Bacchus by Leonardo Da Vinci

Bacchus by Leonardo Da Vinci

The painting by the artist Leonardo da Vinci, originally called “Saint John in Exile,” eventually received another, more common name, “Bacchus” or “Bacchus.” The size of the picture is 177 x 115 cm, wood, oil.

The painting was created by the master between 1507 and 1513, during the stay of the great painter in Milan, where Leonardo da Vinci in between scientific studies was engaged in the project of a grand equestrian monument to the conqueror of Lombardy, French Marshal Trivulzio.

According to the versions of some researchers of the work of Leonardo da Vinci, the picture is presumably the work of the students of the workshop of Leonardo – Boltraffio, Jampetrino or Cesare de Sesto.

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