Leonardo’s earliest surviving work of art is a landscape sketch of Vinci in his notebook dating from 1473 when he was 21 years old.
The earliest surviving painting is BAPTISM OF CHRIST, a collaboration with his old master, Verrocchio (as seen in Marketing The Messiah).
On this episode, we go deep on both works of art, looking at what made Leonardo da Vinci different from his contemporaries.
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