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Leonardo Da Vinci Art Tiles

Updated on August 23, 2012

Leonardo Da Vinci art tiles suitable for kitchens or bathrooms, decorative and useful.

Leonardo Da Vinci was one of the leading artists of the 15th/16th Century and is much loved today. If you are an art lover and need to put up some new tiles in your kitchen or bathroom, then what could be better than to have an example of one of the finest painters in Europe.

These ceramic murals are made one piece at a time and can be used in kitchen back splashes, bathroom shower walls, any indoor wall or outdoor shaded area (no direct sun, but all weather stable).

I have also included framed art tiles and trivet tiles to this list along with links to the Nationa Gallery exhibition currently running a display of Leonardo Da Vinci paintings.

Lady with an ermine/Wikipedia

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Leonardo the man

Leonardo was mostly a self taught Genius. His formal education had been very basic and completed at a very young age. His brilliance stemmed not from a natural talent (even though any drawing from his youth is obviously advanced). But his Genius instead stemmed from an insatiable spirit driven to reach a goal that he gave himself from again a very young age.

He was so mesmerised by the beauty and workings of nature in Tuscany (his original home) as a child that he chose to learn absolutely everything there was about how nature worked! He decided no secret held by nature would be kept from him. One of Leonardo's motivations of his inventions was to mimic nature, learn from it or in a sense control it!

The true Genius of Leonardo Da Vinci was thus a product of his overall positive and driven attitude with his endless energy flowing from his deep commitment to complete his goal.

Leonardo Da Vinci

Tile Murals for kitchens and bathrooms

Madonna of the Yarnwinder

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Painted 1501. Oil on canvas. Two original versions exist - both in private collections.

Mural size

MURAL SIZE: 18x24 Inches Using (12) 6x6 Ceramic Tiles-Satin Finish

PRICING: Ceramic Wall Grade Tiles | $60 per sq ft | 4.25, 6x6, 8x8, 12x12 inch tiles available

COMMON USES: Kitchen Back Splash Tile | Bathroom Shower Tile | Accent/Decor | Any Indoor Wall

TILES: Commercial Grade Indoor Ceramic Wall Tiles-Satin Finish

The Last Supper

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Painted 1495-98. Tempera on gesso, pitch and mastic. Can be found in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan

Mural size

Leonardo Da Vinci Religious Floor Tile Mural 6. 18x36 Inches Using (18) 6x6 ceramic tiles.
Leonardo Da Vinci Religious Floor Tile Mural 6. 18x36 Inches Using (18) 6x6 ceramic tiles.

MURAL SIZE: 18x36 Inches Using (18) 6x6 Ceramic Tiles-Satin Finish

PRICING: Ceramic Wall Grade Tiles | $60 per sq ft | 4.25, 6x6, 8x8, 12x12 inch tiles available

COMMON USES: Kitchen Back Splash Tile | Bathroom Shower Tile | Accent/Decor | Any Indoor Wall

YOUR Mural Can Be Designed To Any Size | Using Your Photos Or Ours | Contact Us For A Quote

TILES: Commercial Grade Indoor Ceramic Wall Tiles-Satin Finish

 

Madonna Litta

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Painted 1481-97. Oil on canvas (transferred from panel. Can be found in Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. Thought to be by the hand of Leonardo and a pupil, Marco d'Oggiono.

Angel from the Annunciation

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Oil on panelainted 1473-4. Oil on panel. Housed at Uffizi, Florence.

Mural

Leonardo Da Vinci Angels Ceramic Tile Mural 23. 30x30 Inches Using (25) 6x6 ceramic tiles.
Leonardo Da Vinci Angels Ceramic Tile Mural 23. 30x30 Inches Using (25) 6x6 ceramic tiles.

MURAL SIZE: 30x30 Inches Using (25) 6x6 Ceramic Tiles-Satin Finish

PRICING: Ceramic Wall Grade Tiles | $60 per sq ft | 4.25, 6x6, 8x8, 12x12 inch tiles available

COMMON USES: Kitchen Back Splash Tile | Bathroom Shower Tile | Accent/Decor | Any Indoor Wall

YOUR Mural Can Be Designed To Any Size | Using Your Photos Or Ours | Contact Us For A Quote

TILES: Commercial Grade Indoor Ceramic Wall Tiles-Satin Finish

 

Leda and the Swan

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Painted in 1508

There are nine known copies of the painting, including:

Cesare da Sesto, Leda and the Swan (pictured). Oil on wood, 69.5 x 73.7 cm. Wilton House, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

Mural

Leonardo Da Vinci Nudes Kitchen Tile Mural 29. 18x24 Inches Using (12) 6x6 ceramic tiles.
Leonardo Da Vinci Nudes Kitchen Tile Mural 29. 18x24 Inches Using (12) 6x6 ceramic tiles.

MURAL SIZE: 18x24 Inches Using (12) 6x6 Ceramic Tiles-Satin Finish

PRICING: Ceramic Wall Grade Tiles | $60 per sq ft | 4.25, 6x6, 8x8, 12x12 inch tiles available

COMMON USES: Kitchen Back Splash Tile | Bathroom Shower Tile | Accent/Decor | Any Indoor Wall

YOUR Mural Can Be Designed To Any Size | Using Your Photos Or Ours | Contact Us For A Quote

TILES: Commercial Grade Indoor Ceramic Wall Tiles-Satin Finish

 

Bacchus

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Painted 1510-15. Oil on walnut panel transferred to canvas. Now located in the Louvre, Paris.

Tile Trivets

Decorative and useful

Mona Lisa

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Painted 1503-16. Oil on cottonwood. Louvre, Paris.

Mona Lisa

1503–16

St. John the Baptist

Painted 1508-16. Oil on walnut wood. In the Louvre, Paris.

The Last Supper

1495–8

Female Head

c. 1508

Framed Tiles

Leonardo Da Vinci at the National Gallery - 9 November 2011 - 5 February 2012

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'Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan' is the most complete display of Leonardo's rare surviving paintings ever held. This unprecedented exhibition - the first of its kind anywhere in the world - brings together sensational international loans never before seen in the UK.

Leonardo the artist

While numerous exhibitions have looked at Leonardo da Vinci as an inventor, scientist or draughtsman, this is the first to be dedicated to his aims and techniques as a painter. Inspired by the recently restored National Gallery painting, The Virgin of the Rocks, this exhibition focuses on Leonardo as an artist. In particular it concentrates on the work he produced as court painter to Duke Lodovico Sforza in Milan in the late 1480s and 1490s.

As a painter, Leonardo aimed to convince viewers of the reality of what they were seeing while still aspiring to create ideals of beauty - particularly in his exquisite portraits - and, in his religious works, to convey a sense of awe-inspiring mystery

View the collection

Leonardo Da Vinci in Print

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      pinkrenegade lm 5 years ago

      Nice tribute to Leornado Da Viinci. I find that his works have numerous meanings hidden just below the surface. I am also a big fun of the "Vitruvian man"