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Sourced from the Ambrosiana Library in Milan, Italy, the Da Vinci Codex Atlanticus collection captures the genius of Leonardo. Every image has been digitalized in ultra-high resolution quality, with over 2,000 to choose from.
Originally gathered together by the sculptor Pompeo Leoni in the late 16th century, its 1,119 leaves are now arranged in twelve volumes, which are currently preserved at the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan. The Codex Atlanticus, or Atlantic Codex, takes its name from its large size, being comparable to an atlas. This varied collection brings together studies in painting, as well as sculptural, architectural and engineering projects.
Delve into Leonardo’s unique observations and astonishing inventions
Pages from the Atlantic Codex give insight into his intellectual curiosity in all manner of subjects, from studies in flight, to weaponry, anatomy, mathematics and astronomy. These pages of drawings, diagrams, notes and illustrations show us, in fascinating detail, the workings of a true universal mind.