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Er bestaat een pentekening van Leonardo da Vinci uit ca. 1500 van een jonge vrouw, die een treffende gelijkenis heeft met de Mona Lisa (zie hieronder). De pentekening lijkt een studietekening te zijn van de Mona Lisa. Het gaat om een portret van Isabella d’ Este (1474-1539)  http://www.rodinbook.nl/monalisa.html

There is a pen and ink drawing by Leonardo da Vinci from ca. 1500 by a young woman, who has a striking resemblance with the Mona Lisa (see below). The pen drawing seems to be drawing a study of the Mona Lisa. It is a portrait of Isabella d ' Este

Mona Lisa - the most famous painting in the Louvre.  Painted by Leonardo deVinci, circa 1503-19.

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http://www.leonardo-da-vinci-biography.com/images/leonardo-da-vinci-anatomy.2.jpg  Leg of a dog compared to a man.

Drawing of the comparative anatomy of the legs of a man and a dog Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Completion Date: Place of Creation: Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: sketch and study Technique: ink Material: paper

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Leonardo Da Vinci's Personal Writings Show Us How A Genius Thinks

Leonardo da Vinci's study of embryos in the womb. Da Vinci's contributions to information on human anatomy were considerable.

Leonardo da Vinci - Drawings - Animals - Horse Head.jpg

Leonardo da Vinci, We would have the great statue Leonardo was planning to make of the horse if the Duke of Milan hadn't melted down his bronze to make weapons.

Prisoner - Leonardo da Vinci

Masquerader in the guise of a Prisoner.jpg, 1517 by Leonardo da Vinci. sketch and study

Leonardo Da Vinci

'La Bella Principessa' (The Beautiful Princess) or Portrait of a Young Fiancée- attributed to Leonardo da Vinci and believed to be a portrait of Bianca Sforza drawn in

Study for Madonna with the Yarnwinder - Leonardo da Vinci

Study for Madonna with the Yarnwinder Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Completion Date: Place of Creation: Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: sketch and study Technique: chalk Material: paper Dimensions: x cm Gallery: Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy

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