New Da Vinci on Display at ArtScience

  • The Natural Science gallery reflects da Vinci's deep respect and fascination with nature.

    The Natural Science gallery reflects da Vinci's deep respect and fascination with nature.

  • The Music gallery represents one of the five key subjects in da Vinci's work: mathematics, natural sciences, architecture, technology, and music.

    The Music gallery represents one of the five key subjects in da Vinci's work: mathematics, natural sciences, architecture, technology, and music.

  • The never-before-seen 'Drawing of Two Compasses.'

    The never-before-seen 'Drawing of Two Compasses.'

  • 'Drawing of a Giant Crossbow', one of the new pages on display.

    'Drawing of a Giant Crossbow', one of the new pages on display.

  • 'Portrait of a Lady' contain references to da Vinci, such as the knotted golden braid on the lady's garment.

    'Portrait of a Lady' contain references to da Vinci, such as the knotted golden braid on the lady's garment.

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As the Da Vinci: Shaping the Future exhibition at ArtScience Museum approaches the second half of its run, the museum refreshed its showcase with a new collection of 13 original pages from the Codex Atlanticus, Leonardo da Vinci’s largest notebook, one of which is Drawings of Two Compasses, a page never before seen by the public. Also new to the display are three masterpieces from the School of da Vinci including Portrait of a Lady; the artist—whether it was da Vinci himself or one of his pupils—still remains a mystery. The exhibition is the first time da Vinci’s original masterpieces have been on display in Southeast Asia and ends its run in May.

For more information, visit ArtScience Museum.

 

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