Leonardo da Vinci drawings go on display at Buckingham Palace

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Leonardo da Vinci drawings go on display at Buckingham Palace

Drawings by Leonardo Da Vinci have gone on display at Buckingham Palace, to mark the 500th anniversary since his death. 

'A Life in Drawing' is the largest body of his work on show in more than 65 years and includes one of two self portraits in existence which is on display to the public for the first time. 

Leonardo Da Vinci's work is on show at the Queens Gallery in Buckingham Palace until the 13th of October.

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