Ryan<br />Critics on Mona Lisa<br />
Subject Matter<br />Mona Lisa painting<br />
Reference<br />Leonardo began painting the Mona Lisa in 1503,<br />Mona Lisa was not well known until the mid-19th century...
Analysis<br />That Mona's eyes and her mysterious smile indicate internal or psychological action.<br />The muted colors, ...
Interpretation<br />He wanted to express his feminine side and painted the Mona Lisa with his facial characteristics and d...
Judge and conclusion<br />Greek sculptures. It reflects the fact that the early population in Greece were of Asian origin,...
Wed site<br />(wikipedia)<br />(www.eastchester.k12.ny.us)<br />(www.subliminal-video.com/mona-lisa-hidden-message)<br />(...
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  1. 1. Ryan<br />Critics on Mona Lisa<br />
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  3. 3. Subject Matter<br />Mona Lisa painting<br />
  4. 4. Reference<br />Leonardo began painting the Mona Lisa in 1503,<br />Mona Lisa was not well known until the mid-19th century <br />Critic Walter Pater<br />Mona Lisa is named for Lisa del Giocondo , a member of the Gherardini family of Florence and Tuscany and the wife of wealthy Florentine silk merchant Francesco del Giocondo . The painting was commissioned for their new home and to celebrate the birth of their second son, Andrea.<br />
  5. 5. Analysis<br />That Mona's eyes and her mysterious smile indicate internal or psychological action.<br />The muted colors, the dark colors of Mona's dress and hair contrasted with the lighter background landscape. <br />Mona Lisa is arrogant you can point to the fact that she sits proudly, clothed in a luxurious fabric and is sitting in front of a beautiful landscape that she could own. <br />her facial expression- the direction of her eyes and the smile, are what creates the effect of intrigue and mystery.<br />
  6. 6. Interpretation<br />He wanted to express his feminine side and painted the Mona Lisa with his facial characteristics and dimensions.<br />The most important person in all of our lives is ourselves if we are really honest. <br />Humans are self centred by nature <br />
  7. 7. Judge and conclusion<br />Greek sculptures. It reflects the fact that the early population in Greece were of Asian origin, those known as Pelasgians. And Etruscans are by many thought to be Greek in origin. And even today genetic studies show that their DNA is different from other Italians. So back then people like Mona Lisa must have been common.<br />Human beings thrive on mystery. People appear less interested and less motivated by those things easily explained. Why is that? One explanation is that it is the impetus to stretch the mind, body and soul in unexpected ways.<br />
  8. 8. Wed site<br />(wikipedia)<br />(www.eastchester.k12.ny.us)<br />(www.subliminal-video.com/mona-lisa-hidden-message)<br />(swordfury.wordpress.com)<br />

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