The drawings by Leonardo that haven't been shown together in thirty years

Unseen in public for more than thirty years, Leonardo da Vinci’s original drawing depicting the ideal of human proportions, better known as the Vitruvian Man, is now on show in Venice. “Leonardo da Vinci: The Universal Man” at the Galleria dell’Accademia (until 1 December) brings together 52 works on paper by the Renaissance master, with major loans from Italian and international collections.