The following section does not include all of the paintings, sketches and studies completed by Leonardo because he executed over a thousand sketches and studies. The bellow images provide an example of the breadth and diversity of Leonardo’s art and interests.
Note: all paintings, sketches and studies are listed in chronological order from the time Leonardo began them.
The Garment Study with a Seated Figure, 1470-1484
The Baptism of Christ, Andrea del Verocchio and Leonardo da Vinci, 1472-1475
Detail: the Baptism of Christ -one or both angels are attributed to Leonardo’s hand.
The Annunciation, 1472-73
Profile of a Warrior in Helmet, 1472
The Study of Hands, c. 1474
Ginevra de’ Benci, 1474-1478
Madonna of the Carnation, 1478
Hanging of Bernardo di Bandino, 1479
Saint Jerome, 1480 c.
“The Giant Crossbow,” 1480-1482
The Adoration of the Magi, 1481-1482
Study of an Angel (for the Virgin of the Rocks), 1483
The Virgin of the Rocks, 1483-1486 c.
The Virgin of the Rocks, 1491-1495 (1506-1508)
Portrait of a Musician, 1490
Lady with the Ermine, 1490 c.
Toothed Gears and Hygrometer, 1485
La Belle Ferroiere, 1490-1495
Grotesque Heads, 1490 c.
Study of Horses, 1490
The Vitruvian Man, 1492
The Last Supper, 1495-1498
Portrait of a Young Fiancée, 1500 c.
Madonna of the Yarnwinder, 1501
Mona Lisa, 1503-1506
Study of a Warrior’s Head (for the Battle of Anghiari), 1504
Head of Leda (for the lost painting Leda), 1504-1506
Study for Leda and the Swan (for the lost painting Leda), 1505-1507
Design for a Flying Machine, 1505
Study of Water Passing Obstacles and Falling, 1508-1509
Studies of the Shoulder and Neck, 1509-1510
The Virgin and Child with St.Anne, 1510 c.
Views of a Fetus in the Womb, 1510-1512
Bacchus (St. John in the Wilderness), 1510-1515
Self-Portrait of Leonardo da Vinci, 1512
St. John the Baptist, 1513-1515
Sketches and Studies