Park West Gallery CEO Talks Da Vinci with WJR
The buzz of the art world lately has been all around the portrait of a particular young lady [shown at right]. Entitled La Bella Principessa and originally catalogued as “German, early 19th century,” experts now believe that fingerprint analysis proves the painting is an authentic Leonardo da Vinci – the first of its kind discovered in over 100 years.
As a prominent figure in the art world, Albert Scaglione, CEO and founder of Park West Gallery, was recently asked for his thoughts on this newly discovered masterpiece. Listen to a fascinating interview as host Frank Beckmann (on WJR, Michigan’s preeminent radio station), talks with Mr. Scaglione about the process of establishing an artwork’s authenticity and the importance of provenance in doing so.
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