(2000 Leonardo da Vinci: The Complete Paintings, New York: Harry.
Vitruvian Man, pen and ink on paper,.3.5 cm (13.5.6.
Oil on canvas (transferred from panel.3 cm, Hermitage, St Petersburg.
It seems probable that future years will bring more research again, and probably still no definitive conclusions with such a long time having passed since the painting's original inception making most theories impossible to prove.( Chapman Faietti 2010 ). .This attribution was made by Suida in 1929.Presentata come una rivelazione esclusiva, è contestata da molti esperti.
Other art historians such as Shearman and Morelli attribute the work to Verrocchio.
34 Described as by Leonardo himself by Carlo Pedretti in 1985.
17 Portrait of a man in red chalk Red chalk on Paper.3.6 cm (13.1.5 in) Biblioteca Reale, Turin Accepted by some scholars, but not universally accepted.
30 31 Attributed to Leonardo by its former owner.
An abridged version was published in 1651 as a treatise on painting ( Trattato della Pittura ).
The drawing which depicts a man in two superimposed positions within a square and circle is named after the architect Vitruvius because it is accompanied by a text which is based on the architects work.