There are male and female versions. I wish I could credit the creator of the Vitruvian woman image. It's from a Hebrew-language website displaying many variations on the da Vinci original but without any attributions that I can find.
The versions for OD&D use a to-hit bonus rather than a THAC0 or equivalent ('cuz that's how I roll). Alignment is replaced by Deity.
Vitruvian OD&D character sheet (male)
Vitruvian OD&D character sheet (female)
In the Swords & Wizardry edition below, the placement of Charisma is open to question, but it serves as a convenient fig leaf if nothing else.
Vitruvian S&W character sheet (female)
Vitruvian S&W character sheet (male)
Since we're on the topic, there's a nifty system-neutral Vitruvian character sheet over at Intwischa.com and a charming Tunnels & Trolls sheet at Trollhalla.
Of course I'd really like all my character sheets to look like Logan Knight's, but alas we don't all have that kind of talent.