It's kind of like if "The Da Vinci Code" were written about a cum-stained dress.
Throughout art history, there have been numerous artists who stood out as masters to be remembered for all time. Some past masters include Leonardo da Vinci and Pablo Picasso. As for modern-day masters, Peter Max and Yaacov Agam fit the bill. Show More Summary
Everyone knows of Leonardo da Vinci – the brilliant thinker who has come up with a whole lot of ideas and actual products that work, not to mention being a true master with the brush as arguably his most famous work, the Mona Lisa, continues to puzzle and inspire people even until today. Well, what we have here is a little bit of da Vinci magic which you can bring...
Quit acting like it's the Da Vinci Code of intellect.
Submitted by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog, In 1494, a 47-year old Franciscan friar named Luca Pacioli invented something that was revolutionary. Pacioli was, in fact, a friend and contemporary of Leonardo da Vinci, and the two collaborated frequently. Show More Summary
How does Leonardo da Vinci's Study for the Angel in the "Virgin of the Rocks" (detail) grab you?. The Muscarelle Museum of Art in The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, has borrowed 25+ drawings by Leonardo da Vinci and...Show More Summary
The first exhibition devoted to Leonardo da Vinci?s fascination with the beautiful and the ugly takes place at the Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William & Mary. The show opened on February 21 and will remain on view through April 5, 2015. Show More Summary
"Creating The New World" The post Exclusive Da Vinci’s Demons Second Season Bonus Feature appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Felicity Jones has officially joined the cast of Tom Hanks‘ upcoming Robert Langdon movie Inferno, based on the best-selling book by Dan Brown. Inferno is the fourth book in the franchise after Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code, and The Lost Symbol, the latter of which was not made into a film. Also joining [...]
Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan and Sidse Babett Knudsen join Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones in 'Inferno', which starts production this April. [...]
And they have a complete cast.
Back in December, the lovely Oscar-nominated Felicity Jones was revealed to join Tom Hanks for Inferno, an adaptation of another Dan Brown-penned adventure featuring symbologist Robert Langdon from The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. Show More Summary
Robert Langdon gets amnesia, and only Felicity Jones can get him remembering shit again! Read the full article on AICN Jeremy here... It's been six years since Tom Hanks grew funny-looking hair to play everyone's favorite fictional Harvard professor, Robert Langdon. Show More Summary
Sony and Columbia Pictures’ Inferno, the latest in the lucrative movie franchise based on the Dan Brown books that started with The Da Vinci Code, has added a trio of international stars to its cast: Omar Sy, star of the French hit The...Show More Summary
Ron Howard‘s film Inferno, which is his third adaptation of a Dan Brown novel following The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, has been formally announced by Sony. With that announcement comes the supporting cast lineup, and Felicity...Show More Summary
Find out who'll be joining Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones in the October 14, 2016 release The post Cast Revealed for The Da Vinci Code Sequel Inferno! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Tom Riley and Laura Haddock describe their character's journeys in an exclusive behind-the-scenes Blu-ray preview for 'Da Vinci's Demons'. [...]
Thanks for our bracket-maker Paul Davidson, here’s what we have so far (as of a few days ago): OK, yesterday‘s winner: what can you say? Leonardo da Vinci vs. The guy who did Piss Christ. The funniest argument in all the comments came from Anonymous, who wrote: Serrano. Show More Summary
Determining yesterday‘s winner turned out to be complicated. On the face of it, the decision should be easy. Bruno Latour is some postmodernist dude, whereas Albert Camus is one of the coolest men who’s ever lived. But, in comments,Show More Summary
A joint Swiss and Italian investigation has resulted in a seizure of this portrait, which may be a work by Leonardo da Vinci. Whether the work is, in fact, a recently surfaced work by the Renaissance master is very much in doubt. Some have tried to attribute the work to him the Telegraph reports: Carbon […]