Drawings from the Codex Atlanticus were used by a Polish pianist to resurrect the 'mythical' instrument
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Ever since Dan Brown wrote The Da Vinci Code, blending the world of Renaissance art with a fast-paced murder mystery, countless authors have attempted to replicate his success, and failed.
Wednesday 20 February 2008
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From Kenneth Clark's Civilisation to Alan Yentob on Leonardo da Vinci, when it comes to great art, television keeps on returning to the Italian Renaissance.
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Tuesday 30 May 2006
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