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Berlin's Bode Museum is presenting a new exhibition of early Italian Renaissance portraits, produced in collaboration with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art and including Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece "Lady with an Ermine."
An assistant museum curator who questioned the authenticity of a Leonardo da Vinci has been killed. Before he died, he left a code in his appointment calendar and a cryptic trail of clues connected to secrets in works of art that point to the killer.
An oil painting recently authenticated as the work of Leonardo da Vinci will be on display at the National Gallery in the fall as part of a larger exhibition on the Renaissance artist, the London museum said Monday.
Florence officials are launching a campaign to bring the "Mona Lisa" back for a visit.
Britain's National Gallery expects its Leonardo da Vinci show to be one of the most popular in its 187-year history, and is limiting tickets to prevent the exhibition from being overrun.
Britain's National Gallery says it will limit ticket numbers for its upcoming Leonardo da Vinci show to prevent the exhibition being overrun at peak times.
A male apprentice, longtime companion and possible lover of Leonardo da Vinci was the main influence and a model for the "Mona Lisa" painting, an Italian researcher said Wednesday.
BERLIN (AP) - A researcher has uncovered evidence that apparently confirms the identity of the woman behind the "Mona Lisa's" iconic smile, Germany's University of Heidelberg says.
Oh, baby, could Florentine sculptor Desiderio da Settignano capture the joy of youth. His spirited busts of laughing and almost smiling infants are among the most appealing creations of Renaissance Italy.