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La Bella Principessa: A Leonardo Discovered

by Oxford University

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Martin Kemp discusses 'La Bella Principessa', a profile portrait of a Milanese lady, and the roles of himself, Pascal Cotte, and others including Paul Biro, in attributing this radiant and exciting picture to Leonardo da Vinci. Martin describes his story in coming across the picture, and moves on to the attribution process, first in terms of materials and technique, and then the new technology used in scientific investigation, and social and cultural aspects of the sitter. Martin is interviewed by Kathryn Barush and Maya Corry.

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A huge thank you to Martin Kemp for sharing his knowledge about this incredible discovery. It was facinating and insightful. The world needs more Martin Kemps who are willing to share in this manner. Sincerely, Kari

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