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Thinking 3D: From Leonardo to the Present at Bodleian Libraries [Oxford]

The brachial plexus
The brachial plexus ©

To mark the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death, several small displays are being staged around the University of Oxford on different aspects of his legacy. The Bodleian Libraries are showing an exhibition in their Treasury Gallery on the representation of three dimensions (often in motion) on a sheet of paper. Anatomical drawings by Leonardo from the Royal Collection, which convey the artist's innovations in representing three-dimensionality, will be on display until 9th February 2020.

Rooms and locations with objects on display