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Milan signing Krzysztof Piatek will have to earn No. 9 shirt - Leonardo

The FC panel examine which team would win out if Gonzalo Higuain goes to Chelsea, Alvaro Morata joins Atletico Madrid and Krzysztof Piatek moves to Milan. ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti provides the latest information on Chelsea's transfer deal for AC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain. Fabio Borini and Suso scored second-half goals to lead Milan past Genoa and back into Serie A's top four. Italian Serie A: Suso (83') Genoa 0-2 Milan Italian Serie A: Fa...
Tags: Milan, Football, Sport, Story, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Transfers, Poland, Atletico Madrid, Espn, Ac Milan, United, Suarez


10 great European art anniversaries in 2019

From 100 years of Bauhaus to 500 years since Leonardo’s death, a host of landmark art events and exhibitions open around Europe this yearIt is 350 years since the death of Rembrandt van Rijn. There is a year-long programme of events in nine Dutch cities, focusing on Rembrandt and the Dutch golden age (listings at holland.com). In Amsterdam, the Rijksmuseum (15 Feb-10 June) will display all of its 22 paintings, 60 drawings and 300 engravings – the biggest Rembrandt collection ever seen in a singl...
Tags: Travel, Art, Europe, UK, Germany, Art and design, Museums, Amsterdam, City Breaks, Rembrandt, Top 10s, Cultural Trips, Short breaks, Europe Holidays, Leiden, Rembrandt Van Rijn


Study of Leonardo’s 1st landscape finds he had 2nd thoughts

ROME (AP) — The first-ever scientific study of a drawing Leonardo da Vinci did in his youth shows he added details to an earlier sketch. The Uffizi Galleries said the 1473 “Landscape Drawing for Santa Maria della Neve” was taken on Thursday to a Florence restoration laboratory for study. Uffizi director Eike Schmidt said initial […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Ap, Rome, Nation, Florence, Leonardo, Santa Maria, Leonardo da Vinci, Neve, Eike Schmidt


Special exhibition marks 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death

The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, will host an exhibition of artwork by Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) to mark the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death. Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing (1 February to 6 May 2019) will explore the diversity of subjects that inspired Leonardo’s creativity across 12 drawings. The free exhibition will be held […] The post Special exhibition marks 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death appeared first on Artinliverpool.com.
Tags: Art, News, Leonardo, Leonardo da Vinci, Walker Art Gallery, Walker Art Gallery Liverpool


“Mona Lisa effect“ is real, but doesn’t apply to Leonardo’s painting (ars technica)

Enlarge / Researchers at Bielefeld University in Germany used folding rulers for measurement to test the effect. Study participants indicated the number they thought Mona Lisa's gaze was directed at. (credit: CITEC/ Bielefeld University) There have long been anecdotal reports that the eyes of the Mona Lisa—Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci's most famous painting—sometimes seem to follow viewers as they move around the artwork. The phenomenon is even called the "Mona Lisa effect" because of ...
Tags: News, Germany, Jennifer Ouellette, Leonardo, Leonardo da Vinci, Bielefeld University, CITEC Bielefeld University


The Art of Noticing

When Tim and I first started the Noticing newsletter, I got a note from Rob Walker, a design and technology journalist whose work I’ve followed for some years. He said he was working on a book about paying attention and that the book and an affiliated newsletter were going to have a similar name to “Noticing”. Name collisions like that are always a bummer, but we didn’t challenge each other to a duel or anything. Instead, he asked me to contribute a tiny bit to the book and I said I’d write abou...
Tags: Amazon, Norman, Robert Irwin, Jason Kottke, Tim, Walker, Leonardo, Leonardo da Vinci, Isaacson, Walter Isaacson, Rob Walker


'Mona Lisa Effect' Is Real But Doesn't Apply To Leonardo's Painting

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: There have long been anecdotal reports that the eyes of the Mona Lisa -- Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci's most famous painting -- sometimes seem to follow viewers as they move around the artwork. The phenomenon is even called the "Mona Lisa effect" because of it. But a new study published in the journal i-Perception found that she's really "looking" to the right-hand side of her audience. "There is no doubt about the existence of the M...
Tags: Ars Technica, Mona Lisa, Leonardo, Leonardo da Vinci


Leonardo was a man of the Renaissance, not narrow nationhood | Tristram Hunt

The row over Italy’s paintings is a disturbing example of politicians trying to harness art to nationalismHe drew portraits for Italian dukes, sketched for the papacy and died at the court of a French king. If there is any artist who defies nationhood it is surely Leonardo da Vinci. Yet last week, Leonardo’s cosmopolitan legacy was caught up in an extraordinary intergovernmental spat when Rome renewed its threat to block Italian galleries from lending to the forthcoming Louvre exhibition commemo...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Cold War, UK News, World news, Rome, Culture, Art and design, Museums, Italy, Politics past, Leonardo, Leonardo da Vinci


