Javier Sierra

For more information about Javier Sierra, visit www.javiersierra.com.

Leonardo da Vinci

www.Leonardo.net - Images and information relating to the artist and his work.

- A list of museums and public galleries that house some of Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous works.

- Web archive from an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art,"Leonardo da Vinci, Master Draftsman."

- Web resources in conjunction with a BBC production on Leonardo da Vinci, including an interactive 15th-century workshop and a timeline of the artist’s life.

Renaissance Art

www.historychannel.com - Artistic highlights from the Italian Renaissance.

www.arthistory.about.com - Information about the Italian High Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper, other artists of the period, and more.

Italian Locales

www.italiantourism.com - Italian Government Tourism Board.

www.leonet.it - The Leonardo Museum in Vinci, Italy, the artist's hometown.

www.milanoinfotourist.com - Official site for the tourist office of Milan.

www.cenacolovinciano.it - Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, home to The Last Supper (reservations are required to view the painting).

www.milanocastello.it - Sforzesco Castle, residence of the Duke of Milan during the time of The Secret Supper.

- National Museum of Science and Technology, Milan, which features an exhibit based on Leonardo da Vinci's technical drawings.

www.comune.firenze.it - Website of the city of Florence, Italy.

www.romaturismo.com - Website of the tourist board of Rome, Italy.

Elsewhere in Europe

www.amboise-valdeloire.com - Official site of the tourist office of Amboise, France, the final resting place of Leonardo da Vinci.

www.vinci-closluce.com - Website of the Château du Clos Lucé, Leonardo da Vinci’s last residence. The château and its grounds are now a museum devoted to da Vinci and his inventions.

Renaissance Faires and Festivals

www.renaissancemagazine.com - A directory of Renaissance faires and festivals across the U.S. from Renaissance Magazine.