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Despite his stellar reputation, paintings by Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) often disappoint. Anyone viewing the exaggerated features of Virgin and Child with St Anne and St John (c.1510) and the frankly repellent St John (c.1508) cannot help wondering how Leonardo was ever acclaimed so highly. The master’s good paintings are few and early....
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