Frank Zöllner

| discipline = Italian Renaissance art | known_for = Scholarship on Leonardo da Vinci }} Frank Zöllner (born 1956) is a German art historian. He is among the leading authorities on the life and works of Leonardo da Vinci, about whom he has written numerous publications on. These include book-length studies on the ''Mona Lisa'' and one of the two modern ''catalogue raisonné'' of Leonardo's works, the other being by Pietro C. Marani.

He has been a professor of art history at the Leipzig University since 1996. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 2016
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