Arms Manufacturer Shamed Out Of Sponsoring Museum Shows Changes Its Name To Leonardo

Jeez, talk about artwashing. A string of PR disasters, including demonstrations against Britain’s National Gallery of Art for accepting sponsorships, led the Italian defense company Finmeccanica to rename itself after the Renaissance genius (who did, after all, design weapons and war machines). But the tactic hasn’t entirely worked: just last summer, the Design Museum in London came under fire (ahem) for hosting a reception for the company, despite the new name. — Artnet
Tags: Art, London, Britain, Issues, Visual, Leonardo, Finmeccanica, Design Museum, 01.11.19


Higuain agent in talks with AC Milan amid Chelsea interest - Gattuso

With Gonzalo Higuain enduring an inconsistent season at Milan, the FC crew assess whether he is worth the price for top-four hopefuls Chelsea. AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso has confirmed that Gonzalo Higuain's agent is in talks with sporting director Leonardo following reported interest from Chelsea, but said he's hoping the Argentine striker will resist the temptation to re-join Maurizio Sarri. Sources have told ESPN FC that Higuain's brother, who is also his agent, was in Lond...
Tags: Milan, London, Football, Sport, Story, Chelsea, Transfers, Ac Milan, Italian Serie A, Maurizio Sarri, ESPN FC, Gonzalo Higuain, Higuain, Leonardo, Gennaro Gattuso, Gattuso


Leonardo’s ‘Salvator Mundi’ Is Missing — And It’s Mixed Up With The Saudi Crown Prince And The Mueller Investigation

The world’s most expensive artwork was supposed to have been on display at the Louvre Abu Dhabi four months ago, and it’s been more than 100 days since anyone (other than some Saudi royals) has known where it is. What’s more, special prosecutor Robert Mueller is investigating both the buyer of Salvator Mundi (Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman) and its seller (Trump-connected oligarch Dmitri Rybolovlev, who made a $300 million profit on the sale). Reporter Zev Shalev connects the dots. — Nar...
Tags: Art, Visual, Trump, Leonardo, Muhammad Bin Salman, Robert Mueller, Salvator Mundi, Louvre Abu Dhabi, Dmitri Rybolovlev, 01.02.19, Zev Shalev


When Pablo Picasso and Guillaume Apollinaire Were Accused of Stealing the Mona Lisa (1911)

If you visit the Louvre today, you'll notice two phenomena in particular: the omnipresence of security, and the throng of visitors obscuring the Mona Lisa. If you'd visited just over a century ago, neither would have been the case. And if you happened to visit on August 22nd, 1911, you wouldn't have encountered Leonardo's famed portrait at all. That morning, writes Messy Nessy, "Parisian artist Louis Béroud, famous for painting and selling his copies of famous artworks, walked into the Louvre t...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, College, France, History, Pablo Picasso, Hitler, Seoul, Huffington Post, Louvre, Mona Lisa, Picasso, Sara Boboltz, Facebook Twitter, Da Vinci


Higuain needs to knuckle down, warns AC Milan sporting director

Milan (AFP) – AC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain needs to knuckle down and start working, sporting director Leonardo said on Tuesday, amid reports linking the unsettled Argentine international with Chelsea. Higuain, 31, joined Milan on... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Milan, Sport, Soccer, Ac Milan, Afp, Gonzalo Higuain, Higuain, Leonardo, Milan AFP AC Milan, Chelsea Higuain


Da Vinci Paintings Blocked for Export by Italian Government

The Italian Government will block a loan of works by Leonardo da Vinci to the Louvre for an exhibition dedicated to the artist, underscoring the government’s populist turn. “Leonardo is Italian; he only died in France, says Lucia Borgonzoni, the undersecretary for the Italian ministry of culture. “Giving the Louvre all those paintings would mean putting Italy […]
Tags: Art, News, France, Italy, Louvre, Art News, Minipost, Da Vinci, Leonardo, Leonardo da Vinci, Lucia Borgonzoni


