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An Italian court recently rejected a last-minute bid to halt the loan of Leonardo da Vinci's iconic Vitruvian Man drawing and other works to France's Louvre museum, ending a bitter cultural row.An Italian court recently rejected a last-minute bid to halt the loan of Leonardo da Vinci's iconic Vitruvian Man drawing and other works to France's Louvre museum, ending a bitter cultural row.

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“It is almost like they & the Louvre were in cahoots to generate global publicity for for the 500th Anniv Da Vinci exhibition. 👀🙏🏻”In Reversal, Italian Court Rules That 'Vitruvian Man' Can Travel to Louvre for Leonardo da Vinci Retrospective After All “ https://t.co/M1Bqah54id”

Andrew Wilson on Twitter: "It is almost like they & the Louvre were in cahoots to generate global publicity for for the 500th Anniv Da Vinci exhibition. 👀🙏🏻”In Reversal, Italian Court Rules That 'Vitruvian Man' Can Travel to Louvre for Leonardo da Vinci Retrospective After All “ https://t.co/M1Bqah54id"

“Italian court clears way for #DaVinci #VitruvianMan to be shown at the Louvre exhibition”

Katya Kazakina on Twitter: "Italian court clears way for #DaVinci #VitruvianMan to be shown at the Louvre exhibition… "

The Louvre is gearing up for its largest ever Leonardo da Vinci exhibition, in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the artist's death, with over 120 works from institutions all over the world.The Louvre is gearing up for its largest ever Leonardo da Vinci exhibition, in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the artist's death, with over 120 works from institutions all over the world.

A court in Veneto, Italy, ruled Wednesday that Leonardo’s "Vitruvian Man" would be allowed to leave Italy for a Leonardo exhibit opening at the Louvre in Paris on Oct. 24, rejecting an appeal from heritage conservation group Italia Nostra. The exhibit will commemorate the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death.A court in Veneto, Italy, ruled Wednesday that Leonardo’s "Vitruvian Man" would be allowed to leave Italy for a Leonardo exhibit opening at the Louvre in Paris on Oct. 24, rejecting an appeal from heritage conservation group Italia Nostra. The exhibit will commemorate the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death.

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