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  • Fashion News: Karlie Kloss appears at Paris Fashion Week

     
    Paris Fashion Week begins. Paula Abdul considers starting a fashion line. And Facebook storefronts aren't doing well....
  • On Sunday: Luis J. Rodriguez's memory bank, and Dwight Eisenhower too

     
    Luis J. Rodriguez talks about the process of memoir and we review the latest biography of Dwight Eisenhower in Sunday's Arts & Books section. Susan Carpenter finds a new YA star....
  • UCSD researchers say they may be homing in on lost Leonardo fresco

     
    UC San Diego researchers announced Monday that they had reached a new milestone in their decades-long search for a lost masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci, saying they had found the type of material used by the Italian Renaissance master on......
  • A long-lost Leonardo da Vinci fresco?

     
    Leonardo da Vinci's "The Battle of Anghiari" has been lost for centuries. Researchers from the UC San Diego say they have found evidence suggesting the fresco is hidden beneath another fresco in Florence, Italy....
  • Mona Lisa completed later than thought, Louvre confirms

     
    The Louvre Museum in Paris has confirmed a report that the "Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci was completed later than originally thought. The Art Newspaper reported earlier this month that the painting was finished more than a decade later, possibly as...
  • Mona Lisa doesn't need Google Art Project

     
    Since Google Art Project launched, art lovers have been asking why the world's most famous painting -- Leonardo Da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" -- isn't included on the site that features digitized images of works from museum collections around the world....
  • This Sunday: Spring books preview, Anne Lamott and jazz

     
    Our books preview for spring includes lots of events, exciting titles....
  • Art and science come together at DaVinci Science Center's ScienceWorks

     
    See how art and science can go hand in hand at DaVinci Science Center’s ScienceWorks 2012 Saturday and Sunday. During the celebration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, visitors to the Allentown science center can learn about...
  • Thomas Kinkade's life was often at odds with his pastoral vision

     
    As an artist, Thomas Kinkade, who died yesterday at 54 of natural causes, devoted himself to creating pastoral images that evoked a simpler, more innocent quality of life, but as a business man, he was more complex....
  • Mona Lisa meets Louis Vuitton in art gallery show

     
    We may never know why Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is smiling, but in Jason Alper's version it's pretty clear: She's wearing a dress covered with the Louis Vuitton logo print. And he hasn't stopped there, Alper gives Thomas Gainsborough's......
  • New York museum returns to good graces after ban for selling art to pay bills

     
    After nearly two years of museum-world ostracism because it sold two prized 19th century American landscape paintings for about $15 million to relieve a financial crisis, Manhattan’s venerable National Academy Museum & School is being accepted back into...