AC Milan sign Lucas Paqueta from Flamengo for ¬35m

Paolo Bandini and James Horncastle delve into the top four race in Serie A, but have varying opinions as to who will occupy the four position. The Serie Awesome panel discuss Cristiano Ronaldo's impact for Juventus and how his supremacy has helped mold and inspire his side in Serie A. Gonzalo Higuain's first goal since Oct. 28 lifted goal-hungry Milan to victory and earned him a place among the top goals in Serie A on Matchday 19. Gonzalo Higuaín scored his f...
Tags: Milan, Football, Sport, Story, Transfers, Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus, Ac Milan, Lima, Italian Serie A, Flamengo, Rossoneri, Paris Saint Germain, James Horncastle, Gonzalo Higuain, Leonardo


2019 Exhibitions in Florence and Tuscany: a Year of Art

The list of 2019 exhibitions in Florence and Tuscany is shaping up nicely, giving us art lovers something more to look forward to – if only there were time to see them all! Expect to hear a lot about Leonardo Da Vinci this year, all over Italy, as we celebrate the 500th anniversary of his death. Connected to this is the show celebrating Leonardo’s teacher, Verrocchio, a combined effort of Palazzo Strozzi and the Bargello. The lineup of exhibits runs from some interesting Renaissance shows all th...
Tags: Travel, San Francisco, Barcelona, Rome, Washington Dc, Italy, Exhibit, Venice, National Gallery, Headline, Florence, Duke, Marina Abramovic, Pitti Uomo, Siena, Tuscany


Gattuso and Higuain to stay at AC Milan

Milan (AFP) – Coach Gennaro Gattuso and striker Gonzalo Higuain are set to remain at AC Milan, the club’s sporting director Leonardo said on Friday. Speculation has been mounting that former Milan midfielder Gattuso will... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Milan, Sport, Soccer, Ac Milan, Afp, Gonzalo Higuain, Higuain, Leonardo, Milan AFP, Gennaro Gattuso, Gattuso


AC Milan boss Gattuso not at risk amid Wenger, Conte talk - Leonardo

AC Milan had VAR to thank for avoiding a shock defeat to struggling Frosinone, as the hosts have a goal chalked off. AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso's job is not at risk, the club's sporting director Leonardo Araujo said on Friday, despite a loss of form which has seen his side fail to score in their last four league games. Milan have slipped to sixth place in Serie A, three points outside the top four where they need to finish to qualify for the Champions League next season, after a m...
Tags: Milan, Football, Sport, Story, Ac Milan, Fiorentina, Frosinone, Leonardo, Gennaro Gattuso, Gattuso, Wenger Conte, Brazilian Serie A, Leonardo Araújo


For Italy’s Populists, Everything is a Nationalist Cause. Even Leonardo.

The hard-right government has accused the French of disrespect and of trying to culturally appropriate the artist in a dispute over loaning his works.
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Italy, Da Vinci, Leonardo, Louvre Museum, Politics And Government, League (Italian Political Party


Art look-ahead in 2019: What to look out for

From Leonardo's drawings to Turner-Prize winner Charlotte Prodger, there's a wealth of art to explore next year.
Tags: UK, News, Leonardo, Charlotte Prodger


Ski City: A Destination Unlike Any Other

Salt Lake isn’t a sleepy mountain town.   Do you want to experience it all, taste it all, and explore it all? Do you like snow? Then you need a ski destination unlike any other – Salt Lake.  Salt Lake is a city where outdoor adventure meets urban vibe, with a big dose passionate local culture. You’ll find restaurants with innovative, locally sourced, menus; beer tastings, indie-film screenings, and a downtown scene to rival most any city. And you can be on the slopes at , , , and in roughly ...
Tags: Sport, Skiing, Leonardo, Salt Lake, Wasatch, Ski City, Michelin Starred, Alta Brighton, Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, Salt Lake Salt Lake, While Salt Lake


Zlatan Retuning To LA Galaxy

After weeks of speculation as to where Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be playing next year, the 37-year-old has signed a new contract with LA Galaxy for the 2019 MLS season as a Designated Player. “We are very pleased to sign Zlatan to a new contract that will see him return for the 2019 season,” said LA Galaxy General Manager Dennis te Kloese. “He showed his value last season and we look forward to him representing our club next year. With Zlatan returning, we will continue to improve our team in ad...
Tags: Milan, Sweden, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, LA Galaxy, Major League Soccer, Ac Milan, Houston Dynamo, Dennis, Zlatan, Leonardo, Ibrahimovic, Audi MLS


Leonardo announced as gold sponsor, and Raytheon, ICEYE and Aerodata AG announced as newly confirmed sponsor exhibitors for SMi’s Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology conference 2019

