The Leonardo da Vinci Gallery (Virtual Viewing)
(CLICKING ON THE IMAGE ABOVE TO ENLARGE IT. AND SEEING BELOW OF THIS PAGE FOR 3D EFFECTS.)*
Leonardo da Vinci
(Italian, 1452 - 1519)
The Artist Bio:
Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci was born in the region of Florence, Italy in 1452. He was one of the greatest figures of the Renaissance. Throughout his life, Leonardo has made special contributions to fields including invention, painting, architecture, science, mathematics, engineering, and more.
Leonardo is famous primarily as a painter. He received his art education in the studio of the well-known painter Andrea del Verrocchio. And he created world-renowned masterpieces including the oil painting Mona Lisa. Most of his early time was in Milan and later in Rome, Bologna, and Venice. Leonardo spent the last three years of his life in France and passed away in 1519.
About This Artwork**:
Title: Mona Lisa
Medium: Oil on Panel
Year: 1503 -1506 (It was completed in 1517)
Description: The Mona Lisa is the most well-known of Leonardo's works. It is respected as a classic masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance. The Italian noblewoman Lisa Gherardini (aka Lisa del Giocondo) is considered the original model of the painting. She was the wife of the Florentine merchant Francesco del Giocondo. This painting is one of the most welcome and valuable portraits ever made in human art history… (CLICKING ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT.)
About This Artwork**:
Title: The Lady with the Ermine
Medium: Oil on Board
Year: About 1489 - 1490
Description: This painting is one of the only few portraits of females painted by Leonardo. It is also one of the most important works in all of Renaissance art. The character in the painting is believed to be Cecilia Gallerani… (CLICKING ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE IT.)
** A Public Domain Artwork
- THE ICON IN THE UPPER LEFT-HAND CORNER OF THE SCREEN TO ENLARGE THE VIEWING SCREEN (THE ICON FOR REDUCING)
- THE HOTSPOT NEAR THE IMAGE TO SEE THE ARTWORK (AND TOUCHING THE HOTSPOT FOR INFORMATION)
*It's merely a virtual view, and the dimensions may be incorrect.
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