The Shadow of a Doubt

Nearly five hundred years after his death at Amboise in 1519, the painter, engineer and inventor, genius Leonardo de Vinci continues to fascinate the whole world. The recent discoveries of lost paintings, the Jaconde at the Prado in Madrid and a fresco at Florence, revive again the mysteries which surround the man and his works. The painter has officially left only a dozen paintings to prosperity, and it is in his role as engineer and inventor that he was recognized during his lifetime.


The debate is hosted by Franck Ferrand with Clementine Portier-Kaltenbach.