SMi reports: Four new sponsors confirmed to join line-up at 2019’s Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology conference SMi is delighted to announce that four brand new sponsors; [GOLD] Leonardo, Raytheon, ICEYE and Aerodata AG, have joined the line-up for Maritime Reconnaissance Read more… The post Leonardo announced as gold sponsor, and Raytheon, ICEYE and Aerodata AG announced as newly confirmed sponsor exhibitors for SMi’s Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology confer...
Tags: Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance, Seo, Transport, Defence, Logistics, Aerospace, Leonardo, Pharmaceutical, News Trends, Raytheon ICEYE, Aerodata AG, Leonardo Raytheon ICEYE


Ibrahimovic to stay with LA Galaxy, AC Milan’s Leonardo says

MILAN (AP) — Zlatan Ibrahimovic will remain at the Los Angeles Galaxy after the Major League Soccer club agreed with his requests, according to AC Milan sporting director Leonardo. Milan had been trying to bring back the 37-year-old on a loan from the Galaxy. The former Sweden international scored more than 50 goals for Milan […]
Tags: Milan, News, Sweden, Sports, Ap, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Major League Soccer, Ac Milan, Leonardo, Los Angeles Galaxy, Ibrahimovic, LA Galaxy AC Milan, Leonardo Milan


Zlatan sticking with LA Galaxy, AC Milan ‘evaluate’ Fabregas

Milan (AFP) – Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be leaving LA Galaxy to return to AC Milan, the Italian club’s sporting director Leonardo said on Sunday, although they are studying the possibility of signing Chelsea midfielder... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Milan, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, LA Galaxy, Ac Milan, Afp, Zlatan, Leonardo, LA Galaxy AC Milan


A Yacht, a Monet, a See-Through Piano: The U.S. Collects on a Fugitive’s Shopping Spree

The government is trying to recoup the many assets of Jho Low, a Malaysian financier at the center of an international fraud case who had very expensive tastes.
Tags: News, Miranda, Money Laundering, Monet, Fugitives, Kerr, Aziz, Najib Razak, DiCaprio, Leonardo, Red Granite Pictures, 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB, Low Jho (1981-, Riza Shahriz Abdul


Frank Spotnitz and Steve Thompson on the Challenges Posed by Enigmatic ‘Leonardo’

U.S. showrunner Frank Spotnitz and British writer Steve Thompson were recruited by Italy’s RAI and Lux Vide to write English-language TV series “Leonardo,” which will portray the Renaissance genius in new ways, including as a gay outsider. That aspect that has already created a stir on social media in Italy even before the show hits […]
Tags: News, Global, Italy, Leonardo, Steve Thompson, ZDF, Frank Spotnitz, France Télévisions, Rai Fiction, Lux Vide


WordPress 5.0 RCs, Gutenberg related news and food for thought!

Today’s roundup focuses on WordPress 5.0 and its upcoming release date, but we’ll also discuss some interesting and new Gutenberg related news. And, I did my best to introduce a couple of interesting bits throughout this roundup. Every single link is certainly worth checking out! Let’s dive in, shall we? When will WordPress 5.0 be released? The question I heard most in the last couple of weeks was this: When will WordPress 5.0 be released? And that is a great question! Unfortunately, not one w...
Tags: Wordpress, Seo, Php, Matt Mullenweg, YOAST, Leonardo, Gutenberg, Smashing Magazine, WordCamp US, RCs Gutenberg, WordPress Admin, Gutenberg Jetpack, Leonardo Losoviz


Zlatan Ibrahimovic agrees terms for 6-month AC Milan return

As per a report from Italian outlet Sport MediaSet, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set for a return to AC Milan in January. Ibra’s legendary career Swedish hitman Ibrahimovic, now 37, has enjoyed a stellar career to date. The veteran has lined out for a rake of top European clubs, including Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, PSG and Manchester United. Ibra is currently plying his trade in the MLS with the La Galaxy, with it having been widely assumed that the Swede’s move to America earlier this year si...
Tags: Milan, Sweden, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mls, LA Galaxy, Ac Milan, Psg, San Siro, Rossoneri, Ligue, Gonzalo Higuain


Italy’s New Far-Right Cabinet Minister Wants To Cancel Loan Of Leonardos To Louvre

Lucia Borgonzoni, undersecretary at the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, is balking at the previous government’s agreement to loan a large group of Leonardo da Vinci works for the artist’s quincentenary next year. “How could any Italians be in favour of giving over these da Vinci works without asking for something equally important to display in this anniversary year? Leonardo was Italian, after all. Why don’t they loan us the Mona Lisa?”
Tags: Art, Italy, Visual, Leonardo, Leonardo da Vinci, Vinci, Ministry of Cultural Heritage, 11.18.18, New Far Right Cabinet, Lucia Borgonzoni