Recto: The muscles of the leg. Verso: The muscles of the trunk and leg | Royal Collection Trust

Recto: a study of a man from the shoulder down, facing the spectator, with legs apart, and the left arm not shown, showing leg muscles;

Leonardo da Vinci, 1452-1519, Italian, The muscles of the leg, c.1508. Pen and ink over black chalk on paper.  Royal Collection Trust, Windsor.

The Royal Collection: Recto: The muscles and nerves of the leg. Verso: The muscles of the leg

Leonardo Da Vinci sketches

Leonardo Da Vinci sketches

Study for the Libyan Sibyl, Michelangelo

artemisdreaming: “Studies for the Libyan Sibyl (recto); Studies for the Libyan Sibyl and a Small Sketch for a Seated Figure (verso), Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, Italian Red.

Leonardo da Vinci

Most artists keep sketchbooks in which they experiment with ideas and collect drawings of their environment. The most famous artist sketchbooks are those by Leonardo da Vinci. His sketchbooks are.

Леонардо да Винчи

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

Leonardo da Vinci Anatomy References - Daily Art

Leonardo da Vinci Anatomy References - Daily Art

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