Leonardo’s Dragon

27 May, 201906:30

Leonardo Da Vinci was well known for his contributions to science, history, engineering, architecture, drawing and especially painting, with his most famous painting being the Mona Lisa. One of Leonardo’s drawings is causing a stir. Entitled ‘Cats, lions, and a dragon, drawn circa 1517–18’, you may begin to guess what the fuss is about.

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