Mona Lisa (1503)
Paris, LouvreThe exact identity of the model for this painting is not known, but it is traditionally identified as the portrait of Monna Lisa del Giocondo that was mentioned by Vasari, and begun in Florence around the year 1503. Leonardo never consigned the work, which he kept as one of his most cherished posessions.
Virgin with St. Anne, the Child and St. John
London, National GalleryThis image was part of the preparation for "The Virgin and Child with St. Anne"
The Virgin and Child with St. Anne
Paris, Musee du LouvreLeonardo was commissioned to do this work for the church at St. Annunziata in Florence. In 1501 the design which served as a basis for this painting was displayed to the public, with an enthusiastic response. (See below)
The Virgin of the Rocks
Paris, Musee du LouvreThis painting was done during Leonardo's first years in Milan.
Rome, Vatican MuseumAnother unfinished work, from around 1482. It was found in a junk shop in Rome in 1820 by Cardinal Fesch. There is much in common with the style of Leonardo's anatomical sketches.
Detail from the Annuciation
Florence, UffiziPainted for the convent of San Bartolomeo di Moneoliveto between 1475 and 1478.
Angels and Landscape of the Baptism of Christ
Florence, UffiziWhen Leonardo worked under Verrocchio he participated in many works including this painting of two angels. Leonardo painted the angel on the left, which differs stylistically from its companion on the right.
Adoration of the Magi