Leonardo da Vinci Tarot

[High Priestess] [7 of Wands] The Leonardo da Vinci Tarot is inspired by the works of this great Italian Renaissance artist. Each card features an element from one of his paintings or drawings placed in a tarot context. The High Priestess is the famous Mona Lisa, now with a mitre (left). The Seven of Wands is a scene from the Battle of Anghiari - a timeless image of the spirit of battle (right). Each card has the number and name in six languages. On the major arcana cards, the name is also given in Italian in the mirror writing Leonardo used in his notebooks. The deck images are the work of two artists - Iassen Ghiuselev for the majors and Atanas Atanassov for the minors - yet the style is consistent throughout. The instruction booklet gives brief card meanings, but not references for the original artwork. Researching this information would be an intriguing way to delve more deeply into this deck and the genius of Lenonardo's art.

Deck
Number of
Cards
Card
Size
Copyright Publisher Card Back Design
78

22 major
56 minor

2 5/8"
x
4 3/4"
2003 Lo Scarabeo
Llewellyn
[back design]
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Also Included:
instruction booklet (64 pages) - English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, title card, publisher card

Category: Tarot

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