Monna Lisa by giulband ()
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Pacifica Brandani gentlewoman at the court of the city of URBINO where she died in 1511 apparently giving birth to the son of Giuliano de 'Medici Duke of Nemours of whom she was a lover. According to the latest theory it could be her and not Lisa Gherardini wife of Francesco da Giocondo. All this is interesting. But the sure thing is that she carries the secret with her in the grave while the image remains immortal.
I had previously worked on this idea then I made it more explicit, and for this I present it here, when it was exhibited in Florence in 2019 on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci.
The exhibition dedicated to the famous talented man was held in the historic center in a prestigious 1500 building in front of Palazzo De Medici, on the same occasion as the image posted last week of the Last Supper. I will probably also post the third and final image of the event soon.
Image Comments (87)
Kordouane () 6:20AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Thank you for your kind comment, take care of yourself, health is our greatest asset, friendly Kordouane.
ArtDeCroh () 6:28AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Fascinating atmosphere and image composition !! I love it!!
chasfh () Online Now! 6:38AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
She looks a little under-nourished, if you don't mind me saying so! Excellent idea and execution.
Jean_C () 6:40AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
A very scary Monna Lisa... but time is time, and death is death! An excellent representation of destiny, great creation!
marcPoser () 6:52AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
My heart almost stopped! I felt hit in my face! Nobody can stay indifferent to this picture; indeed, I am shocked, but not in a negative way. Art is to evoke emotions and self-questioning. Seeing death behind the mostly transparent skin is like seeing a messenger of our own death.
You have imagination galore, my friend!
OmniFX () 8:59AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Nice smile, lovely eyes and her hair is ravishing. Someone any young man would not mind bringing home to meet his parents. Seriously though really well done on creating her. Great Job!
Bad-Wolf () 9:10AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
I'm not sure how you manged it, but somehow this skelleton maches Monna Lisa's smile. Superb.
Cgaynor () 9:13AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
I don't think you got her smile just right. Actually, very welll done!
koyba1 () 10:23AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Very interesting idea and splendid image. A reminder that good art can affect mankind for centuries. The creators and models are long gone but the art lives on.
UteBigSmile () 10:27AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Cosa ti succede oggi, a sfigurare la povera Monna Lisa, che ha sofferto più che a sufficienza nel corso degli anni, ma io dico sempre: la bellezza è negli occhi di chi guarda!
FurNose () 10:39AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Artists where always provoking and their Art was provoking in one or the other way! You did an excellent job on this one
Koala44 () 10:41AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
She's the prettiest, I find the real one ugly, everyone has their own tastes... Very nice work.
madame () 10:45AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Amazing and very creepy Mona Lisa... love her smile ! Excellent work !!
jclP () Online Now! 10:57AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
mona lisa est passer au rayon X j espere quelle na pas attrapé le covid , excellent job
bakapo () 11:32AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Nice work! Her eyes are so expressive. This is sad and scary and yet really fascinating. I like the bandages and the warped background, too. I wish we really knew her name. Congratulations on the exhibit.
eekdog () Online Now! 11:33AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
perfect take on your version of this most famous artwork. has she visited Chernobyl ?
rbowen () 11:59AM | Tue, 14 April 2020
Amazingly done! Very interesting description. Your artistic gift is wonderful! Thank you for sharing!