This February to mark the 500 year anniversary of the artists death. a simultaneous exhibition will take place across multiple venues around the UK.
144 of Da Vincis greatest drawings will be sent to 12 venues and the Ulster museum here in Belfast will be one of the venues. This is a fantastic opportunity to see first hand the artists incredible skills when it came to drawing and witness how he prepared for some of his most famous paintings. The Ulster museum will have among the works borrowed a preparatory drawing of the Head of St Anne, made for his famous masterpiece 'The Virgin and Child with St Anne'. It will also include anatomical and botanical drawings showcasing DaVincis range of interests and skills in his lifetime of work.
The Ulster museum will also run several workshops and events to coincide with the exhibition which runs until May.Find out more here