Leonardo Da Vinci

A 15-year study of scans taken in 2004 revealed unseen details, including a hairpin.

Is There a Hidden Drawing Beneath the 'Mona Lisa'?

Newly detailed high-resolution scans show traces of a charcoal underdrawing

The copy of the Last Supper held at the Royal Academy of Arts is attributed to Leonardo da Vinci's pupils Giampietrino and Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio.

See 'The Last Supper' in a New High-Resolution Scan Online

Based on a copy made by Leonardo da Vinci's pupils, the image will be useful to scholars and the public alike

The game's art dealer, a cunning fox named Redd, sells Arnold Böcklin's Island of the Dead under the name Mysterious Painting.

Can You Spot Animal Crossing's Art Forgeries?

Gamers are brushing up on their art history knowledge to spot Redd's counterfeit creations

Tourists wait to see Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.

More Than One Million People Saw the Louvre's Blockbuster Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition

The record-breaking show attracted almost double the number of visitors as the Paris museum's 2018 Delacroix retrospective

"Raphael in Berlin" at the Gemäldegalerie

Raphael's Madonnas Come Together in Berlin Exhibition

Seven artworks on display at the Gemäldegalerie museum highlight the unique sensibilities Raphael brought to an iconic devotional scene

Leonardo da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man" will make an appearance in the Louvre's upcoming blockbuster exhibition

Leonardo’s ‘Vitruvian Man’ Is Headed to the Louvre Despite Italian Scholars’ Protests

Some researchers say the roughly 530-year-old drawing is too fragile, light-sensitive to travel

Karly Bast with her scale model of Leonardo da Vinci's bridge design

Scientists Prove Leonardo da Vinci’s 500-Year-Old Bridge Design Actually Works

A model created at MIT shows the bridge, which would have been 10 times longer than typical ones, could have spanned the Golden Horn

Andrea del Verrocchio, "Head of a Woman With Braided Hair," c. 1475-1478

The Man Who Mentored da Vinci Receives First U.S. Retrospective

National Gallery of Art spotlights Andrea del Verrocchio, a skilled sculptor and painter whose individual accomplishments have long been overlooked

The underlying sketches found beneath The Virgin of the Rocks

Imaging Reveals Leonardo da Vinci Wrestled With the Composition of 'The Virgin of the Rocks'

Two underdrawings detected using high-tech imaging techniques show he altered the figures twice before painting

Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece is normally housed in the Louvre's Salle des États gallery

People Aren't Happy About Their Increasingly Brief Encounters With the ‘Mona Lisa’

The problem stems from the masterpiece's temporary relocation to a different wing of the museum

Still from Mona Lisa Beyond the Glass

The Louvre’s First VR Experience Lets Visitors Get Close to the ‘Mona Lisa’

The project will be featured in a major da Vinci exhibition dropping in October

New Study Suggests Leonardo da Vinci Had A.D.H.D.

The master painter had difficulties with procrastination, finishing projects and staying on task his entire life

'Mona Lisa' Comes to Life in Computer-Generated 'Living Portrait'

A new artificial intelligence system can create realistic animations from a single static image

The lock of hair is set to go on view as of May 2, 2019, the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death

DNA Analysis Could Prove if This Lock of Hair Belonged to Leonardo da Vinci

Researchers will compare results of DNA test to genetic material extracted from artist’s living descendants and his alleged remains

To See the Louvre’s Blockbuster da Vinci Exhibition, You’ll Need an Advance Ticket

The most-visited museum in the world is hoping to limit lines and crowds

"Landscape 8P" (1473) will be on display in the Italian town of Vinci's castle to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Leonardo's death this May.

Was Leonardo da Vinci, a Famous Lefty, Actually Ambidextrous?

A study finds that one inscription on an early Leonardo drawing was penned with the artist’s left hand, while another was written with his right

Win a Sleepover at the Louvre, for One Night Only

Here's your chance to lounge with the Mona Lisa and dine with the Venus de Milo

Could This Work Be Leonardo da Vinci's Only Known Sculpture?

An art scholar argues "Virgin with the Laughing Child" held in a U.K. museum bears the hallmark smile and other techniques of the polymath's other works

"Monna Vanna," ca 1515. Found in the collection of the Condé Museum, Chantilly.

Experts Think This 'Nude Mona Lisa' Could Have Been Drawn by Leonardo da Vinci

Previously attributed to his students, close examination of the charcoal drawing shows a left-handed artist created most of the artwork

Château de Chambord.

Explore France's Loire Valley in the Footsteps of Leonardo da Vinci

Five centuries after his death, visitors can pay homage to the artist at these sites in central France where he spent his final years

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