Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet

  • Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Poster
  • Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Painting
  • Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Paddle steamer
  • Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Renaissance cuisine
  • Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Self-portrait
  • Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Assault ladder
  • Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Codex
Exhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - PosterExhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - PaintingExhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Paddle steamerExhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Renaissance cuisineExhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Self-portraitExhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Assault ladderExhibition - Da Vinci, The artist, the engineer, the gourmet - Codex
Go back in time to discover a man seeking out the secret laws of nature

Europa Expo is holding a brand-new, large-scale exhibition at Guillemins station from 24 February to 30 June 2024. It is dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci, the Renaissance polymath who died at the age of 67.

Throughout his whole life, he tried to understand the world around him through observation and experimentation. He tried his hand at all disciplines and was an inventor, architect, theoretician, painter, anatomist, mathematician... As you browse through this exhibition, you’ll gain a better understanding of why this artist is still now considered as one of the greatest geniuses in History. The event presents the success of his works which have stood the test of time, such as the Mona Lisa or  Salvator Mundi, the most valuable painting in the world.

You will then have some answers that will give you a better idea of his legacy 500 years after his death and lead you to understand how this genius was able to impress the world and to what extent he revolutionised art history, with just twenty paintings.

The exhibition also presents the full collection of all Leonardo da Vinci’s codices. You can admire the most beautiful drawings selected from the 7,000 pages that are still preserved today and discover many reflections and sketches in very varied fields. The exhibition displays the Arundel, Atlanticus and Leicester codices whose owner is none other than Bill Gates.
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