Leonardo Da Vinci is perhaps the most known painter of all times. He was born in 1452 in Anchiano, Italy, and died in 1519 in Clos Luce, France. Besides being a gifted painter, he was also a sculptor, achitect, musician and engineer. He designed prototypes of machines that would be developed several centuries later, such as the helicopter, the machine gun and the submarin. As a painter, perhaps his most famous masterpiece is The Gioconda or Mona Lisa, which is a portrait of the wife of Francesco Bartolomeo del Giocondo. This painting, along with five more, is part of an entertaining and educative set of jigsaw puzzles developed by Czech company Spidia Data Processing. With this game, you can assemble six 48-piece jigsaw puzzles featuring Da Vinci paintings like St John the Baptist, the Madonna Litta, the Portrait of a Musician, a Horse study, and a Self-Portrait. You can choose to show or hide the model image for serving as a guide for assempling the puzzle. If you choose to show it, you can visualize it in five different sizes according to your needs. The game is compatible with all versions of Windows OS, and, best of all, is absolutely free.