona Lisa and the Battle of Anghiari are a few of his great artworks. Leonardo also carried out a large amount of studies on zoology, botany, anatomy, geology. In 1516, he joined the court of Francis I, where he participated in urban planning projects. He is taken by an illness on May 2, 1519.