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Leonardo da Vinci:

Where to see his masterpieces and events in 2019-2020
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October 30, 2019

Last updated on December 12th, 2019 at 05:15 pm

Leonardo Da Vinci left his mark all over Italy in frescoes, drawings, buildings and prototypes, he was a painter, scientist, architect, and Renaissance man. We still have many of his blueprints that are our world’s technological milestones.

You can see his masterpieces not only in Italy but also outside his native land. In 2019 and 2020 there are many celebrations for the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci we selected the best landmarks and events where to enjoy his works.

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Art Exhibitions and Galleries where you can always see the masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci:

Louvre, Paris 

La Gioconda

Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan

Il Cenacolo Vinciano

National Gallery, London

La Vergine delle Rocce e il Cartone di Sant’Anna

Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

Annunciazione, Adorazione dei Magi e Battesimo di Cristo

Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Madonna Litta e Madonna Benoit

Musei Vaticani, Rome

San Girolamo

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

Ritratto di Ginevra de Benci

There are other landmarks where to see Leonardo da Vinci masterpieces like in Venice “L’Uomo Vitruviano”.

There have been amazing exhibitions and events during the first and second part of 2019 to celebrate Leonardo da Vinci, however there are still great exhibitions that you should not miss where to see extraordinary pieces.

Leonardo da Vinci where to see his masterpieces by Haute Retreats

October 20th 2019 – February 20th 2020

Louvre, Paris

One of the biggest events of the season in the art worls, opened on October 24th 2019 in France. What are the hightlights of this exhibition? The inclusion of unique works of Leonardo “L’Uomo Vitruviano” (The Vitruvian Man), that this year we saw at the Galleria dell’Accademia in Venice back in June. It is typically shown every six years because it’s so fragile and this year we were lucky enough to see it. You can see it at the Louvre until February 20th 2020.

The Louvre owns four other paintings by Leonardo—The Virgin of the Rocks, La Belle Ferronnière, Saint John the Baptist, and Saint Anne, comprising about one-third of all the paintings attributed to Leonardo—and they will all be in the show as well as the Mona Lisa.

Salvator Mundi, the painting now in Saudi Arabia where the owner resides is still not sure to be part of the exhibition.

A visit is worth it since Delieuvin and Frank, who have worked for realizing this project for ten years, are convinced that you’ll learn something totally new about the career of Leonardo da Vinci.

November 22nd 2019 – March 15th 2020


80 drawings by the Leonardo da Vinci are going to be exposed in Scotland next month.

The exhibition is to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of da Vinci, and the Renaissance master’s greatest drawings will go on display at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, in the largest exhibition of the artist’s work ever to be seen in Scotland.

One of the greatest collections of drawings is owned by the Queen.

The exhibition includes some of the finest examples of the artist’s anatomical drawings, including The skull sectioned (1489), The fetus in the womb (c.1511) and The cardiovascular system and principal organs of a woman (c.1509–10).

After many exhibitions and events to celebrate Leonardo da Vinci in Uk, this one is the culmination where the audience will have the opportunity to see the work of this   unparalleled artist.

We would like to remind you that the Uffizi gallery now features an entire room of Leonardo’s masterpieces. The new room that hosts Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings was inaugurated on 9th July 2018.

The room is next to the one of Raphael, on the second floor of the Uffizi.

On the left is the Baptism of Christ, executed for the Church of San Salvi in Florence in 1475/78, where young Leonardo collaborated with his master Andrea del Verrocchio realizing the angel in profile.

On the opposite wall is the Annunciation, from the Church of Monte Oliveto, in the centre is the recently restored Adoration of the Magi, commissioned by the Augustinians for their Church of San Donato a Scopeto and left unfinished when Leonardo had to move to Milan in 1482.