Mona Lisa

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Mona Lisa

La Gioconda, da Vinci’s enchanting portrait. [Ital. Art: Wallechinsky, 190]

Mona Lisa

enigmatic smile beguiles and bewilders. [Ital. Art: Wallechinsky, 190]
See: Mystery

Mona Lisa

(“La Gioconda’) her mysterious smile enchants the beholder. [Ital. Art: Benét 397]
See: Smiling
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If the Mona Lisa is a mob scene at the Louvre, sneak away to see other da Vinci works, including Madonna of the Rocks, Bacchus, Virgin and Child with St.
In Italy the Mona Lisa is known as La Gioconda, the Daily Mail reported.
The identity of the Mona Lisa has been debated for centuries, with speculation ranging from Leonardo's mother to Lisa Gherardini, the wife of a Florentine merchant.
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Pulitzer pointed to Leonardo's 16th-century biographer, Giorgio Vasari, himself a painter who said that Leonardo started the Mona Lisa in 1503 and "left it unfinished".
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Summary: The native town of an Italian laborer who stole the Mona Lisa from the Louvre museum in Paris 100 years ago Sunday in the art world's most famous heist will honor him with a play that portrays him as a patriot.
The long drying time of the individual layers, lasting weeks and months, explains why Da Vinci worked on the Mona Lisa for more than four years, leaving the painting unfinished, according to texts from the Renaissance period.
5metre floor painting of the Mona Lisa for people to walk on and admire in one of their shopping centres.
THE world record-breaking attempt to produce the largest ever reproduction of the Mona Lisa is set to go on display at a shopping centre.