The Australian: The Renaissance of Leonardo da Vinci
On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, and to coincide with the Louvre’s blockbuster exhibition about the artist, Agenda is partnering with the National Art School to invite you to a three-part series of talks about European art history. See more info here.
Check out this article from the Australian below:
By Matthew Westwood
Few exhibitions in recent years have created such anticipation as the Leonardo da Vinci show that opens at the Louvre in Paris on Thursday. It is, after all, the quincentenary year of the original Renaissance man, born in the little town of Vinci, near Florence, in 1452, and who died in Amboise, France, 500 years ago.
Image: Detail from Portrait of a Young Woman of the Court of Milan is on display at the Louvre in Paris as part of the blockbuster Leonardo da Vinci exhibition.