Treasures from Chatsworth, Episode 3: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Drawing of Leda and the Swan
We take you inside the Old Master cabinet at Chatsworth – a room usually closed to the public – where one of the world’s finest and most extensive collections of Old Master drawings is kept. Among these is a Leonardo da Vinci that was almost lost in the chaos of the Second World War.
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