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Mona Lisa

An art project on the Mona Lisa for 5th primary
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Darragh O'Donohoe

on 19 January 2013

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Transcript of Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci The Mona Lisa, a creation of the Renaissance painter Leonardo da Vinci, is probably the most famous and artistic creation of all time. The painting was completed sometime between the years of 1503 and 1519, and currently hangs inside the Louvre in Paris. The painting is a portrait of a very distinguished-looking woman bearing a mysterious half-smile. It continues to baffle scholars and art enthusiasts alike with its ambiguous meaning. The true identity of the woman depicted in the Mona Lisa has been a source of speculation for scholars for ages.

Some believe that the woman was Lisa del Giocondo, the wife of a famous art patron of the period. Others have contended that the model was da Vinci himself. Even if it was del Giocondo, very little is known about this woman. Mona Lisa is famous for her eyes and her
mysterious smile. For hundreds of years artists have been inspired by
the Mona Lisa and some have tried to modernise
her. Her is an example of an Art Deco Mona Lisa. Mona Lisa in the style of cubism. This style of painting
was made famous by Pablo Picasso. Mona Lisa in the style of Pop Art.
this style was made famous by Roy Lichtenstein. ...and some artists just wanted to have a bit of FUN!!! Quack! Outrageous! Gas Mask Mona. Jack Sparrow Barbie Mona. Mickey Mona. Pop Diva Mona! Meeowna Lisa! Mona Simpson. : ) Colour Grid Mona. May the force be with you... Hey that's vandalism! Indian Mona. Bubbamona! Happy St. Mona's Day! hee hee! Oink! Lego Mona. Groovy Mona. Toast Mona! Now it's your turn! The End
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