The Incarnate Angel
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
The Incarnate Angel (ca. 1513) is an erotic drawing by Leonardo da Vinci rediscovered in 1991 in a German collection. It is one of the number of erotic drawings of Salai (and others?) by Leonardo once in the British Royal Collection, and is possibly a humorous take on his St. John the Baptist. Salai's name appears (crossed out) on the back of the drawing.