Duplicating da Vinci: The Art of Cloning a Masterpiece

Lecturer Adam Lowe, Founder and Director of Factum Arte

Photo from Duplicating da Vinci: The Art of Cloning a Masterpiece on November 16, 2010

December 1, 2010

Veterans Room

Factum Arte has developed pioneering technologies that allows them to reproduce exact two- and three-dimensional copies of any given artwork. Director Adam Lowe discusses the meticulous creation of Leonardo’s Last Supper and other facsimiles by Factum Arte, including tombs in the Valley of the Kings and Paolo Veronese’s Wedding at Cana. Lowe shares the developments made by Factum Arte over the past decade and considers their applications and implications for the protection of our shared cultural heritage.

$15 General Admission*
$12 Park Avenue Armory Members, Students (with ID), Seniors, Groups (12 or more)
FREE: Children 10 and under

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