A master of innovation, Leonardo da Vinci was equal parts artist and scientist, with his compositions and inventions still captivating audiences today. Emerging as an artist in the later years of the fifteenth century, Leonardo’s immense talent as a draftsman allowed him to quickly surpass his master Verrocchio and embark on a dynamic career that took him to courts across Europe to work on commissions from some of the continent’s most illustrious patrons.

From The Last Supper commissioned by the Duke of Milan to the Mona Lisa acquired by French King Francis I, to the recent record-setting auction of the controversial Salvator Mundi, works in Leonardo’s name have compelled collectors to go to extraordinary lengths to own a piece of his legacy.

Feel a part of this history by investing in a copy of Leonardo, which showcases the best of the artist’s work in impeccable digital detail.