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This book on The Lady with an Ermine is the first to examine in depth the painting technique of Leonardo da Vinci, and reveals the secrets of the creation of his paintings.
Pascal Cott is an optical engineer specialising in photography and image signal analysis. He is the inventor of the L.A.M. scientific imagery technique and the first high-definition multispectral camera, which he has used to digitise several works by Leonardo da Vinci: the Louvre's Mona Lisa, in October 2004; The Lady with an Ermine in Cracov, in September 2007; La Bella Principessa in 2008; and La Belle Ferronniere in 2011. All told, Cotte has digitised over 2,000 works in public and private collections, and authored several scientific studies about famous paintings. Since 2007 Cotte's exhibition The Secrets of Mona Lisa, produced by Australia's Grande Exhibitions, has been seen by over 8 million visitors on all five continents.