Specifically, they looked for evidence that the work was created by a left-handed artist Leonardo was a southpaw , and they explored the artist's connections to the apparent subject of the portrait, the daughter of the 15th century Duke of Milan. Then one of the experts, Montreal-based art-forensics specialist Peter Paul Biro, discovered the print of an index finger on the top left corner of the drawing using state-of-the-art multispectral infrared technology, according to a report in the Antiques Trade Gazette.
Biro says the print was "highly comparable" to another fingerprint found on da Vinci's St.
Jerome painting in the Vatican. Carbon dating of the drawing also linked it to da Vinci's period, according to the experts. Sherlock Holmes is one of the most popular and famous detectives in literary history.
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The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes Specifically, they looked for evidence that the work was created by a left-handed artist Leonardo was a southpaw , and they explored the artist's connections to the apparent subject of the portrait, the daughter of the 15th century Duke of Milan. The game is afoot as they compete to win the wager It's up to Holmes and Watson to sift through the mounting evidence in order to derive the motive, means and opportunity for each crime. The great Victorian London detective must use deductive reasoning - and even outright trickery - in order to learn whodunnit and why.
But when material evidence disappears, will it be Watson or Holmes who finally deduces the truth from a tangled web of lies?
And will the lost da Vinci painting be recovered before it disappears forever?