Leonardo da Vinci
In 1965 two previously lost notebooks were discovered in the National Library of Spain, Madrid. The first is a vast work concerning technological principles; the second is an intellectual diary spanning 14 years. The lost notebooks were published as The Madrid Codices (1974).
See also Leonardo da Vinci: Life and Work, Paintings and Drawings, ed. by L. Goldschneider (8th ed. 1967); The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, ed. by J. P. Richter (2 vol., 1970); The Literary Works of Leonardo da Vinci, ed. by J. P. Richter (3d ed. 1970); I. B. Hart, The World of Leonardo da Vinci (1962, repr. 1970); P. R. Ritchie-Calder, Leonardo and the Age of the Eye (1970); C. Pedretti, Leonardo: A Study in Chronology and Style (1973); L. Reti, ed., The Unknown Leonardo (1974); K. Clark, Leonardo da Vinci (rev. ed. 1989); M. Kemp, ed., Leonardo on Painting: Anthology of Writings by Leonardo da Vinci (1989); A. R. Turner, Inventing Leonardo (1993); P. C. Marani, Leonardo da Vinci: The Complete Paintings (2001); C. C. Bambach, Leonardo da Vinci: Master Draftsman (2003); F. Zöllner, Leonardo da Vinci: 1452–1519, The Complete Paintings and Drawings (2003); M. Kemp, Leonardo (2004); C. Nicholl, Leonardo da Vinci: Flights of the Mind (2004); M. Clayton and R. Philo, Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomist (2012); R. King, Leonardo and the Last Supper (2012).
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