The Mona Lisa returned to the Louvre Museum on Monday, after ten months of restoration. Considered by many as the world's most famous artwork, Leonardo Da Vinci painted her in Florence between 1503 and 1506.
Winnie Harlow, Halima Aden and Hari Nef posed as famous artworks - the subjects of which they have more in common with than
Now you can see all your chins in action.
We all know the feeling when you go to take a selfie and accidentally find yourself video recording your double chin (so
This could be a topless sketch of the iconic model.
'It is not a pale copy.'
Mystery surrounds the appearance of a 2,000-year-old bronze statue of the Greek God Apollo – after it was retrieved from
In a feat of technical genius sure to have pleased even Leonardo da Vinci himself, scientists have created the smallest painting
By this point, I think we are all US-ed out. We've travelled east coast to west coast, and have probably devoured all the chunky chips and diet soda we can stomach. It's time for a European twist.
Nasa has beamed a copy of the Mona Lisa to the moon using a high-powered laser. The image of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece
Mario Balotelli's agent Mino Raiola has said the striker is "as valuable as the Mona Lisa". The Manchester City striker is
This week the Tate Modern became the victim of art vandalism after Vladimir Umanets allegedly daubed his signature on Mark
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Bob Hoskins has announced his retirement from the big screen, and revealed that he is suffering from Parkinson's Disease
Art theft, some might say, is the thinking man's crime. First: there's the knowledge. The background in art history and antiques
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For many of us the word balloon conjures up images of clowns, inflatable poodles and children’s parties, not Da Vinci, Warhol
Right before Christmas, I had coffee with "Weird Al" Yankovic. The two of us had collaborated on my 2009 album This Gigantic Robot Kills, and had talked accordion triads and chord fingering over the phone while he was in the studio.
Thanks to the power of the image of Mona Lisa and the imagination of Dan Brown, the da Vinci brand will never lack box office appeal. But, just in case, curators for this new exhibition have used another of the artist's most recognisable works to help drive publicity.