A celebrated painting from the Enlightenment hid clues of real-life pathology.
The strokes may have considerably reduced the artist's motor activity in the last two years of his life.
Christina's World, the famous 1948 painting by artist Andrew Wyeth, reveals a rare disease. Continue reading →
Da Vinci's newly identified family tree might help in finding Leonardo's DNA.
The newly found drawings show demonic entities populated the ancient Egyptians' imaginations as far back as 4,000 years ago.
Leonardo Da Vinci has has 35 living relatives in Tuscany, two Italian researchers announced on Thursday.
A forensic search identifies direct descendants of the Renaissance genius. And researchers hint there are some surprising names.
Signs of tampering with the Bard's final resting place lend credence to a story about his skull being stolen in the 18th century.
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