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La Fortuna de 'La Scapilata' di Leonardo da Vinci at Galleria Nazionale [Parma]

The head of Leda
The head of Leda ©

Leonardo da Vinci's unfinished panel painting, Head of a Woman, known as La Scapialata due to her charming dishevelled hair, is one of the treasures of the National Gallery in Parma.  This spotlight exhibition traces the provenance of the portrait, and includes two studies of the Head of Leda from the Royal Collection, which share stylistic similarities with the painting in Parma.  The drawings will be on display in Italy until 31st July 2019.

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