Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci

Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci

The picture presented in the form of a rectangular format visible image of a woman in dark clothes which is in the half-turned position. They are sitting in a chair and her hands folded together, one hand rests on pdlokotnik chair, and the other is at the top of the first.

Female shown facing the viewer. Lying woman’s hair parted and presented the audience in the form of smooth and flat, clearly visible through the transparent lies on their veil. Dress the girl on a green with thin builds and yellow sleeves in clutches. The head is slightly tucked in position.

Art critic Boris Whipper in the description of the picture said that

the face of the Mona Lisa displays Quattrocento fashion: Mona Lisa’s eyebrows shaved along with the hair on the top of the forehead.

The lower part of the picture cuts off the other half of her body, and the resulting portrait was explained. In early times the picture could have wider size and can accommodate a pair of side columns of the loggia, from which only a couple of bases of columns remain today, fragments clearly observed on the edges of the parapet. Loggia leads to the desert wilderness in the presence of meandering streams and lakes, which are surrounded by a variety of snow-capped mountains that can be seen behind all the figures.

The artist presented the Mona Lisa in a sitting position against the backdrop of beautiful scenery, and even at first glance, it greatly increased the association with the figures viewed in the distance a large mountain landscape and gives the image of the presence of extraordinary greatness.

In addition it has promoted the image of the presence of contrast in the form of increased palpably plastic character and a smooth silhouette in the presence of expiring in the foggy distance, like a landscape with the presence of bizarre rocks and prominent among them are water ducts.

Portrait of “Mona Lisa” on the right time to win the title of best of the sample relating to the portrait genre of the Italian High Renaissance.

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