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30/04/2012. LONDON, UK. A member of the gallery staff from The Queen's Gallery, looks at Leonardo da Vinci's 'The cardiovascular system and principle organs of a woman'.  A sketched in c.1509 it also contains what is suspected to be one of the artist's fingerprints. Featuring 87 pages of sketches from the artist's notebooks the exhibition, entitled 'Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomist', is the largest ever of his anatomical work and opens at The Queen's Gallery in London on Friday the 4th of May. Photo credit: Matt Cetti-Roberts
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