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Honoring Leonardo da Vinci, the master who never stopped experimenting

As someone who appreciates Leonardo da Vinci’s painting skills, I’ve long marveled at how crowds rush past his most sublime painting, “The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne,” to line up in front of the “Mona Lisa” at the Louvre Museum in Paris. 

The art critic in me wants to say, “Wait! Look at this one. See the poses of entwining

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