Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre: Historic exhibition marks 500 years since artist's death
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Five centuries after the master of the Renaissance died, special events have been taking place in France, Italy and further afield to celebrate Leonardo da Vinci's visionary talent in both arts and science. Ten years in the making, a new exhibition showing at the Louvre is the largest collection of his work in any one place.
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