1515, leonardo paints.
The work, initially credited to Da Vinci, is now believed to have been painted by Lorenzo di Credi.4 5 6, his full birth name was "Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci meaning "Leonardo, (son) of (Mes)ser Piero from Vinci".In his architectural drawings, however, he demonstrates mastery in the use of massive forms, a clarity of expression, and especially a deep understanding of ancient Roman sources.1503, leonardo is commission to paint a mural for the council hall in Florence's Palazzo Vecchio, which is to be the Battle tagli capelli corti e rossi of Anghiari, a work that would remain unfinished.Martin Kemp, Leonardo seen from the inside out, Oxford University Press, (2004) isbn Sigmund Freud: Leonardo da Vinci, translated by Abraham Brill, 1916, chapter.Although Leonardos experimental technique used for this work failed disastrously, leaving the mural as a sad ruin with peeling paint, it still retains some of the authority which made it the most celebrated painting of its time.In December 1499, however, the Sforza family was driven from Milan by French forces; Leonardo left the statue unfinished (it was destroyed by French archers, who used the terra cotta model as a target) and he returned to Florence in 1500.One of the most celebrated portraits ever painted, it is also known as La Gioconda, after the presumed name of the woman's husband.His patrons included the Medici, Ludovico Sforza and Cesare Borgia, in whose service he spent the years 15, and King Francis I of France.
Leonardo: The Artist and the Man.

Then, between the ages of fifteen and eighteen, after he moved with his family to Florence, was apprenticed to one of the leading artists in the city Andrea di Cione, called Verrocchio (True Eye).The Battle of Anghiari in the Palazzo Veechio.Some evidence of Leonardo's personal relationships emerges both from historic records and from the writings of his many biographers.Leonardo The Florentine: A Study in Personality.1498, the Last Supper is completed.He was employed by Ludovico from 1481 to 1499, during which time his most important works were the Virgin of the Rocks, the Last Supper and a huge model of a horse for an equestrian monument which was never completed.During this second Florentine period, Leonardo painted several portraits, but the only one that survives is the famous Mona Lisa (1503-1506, Louvre).In this the assumption is clearly that Leonardos accomplishments were limited by the constraints of the era in which he lived.Leonardo seems to have had a special affection for the picture, for he took it with him on all of his subsequent travels.
He then returned to Florence to resume life as an artist.
His father had married a sixteen-year-old girl named Albiera, 7, ser Piero married four times and produced children by his two later marriages.

While we can't all buy the actual pieces, we can still all take in a little bit of Da Vinci through art prints of his works.
Probably his most famous drawing is the magnificent self-portrait in old age (1510?-1513?, Biblioteca Reale, Turin, Italy).
In 1481 Leonardo commenced an important commission, the painting of a large altarpiece for the church.