The Leonardo da Vinci Society Annual Lecture is delivered each year by a distinguished scholar of history of art and/or science. Information about recent lectures is provided on this page.
Following a hiatus during the Covid 19 pandemic, annual lectures have resumed. Information about upcoming lectures may be found on our events page.
2024: Martin Clayton
'Describe the jaw of a crocodile': Leonardo's Animal Anatomies
2006: Francis Wells
The Mathematical Heart: Why we should take Leonardo da Vinci Seriously in the 21st Century
2005: Claire Farago
Leonardo's Trattato della Pittura in its Cultural Context
2004: Marina Wallace and Cecilia Frosinini
The Universal Leonardo Project
2003: Antonio Criminisi
Bringing Pictorial Space to Life: Computer Techniques for the Analysis of Paintings