A preview of the UK's National Gallery landmark exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan, captured live in November 2011 and broadcast on a delayed basis to movie screens around the world. This never-beforeseen
exhibition brings together the largest number of Leonardo's rare surviving paintings and some international loans. The historic exhibition is sold out in London, and due to the fragility of the paintings, the exhibition cannot tour. Art lovers globally will have the chance to be part of this highly-anticipated gallery presentation, the first-ever captured live in high-definition, for global movie theater audiences. The program is hosted by highly respected art historian Tim Marlow & presenter Mariella Frostrup.