Leonardo Da Vinci and the Book of Doom: Bianca Sforza, The Sforziada and Artful Propaganda in Renaissance Milan
The inside story on
the Greatest Art Controversy of the 21st Century
Presents conclusive evidence why this recently-discovered
portrait is a Leonardo masterpiece and expose of the artworld cabal to discredit the
The book that turns our knowledge of Leonardo da Vinci
upside-down, includes sex, betrayal, murder and blasphemy.
|Dimensions||190 × 254 mm|
Simon Hewitt read History & French at Oxford University, where he also studied History of Art as a postgraduate under the legendary Francis Haskell. Since 1985 he has reported on Art and Culture for numerous international publications, including Art + Auction, The Art Newspaper and The Huffington Post. He lived for 24 years in France – also writing about wine for Decanter magazine, conducting player interviews for the Paris St-Germain matchday programme and captaining, then coaching, the national cricket team. He moved to Switzerland in 2008, since when he has written regularly about classical music and lectured on Art History at the Vreije Universiteit in Brussels.
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