Friday, February 3, 2012

Found the first true copy of Mona Lisa

 The first true copy of the famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci is located in the Prado Museum in Madrid.
"Experts estimate that was made by a student of Da Vinci, in the same laboratory, While the great artist painted the original painting ."
Sources said the Museum conservators discovered beneath the black background of the painting , which was added later, the same Tuscan landscape depicted in the famous Mona Lisa at the Louvre.
The copy is in very good condition and shows the Mona Lisa much more human, probably closer to what it was, in fact, without idealization obtained from the top Italian artist, giving the famous "smile" that characterizes it.

The Prado Museum, during maintenance of the copy of the famous painting "Mona Lisa" by Leonardo Da Vinci, found that the value is even greater than we originally estimated, and is executed in the same laboratory of the great humanist while Italians he painted the original painting .
The conclusion that this copy of "Mona Lisa" was painted at the same time with the famous, but at the same laboratory by Da Vinci, is derived from the revelation, through the examination of infrared rays, and that the various corrections were added to the panel are identical to those made ​​by the great Italian master.

This discovery will be officially presented on 21 February. The table will be moved to Paris in order to be exposed in the tribute prepared by the Louvre for the "St. Anna" by Da Vinci between March 29 and June 25, so that two tables be exhibited together.

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