Leonardo da Vinci

Salvator Mundi

Latest twist in ‘Salvator Mundi’ painting case again aims to target Saudi

The story has taken a new turn and it leads to questions about why “intelligence” officials had accused MBS of buying a painting that may have been tainted by disputed authenticity.

‘Leonardo da Vinci: The First Start-Up Entrepreneur’

A new exhibit called Leonardo da Vinci: The First Start-Up Entrepreneur just opened in Jerusalem and you can visit until October.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
23/07/2020

Paris in the fall

Verdi, Mozart, El Greco and Leonardo provide a plethora of music and art.

Stepping inside the mind: Da Vinci and the world of the human brain

Da Vinci, born in 1452, made “discoveries” throughout his life that, in most cases, reemerged and were published by researchers around 200 years after his death.

Bloomfield Museum in Jerusalem celebrates Leonardo's 500th anniversary

Italian Renaissance icon Leonardo Da Vinci was a visionary man, an artist, a scientist. The year 2019 marks the 500th anniversary of his death.

Da Vinci and Godunov

A fantastic exhibit of drawings and an unforgettable operatic experience in London.

Decoding Da Vinci

The exhibit also has examples of civil engineering machines that reveal the inventiveness of Da Vinci’s mind in the areas of mechanics as well as hydraulics.

Decoding Da Vinci

From flying machines to mechanical wonders, Leonardo da Vinci’s codices come to life in new interactive exhibition in Tel Aviv.

Salvator Mundi

Da Vinci portrait of Christ to auction for $100 million

The portrait, which depicts Christ in vivid blue and crimson robes and holding a crystal orb, is one of fewer than 20 da Vinci paintings still in existence.

By REUTERS
10/10/2017
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