The map of Imola by Leonardo da Vinci: Bridging Art and Science in Renaissance Cartography

May 17, 2024 137

Leonardo da Vinci’s map of Imola is a remarkable historical artifact as well as a symbol of the innovative developments in cartography during the Renaissance. Created for Cesare Borgia, this map represents a pivotal moment in the evolution of mapping techniques, as it blended together artistic precision with scientific inquiry.

Let’s explore together the creation, significance, and lasting impact of this little-known masterpiece by Leonardo, currently housed in the Royal Collection of the United Kingdom at Windsor Castle. 

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