By Any Other Name

April 2015
Blouin Art + Auction;Apr2015, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p18
The article examines a painting that is located in Italy that bares resemblance to the work of the artist Leonardo da Vinci, dealing with topics including how the work resembles the drawing "Portrait of Isabella d'Este" and insights on the topic from the art expert Carlo Pedretti.


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