Print of Da Vincis’s painting Virgin of the Rocks . This is the name used for two paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, of the same subject, and of a composition which is identical except for several significant details. The version generally considered the prime version, in The Louvre in Paris and the other in the National Gallery, London. The paintings are nearly over 6 feet high wooden panels painted in oils; both of them show the Madonna , Jesus, the infant John the Baptist and an angel, in a rocky setting . Although here we can nor appreciate the differences in color, there is a major compositional difference in the right hand of the angel that allows us to confirm that this is a picture or print of the one in the Louvre. The documents associated with the commission of the painting to Leonardo date the paintings between 1483-1486.