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The world's leading authority on Leonardo da Vinci and author of 'Living with Leonardo' will be at Oxford Literary Festival to discuss all things da Vinci with FT journalist Laura Battle.

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Jamie Camplin, author of 'Books Do Furnish a Painting', looks at the way artists have used books in their paintings and what it tells us about them and ourselves.

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Join Matt Tompkins, author of 'The Spectacle of Illusion' as he traces the evolution of the art of magic and illusion and gives us a riveting display of magic and illusion.

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Where are the tombs of Alexander the Great or Cleopatra? Both rulers were buried in Egypt, but their tombs have never been found despite years of intensive research and excavation. Yet we have tantalizing clues. Egyptologist and broadcaster, Dr Chris Naunton, tells the story of the quest for the great ‘missing’ tombs of Egypt.

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Join Matt Tompkins, author of 'The Spectacle of Illusion' as he traces the evolution of the art of magic and illusion and gives us a riveting display of magic and illusion.

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Join Rachel Moss, historian and author of 'The Book of Durrow', for a talk about the oldest fully decorated gospel to survive from post-Roman Britain.

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Gabby Dawnay and Alex Barrow, the creative duo behind 'If I had a dinosaur', will be running an interactive storytelling and workshop session suitable for 2+ years.

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Celebrated writer and author of 'Forms of Enchantment' Marina Warner will be at Dulwich Picture Gallery to discuss the power that symbols and stories have within today's culture.

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Join Lee Cheshire, author of 'Key Moments in Art', for a talk at Tate Modern about 50 pivotal moments in art history, from the Renaissance to the present day.

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Martin Gayford, author of the Sunday Times Art Book of the Year 'Modernists & Mavericks', examines the lives of 'the school of London Painters' with award-winning film director Hannah Rothschild.

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