Leonardo da Vinci still sells out in Paris 500 years on

EONARDO DA VINCI WAS NO STRANGER TO France. He spent his final three years in the country, dying at 67 in a Loire Valley château exactly 500 years ago. His which has hung in the Louvre Museum since the French Revolution, virtually

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