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Leonardo Da Vinci
s Are My Quarantine Obsession
Comparing two masterpiece treatments made just 50 years apart: one revolutionary and prevailing, the other genius and forgotten.
How a $1,000 Art-Auction Bet Turned Into a $450 Million ‘Da Vinci’
The invention of the
Leonardo da Vinci Painting Sold at Auction for Record-Breaking $450.3 Million
Marketed as “The Last da Vinci,”
was the last known painting by the master in a private collection.
Jerry Saltz: Christie’s Says This Painting Is by Leonardo. I Really Doubt It.
One look at this painting tells me it’s a sham.
Leonardo DiCaprio Will Play Leonardo da Vinci in an Upcoming Biopic
Paramount just closed a seven-figure deal to acquire an upcoming book on the artist’s life, with DiCaprio attached to produce and star.
Beyoncé and Jay Z Try Out Their Mona Lisa Smiles at the Louvre
Old icon, meet new icon.
E. Alex Jung
Writer Making a TV Show About Da Vinci
He’s the superheroic renaissance man.
Crazed Art Historians Formulate Hilarious Plot to Exhume Leonardo da Vinci’s Corpse
No, this isn’t a pitch for a new Dan Brown novel.
Da Vinci Fingerprint Might Make Dude Rich
A chalk portrait bought for $19,000 two years ago might be worth $100 million if it’s by Da Vinci.
So Wait, What Is Peter Greenaway’s ‘Last Supper’ Thing?
We track down some Web video that shows just how cool the mysterious Milan project was.