We do not know much about Leonardo Da Vinci's early life, but what we do know is that Da Vinci became the master in the guild of St. Luke at the age 20, and his first known work was a pen and ink drawing of the Arno Valley. Da Vinci was best known for his work, the Mona Lisa. Mona Lisa was the work that Da Vinci desired to make perfect in his life, but we do not know who the woman Da Vinci was trying to depict in his picture. Another very famous picture that Da Vinci painted in his life was the Last Supper. The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa are both located in the Louvre, of which is located in France.
Leonardo Da Vinci was considered a genius, not only of art but also of science and mathematics, as he as he also learned science and math as they both would be very helpful to use in art. Leonardo wrote down all of his collections and observations, which lead to about 13,000 pages of his work (not including his paintings).
Leonardo Da Vinci was a very talented artist and was considered one of the greatest men of the Renassaience. Da Vinci died on May 2nd, 1519, in France.