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Louvre exhibition showcases da Vinci's 'endless curiosity'

Clip: 11/08/2019 | 8m 9s | Video has closed captioning.

The blockbuster exhibit of the year celebrates Leonardo da Vinci, 500 years after his death. People are flocking to the Louvre Museum in Paris to see the work of the master, who was born in Italy, died in France and personified the expression Renaissance man. Jeffrey Brown went to see firsthand why da Vinci's art is drawing massive crowds.

Aired: 11/08/19

Rating: NR

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