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‘Mona Lisa’ mystery: Did Leonardo da Vinci paint a second masterpiece?
Besides the iconic ‘Mona Lisa’ by Leonardo da Vinci that is visited by millions of tourists every year at the Louvre Museum in Paris, there is another similar painting featuring the woman with the famous smile and watchful eyes that has sparked debate among experts over its authenticity.
Largest-ever display of Leonardo da Vinci works in Scotland opens in Edinburgh
The largest group of drawings by Leonardo da Vinci ever shown in Scotland forms a new exhibition opened on November 22 at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse.
‘Salvator Mundi’ absent from Leonardo da Vinci show
‘Salvator Mundi,’ the world’s most expensive painting, failed to show up in a major Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the Louvre, despite a request by the Paris museum to borrow the controversial work.
Italy to lend Leonardo da Vinci works to France in masterpiece swap
Leonardo da Vinci’s famous drawing of a spread-eagled male figure, known as the ‘Vitruvian Man,’ will soon travel to Paris to star in a blockbuster Leonardo exhibition at the Louvre Museum. It will make the trip as part of an exchange agreement signed by the culture ministers of France and Italy, after many months of sometimes bitter negotiations.
Is ‘Salvator Mundi’ a real Leonardo da Vinci painting?
Author and art critic Ben Lewis calls the ‘Salvator Mundi’ as “the most beautiful question mark that's ever been painted.” For more than a century, art dealers hunted for the lost treasure — the ‘Salvator Mundi’, or ‘Savior of the World’. It is an ethereal picture rumored to be the work of an original renaissance man.
Italian museum looks to unlock Da Vinci hair mystery
An Italian museum said it plans to carry out DNA tests on a lock of hair it believes might have belonged to the Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, who died 500 years ago this month.
France, Italy mark 500th anniversary of Da Vinci’s death
French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian President Sergio Mattarella kicked off commemorations to mark 500 years since Leonardo da Vinci died in France, paying their respects to the Renaissance genius in a show of unity after months of diplomatic tensions.
France, Italy mark 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death in Loire Valley
Five hundred years after the death of Italian master painter Leonardo da Vinci, the French town of Loire Valley where he spent his last three years will host top-level festivities celebrating his life.
Boston MFA displays da Vinci self-portrait
For the first time in Boston, the “most beautiful drawing in the world” and a recently discovered self-portrait of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) will be displayed.

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