Lead: After years of apprenticeship in Florence, Italy renaissance artist, engineer, sculptor, and man of mystery, Leonardo da Vinci, left for Milan where he began his career as a painter in the court of Duke Ludovico Sforza.

                Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

Content: The undisputed artistic output of Leonardo da Vinci was remarkably small. For a painter with such a prodigious reputation, from a lifetime of work, only seventeen paintings attributed to this master have survived and several of those were unfinished, some coming down to the modern era only as copies. His paintings were generally of Biblical or historical themes, though his most renown, Mona Lisa, was neither.

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