SELF PORTRAIT? Was Mona Lisa a self-portrait? Or did Leonardo Da Vinci paint his apprentice and male lover? Oh the mysteries! According to Wikipedia: The Mona Lisa is a half-length portrait of a woman by the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci, which has been acclaimed as "the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world." Ha! But that's only one of the theories! Completed: 1507 Location: Louvre Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Dimensions: 30.31" x 20.87" (77 cm x 53 cm) Genre: Portrait Media: Oil paint Do you want to be in my video? Awesome! I'd love to have you in it. Watch the video below for details. youtu.be Leave a comment on YouTube, G+, FB. Twitter, etc. I might mention your comment in my next video! Add Me! GOOGLE PLUS - gplus.to FACEBOOK - www.facebook.com TWITTER - www.twitter.com WEBSITE - www.valsartdiary.com d'Art Lottery! Win a print of my art! If you leave a comment under my art video on YouTube, G+ or FB you might win a print of my art. My dart will decide who the winner is. BUY MY ART To buy or commission a painting please go to my website. WEBSITE - http DOWNLOAD A COLORING BOOK from my website! Eat Your Cookies! c. 1503--1519
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