Three versions of Leonardo da Vinci Lady with an Ermine. Secrets of Leonardo da Vinci painting laid bare by new scanning technique Art expert hails ‘remarkable’ revelation by French scientist that Lady with an Ermine portrait was painted three times
Mona Lisa: A Real Hidden Code in Her Eyes Intrigue is usually focused on her enigmatic smile. However, when viewed under a microscope, historians in Italy have discovered that by magnifying the eyes of the "Mona Lisa" tiny numbers and letters can be seen.
twin portraits of Lucrezia and Bartolomeo Panciatichi by Agnolo Bronzino ccording to Monica Shenouda, an art historian who leads walking seminars for Context Travel in Florence, the paintings are rife with geopolitical symbolism of the century.
Head of St. John the Evangelist Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Place of Creation: Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: religious painting Technique: chalk Material: paper Dimensions: x cm Gallery: Musées de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
For the first time in 47 years, the five wooden panels that make up Giorgio Vasari's "Last Supper" are joined together again to make the artwork whole. Art Technicians may assist in projects like these.