An in-depth study of Leonardo da Vinci's earliest-known drawing has proved that the great Renaissance artist was ambidextrous, Italy's Uffizi Gallery said on Monday. (Reuters Lifestyle) More
The DA's national elections manager Jonathan Moakes says though the party may have had "racial nationalists" vote against it, there has been a "significant ...
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The word "genius" is universally associated with the name of Leonardo da Vinci – a true Renaissance man, he embodied scientific spirit, artistic talent and ...
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Is this Leonardo da Vinci's hair?, Arts News & Top Stories The Straits Times
VINCI (Italy) • An Italian museum says it plans to carry out DNA tests on a lock of hair it believes might have belonged to Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, ...
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The DA's campaign strategy could jeopardise its own chances of its envisioned coalition government with smaller parties, according to IFP MP Mkhuleko ...
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Da Vinci 'claw hand' may have impaired later art: study Egypt Independent
Leonardo da Vinci may have suffered traumatic nerve damage that left him with a "claw hand", impairing his ability to paint in later life, a new study said.
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Academics in Italy scrutinised a red chalk portrait by artist Giovan Ambrogio Figino. The portrait revealed da Vinci with his right hand in an unusual position.
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