Descripcion de la monalisa en ingles

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The Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo da Vinci between 1503 and 1506. It show’s a woman sitting i that is smiling. The forms are very realistic and perfectionists, we can see that in the facialfeatures and shadows. The Mona Lisa is a renaissance painting but with more realistic features.

In this portrait, the lady is sitting in a chair and puts his arms on the seat supports. In his hands andhis eyes can see a clear example of the blending feature, and can also highlight the game you do with the light and shadow to give the illusion of volume. Consequently, when we focus our eyes on theleft side of the box, she seems higher or more erect than if we take the center right. His face also seem to change with this change of position, because in this case the two parties do not correspondexactly.

In this portrait we can see the exceptional talent of the painter; this painting has been able to stop several enigmas as the smile or the pose of the hands. In my opinion this is whatmakes the picture so interesting and you can go to see that picture to Louvre Museum in Paris France is a masterpiece ;D.

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The Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardoda Vinci between 1503 and 1506. It show’s a woman sitting i that is smiling. The forms are very realistic and perfectionists, we can see that in the facial features and shadows. The Mona Lisa is arenaissance painting but with more realistic features.

In this portrait, the lady is sitting in a chair and puts his arms on the seat supports. In his hands and his eyes can see a clear example of theblending feature, and can also highlight the game you do with the light and shadow to give the illusion of volume. Consequently, when we focus our eyes on the left side of the box, she seems higheror more erect than if we take the center right. His face also seem to change with this change of position, because in this case the two parties do not correspond exactly.

In this portrait we can...
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