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Mona Lisa Painting Secrets

Pascal Cotte announced that he has found proof that Leonardo da Vinci painted the original portrait “Mona Lisa” with eyelashes and eyebrows.

Cotte examined the painting with a high-definition camera using several light spectrums, ultra-violet and infrared. The images can be seen in an exhibition called ‘Mona Lisa Secrets Revealed‘.

He magnified the portrait 24 times and found a single brushstroke of a single hair above the left brow.

Cotte’s examination led him to some additional discoveries about the mystery artwork.

It shows that the fingers of the Mona Lisa’s left hand were actually painted in a slightly different position than to see finally.

Many other findings could be made within the infrared layer of the ultra-high resolution scans.
It seems the long mystery of Mona Lisa eyebrow is solved now!

Who is Mona Lisa?

Mona Lisa, or La Gioconda (La Joconde) is a 16th century portrait painted in oil on a poplar panel by Leonardo Da Vinci during the Renaissance in Italy. The original hangs in the Musée du Louvre in Paris, France with the title ‘Portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco del Giocondo

Lisa was a member of the Gherardini family of Florence and Tuscany who married Francesco del Giocondo, a successful silk merchant.

A version of the Mona Lisa known as the Isleworth Mona Lisa and also known as the Earlier Mona Lisa was first bought by an English nobleman in 1778 and was rediscovered in 1913 by Mona Lisa (tunnetaan myös nimillä ital. La Gioconda ja ransk. La Joconde) on Leonardo da Vincin puulle vuodesta 1503 alkaen maalaama öljyvärimaalaus. 1452: Leonardo is born in Vinci, a small village in Italy. 1466: Leonardo moves to Florence and enters the shop of Andrea Verrocchio. 1472: Leonardo joins the Florentine Guild of Artists. Tags: mona, lisa, timeline, The Mona Lisa Foundation This website is dedicated to the work of The Foundation, presenting Leonardo da Vinci’s earlier version of his most celebrated , the ‘ ’. , also known as La Gioconda, is the wife of Francesco del Giocondo. This is painted as oil on wood. The original size is 77 x 53 cm (30 x 20 7/8

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