The Discovery & Restoration of Leonardo da Vinci’s Long-Lost Painting “Salvator Mundi” | Robb Report

(soft choir music) – And so, ladies and gentlemen, we move to the Leonardo Da Vinci, the Salvator Mundi, the masterpiece by Leonardo of Christ the savior, previously in the collections of three kings of England. (soaring instrumental music) – [Auctioneer] Who will give me 120? 130 million, 140 million is bid. At 140 million. – I always thought it would be the most expensive work of art ever sold. It’s incredible and unbelievably rare. Nothing conjures with the name

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Paleoart: Painting the Land Before Time

Emily: We’re undergoing some massive changes here at the Field Museum in the next year thanks to a generous donation from the Kenneth C. Griffin charitable fund. Among other things, we’re relocating and updating the pose of our star T. Rex Sue to reflect new research on these animals. T. Rexes have a set of belly ribs called Gastralia but nobody could quite figure out how they were supposed to articulate with the rest of the skeleton. Now we know,

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Ace Magashule And Painting Heist

An investigation by the Hawks into the alleged theft of the artwork from the Free State Premier’s office is complete. Potentially, the case places ANC Secretary General, Ace Magashule, at the centre of a bizarre theft of a Pierneef painting worth millions of rand. Daily Maverick exposed the alleged theft in 2018. Hawks spokesperson, Captain Lloyd Ramovha, confirmed to News24 on Wednesday 04 September 2019, that the docket had been handed over to the National Prosecuting Authority, for a decision

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Peter Paul Rubens: Painting Samson and Delilah | National Gallery

Good afternoon. My name is James Heard. I’m one of the freelancers here. But I have a special association with this painting because I am an artist, and my studio is in Antwerp, the city, of course, of Rubens. And today we are actually celebrating the opening of this new space in the National Gallery, the first for some 26 years. To do that, we’re going to look at this ravishing painting by Peter Paul Rubens. Now, Antwerp was on

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Best Moment: 1892 H. F. Farny Watercolor & Gouache Painting

GUEST: So, this is a painting that I was given when my grandmother passed away. It always hung right above her bed. Her dad, I’m guessing, would’ve given it to her after she spent the summer at a dude ranch when she was 19, in, like, the ’40s. Not sure if it’s a print or a painting, but when I got it, there was a mosquito underneath the glass, so I took it out to the front yard and I

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The Making Of YBN Nahmir’s “Rubbin Off The Paint” With Izak | Deconstructed

My favorite part of the beat is probably the ‘SpongeBob’ tag, ‘cause nobody’s expecting the ‘SpongeBob’ voice. Everytime I see reaction videos on YouTube people be like, “Is that ‘SpongeBob’?” And then the beat comes in and they be like, “Oh! Okay, cool.” Spongebob: That’s what I thought you said. Now let me offer this as a rebuttal. I started making beats in November, 2016. So I haven’t been making beats that long. But what really inspired me was when

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Graphic Design (2012)

The graphic design program has been in existence for over four decades, and I’ve had the privilege of teaching here for more than 25 years. We currently have about 400 students in the program. What’s great about our program is it’s very comprehensive; in other words, the students who enter will go from having a basic understanding of graphic design to having a polished portfolio that will help them launch their career in the industry or transfer to a world

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Aruma memorial sculpture launch (formerly House with No Steps)

Partners in Dignity Remembrance Program >>The Alstonville Summerland House with No Steps today commemorated some of its most revered benefactors. Erecting a sculpture in their honour, the seven donors have been honoured for their generous contributions. A fitting tribute to those who have given so much to the Summerland House with No Steps. Seven individual Magnolia flowers, a symbol of dignity, each representing a benefactor. Look, we cant do what we do without community support, and a key part of

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15 Design Masterpieces from the Mind of Antoni Gaudi

Barcelona is not only the home of great art, great food, and great football it is also the city in which famous architect Antoni Gaudi plied his trade and are still regarded as some of the very best in the world today. I’m Glen and here are 15 astounding architectural designs by the Spanish genius himself. Antoni Gaudi was born in 1852 and attended school in Barcelona, a city that would later become synonymous with his greatest works. Gaudi was

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Designing Uncharted 2 with SketchUp

[MUSIC] ROBH RUPPEL: My role as art director on Uncharted 2 was– it was like being an architect in a virtual world. And you’ve got lots of people doing different things. So as an architect, you just make sure we’re all sort of moving in the same direction. [MUSIC] ROBH RUPPEL: I think some of the challenges of working on Uncharted 2 is just keeping that bar raised. It’s pretty easy to just quickly push something out. But it really

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