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The name of Leonardo da Vinci is synonymous with the pinnacle of Renaissance genius. The multi-talented master was a painter, engineer, natural philosopher and anatomist, as well as a sculptor. Unfortunately, none of his three-dimensional works have survived until today or could be clearly assigned to him.

45D4AFB7 FCE4 41E3 A8D0 C84380636857‘Madonna with the laughing child", c. 1472 | Photo: Victoria & Albert Museum, London via The Guardian

This could change now. According to , a group of scientists, led by renaissance expert Professor Francesco Caglioti of the University of Naples, claims that a 15th century sculpture in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London has been misattributed and in truth was created by da Vinci.

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