More About Mona Lisa by Da Vinci
Who doesn’t know about Mona Lisa, and who would not be interested in knowing more?
The painting is not only the most mysterious but has a significantly huge fan-base across the world.
So much so that her beauty has been the reason behind a number of heart-breaks with her smile being the most debated topic in the art industry.
Valued approximately $1 Billion, Mona Lisa has influenced a lot of modern portrait painting.
The painting shows a woman, waist up with her head almost turned towards us breaking the norms of front-profile portraits.
If you look closely, you would see a landscape at the back almost depicting the terrains of a Renaissance world.
The flawlessly sculpted face of Mona Lisa shows his intelligence and expert use of sfumato and his understanding of a feminine and masculine structure.
Rivers, valleys and the calm face of the subject creates a sense of harmony. The smile on her face fits naturally with the overall feeling of the painting.
It is believed that the portrait was of Lisa Gherardini whose husband commissioned it for her. Most likely why it was titled La Gioconda or “The Lady Lisa.”
The painting was so beautiful that Napoleon himself hung her portrait in his hall for 4 years and eventually ended up falling in love with a similar looking woman who happened to be Lisa Gherardini’s descendant.
With kind of influence it has, Mona Lisa is in fact a small portrait of not more than 30×20 inches canvas size.
And this canvas as been mastered by our oil painting artists who have spent a great deal of time in learning the intricacies of Mona Lisa.
All of this just so that they could give you the opportunity to own a Mona Lisa replica.
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