• peit mondrian
    mysterious artist, he kept an art diary in which he would describe everything around him, he would write back words though because he didn’t want people to understand and read his theory’s and thoughts on the world. A lot of his paintings are an unsolved mystery, like the Mona Lisa. ANNAYLISIS The...
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  • Leonardo vs Andy Warhol's Mona Lisa
    Explain how each artists style and subject matter links to the themes/ideas being explored In the painting, “Mona Lisa”, by Leonardo, the theme of the harmony between humanity and nature is established through his depiction of Mona Lisa and the use of his captivating style. Mona Lisa is drawn in...
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  • Lexicologi
    the list is the most famous painting of all time - Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa. This painting has achieved unparalleled fame and attention, either through its actual brilliance or through historic incidences. Another masterpiece is again, by Leonardo da Vinci, is The Last Supper. Made famous to...
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  • Western
    times.In Leonardo Da Vinci's painting of the Mona Lisa, a golden rectangle frames central elements in the composition. A golden triangle was also evident as a composition framing element. Leonardo used oil paint on a wood panel when he painted Mona Lisa. {Lawrence Cunningham, 2010 Edition...
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  • Renaissance Art: Comparing and Contrasting Paintings
    , and philosophy, even though to the final of his life mechanics was his furthermost worship. Da Vinci was pioneer of new techniques with his paintings, and investigated notions, for example, drawing in perspective.” (http://www.studyenglishtoday.net/leonardo-da-vinci.html) “Mona Lisa, (firstly...
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  • Liberation
    The Mona Lisa was one of the most famous paintings of its time. It was painted during the renaissance period. Its composition was and approach seemed fairly standard and simple. For its time, the composition of the Mona Lisa was ground breaking and has set new trends in painting which have been...
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  • Art Case Study
    point to the fact that she sits proudly, clothed in a luxurious fabric and is sitting in front of a beautiful landscape that she could own. And looking deeply in the painting you can see the resemblance of Mona Lisa to Leonardo Da Vinci. Clearly, he wanted to express his feminine side and painted...
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  • Art Timeline 1
    and the forms are numerous. 1. The Mona Lisa: Leonardo da Vinci The Mona Lisa is one of the most recognizable artistic paintings in the world today. The Mona Lisa also known as (La Giocenda or La Jaconde) is a 16th Century portrait painted in oil on a popular panel by an italian painter by...
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  • Mona Lisa and Last Supper
    after protests by Italian Catholics. 1. Mona Lisa, or La Gioconda, is a 16th Century oil painting on poplar wood by Leonardo da Vinci and is one of the most famous paintings in Western art history; few other works of art are as romanticized, celebrated, or reproduced. The painting shows a woman...
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  • Being a Senior HS
    Chapter II Conceptual Framework This paradigm shows about a review of Mona Lisa. It contains three speculations, Special Features, Secrets Revealed, and History. Mona Lisa has namely special features: contains about enigmatic smile, eyebrows/ eyelashes, and progress of the painting. Which...
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  • Final Paper
    expression. This paper will discuss “ The Mona Lisa” one of Da Vinci’s most famous paintings, as well as another great painting, Antonio Veneziano’s “Virgin and Child”(c. 1380). Both paintings focus on the human form and exhibit many variations of styles from lines, shading, color and possible...
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  • Langston Hughes
    painted different types of moods in his paintings. Leonardo Da Vinci most famous painting was the Mona Lisa painting. He started the painting in the year 1503. The painting was thought to be a woman name Lisa Gherardini, wife of a Florentine cloth merchant name Francesco Del Giocondo. They also said...
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  • Art History: Mona Lisa
    Mona Lisa Art History Analysis The Mona Lisa is a portrait of a woman sitting with hands crossed and staring at the viewer with slight smile. The relaxed, three-quarter pose is different from the stiff, profile portraits that were the normal at this time. The woman sits very upright with her...
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  • Michelangelo vs Da Vinci
    ” (Broude and Garrard, 59). In da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the artist showed the world that he was at the height of his capabilities. Within this exquisite painting, da Vinci perfected the method of sfumato that he first developed in The Virgin of the Rocks, as well as presented the subject in the three...
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  • Photography History
    . 2004, P.27) * Photographs and images that going to discuss in the essay In the essay it is also going to discuss other paintings such as “Mona Lisa” from Leonardo da Vinci and “The dying Seneca” from Peter Paul Rubens. Mona Lisa is painted around the 15thcentury but it was only become...
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  • Work of Italian
    three windows behind Jesus; and the shape of Jesus' figure resembles a triangle. There may have been other references that have since been lost as the painting deteriorated. -Mona Lisa- The Mona Lisa (La Gioconda or La Joconde) is a half-length portrait of a woman by Leonardo da Vinci which has...
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  • Art History 23
    Renaissance man? 2. Why is DaVinci's Mona Lisa so famous as work of art? 3. Why is the painting surrounded by mystery? 4. What technique does Leonardo use for the Mona Lisa? 5. Where is the Mona Lisa today? • View the web...
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  • Time Traveling Art Historian
    . Most interesting and what makes this painting so famous in our culture is her smile. Expression is what Leonardo believed showed the intention of one’s soul. The overall I get a kind of natural attraction to her. She almost comes alive. When Painting the Mona Lisa, Leonardo elevated himself...
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  • Mystery Monalisa
    Mona Lisa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the painting. For other uses, see Mona Lisa (disambiguation). [pic] | Mona lisa | |Italian: La Gioconda, French: La Joconde...
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  • Golden Age of Painting
    exploits, sfumato fuses the two in a harmony (Fraizer 429). Leonardo’s Mona Lisa, which is a true masterpiece painting in the history of art, exploits the combination all three techniques, atmospheric perspective, chiaroscuro, and sfumato. Hazy bluish background of atmospheric perspective is giving a...
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