It was painted by an American artist named Clara Hoffman. Biographical information about her is scarce. She may have been born in North Carolina in 1862, but her death date is unknown. **** Without a visual reference how can you know it's that painting? This theme is a very common one, and there m…
: Her name was Grace Gifford and her husband was Joseph Plunkett,
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The Mona Lisa
Musée du Louvre in Paris, France. In fact, Mona Lisa is owned by the french government so she will probably never leave there again.
If you are going to be in Paris for several days and plan to visit several museums, I recommend purchasing a Paris Museum Pass. It gets you int…
Vincent Van Gogh
Vincent Van Gogh
The Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo da Vinci, is perhaps the most
familiar work of art in the world. It was painted in the 16th
There is no secret behind her smile, except possibly the question
of what she is thinking. It is, however one of the most enigmatic
smiles ever painted.
The Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo Da Vinci, is an oil painting on poplar wood. The painting is 77cm x 53cm, or 31 inches x 21 inches. See the related link below. 76.8 × 53.0 cm, ( = 30.2 × 20.9 in)
Perhaps it is interesting to know that there are 28 paintings of Madonna and Clhild bt Raphael in existence. So talking about "this painting" is slightly misleading. Raphael was on the same level as Michelangelo and da Vinci during the High Italian Renaissance. Not only did these 3 artists inspire t…
Hi, you can check it out http://BISAN_UNO.myadpost.com i believe the seller has the same size as your painting of Cesar buenaventura. regards, jelHi. I have an old Cesar Buenventura painting myself and did a fair bit of research on it. First, Cesar Buen(a)ventura is one of the best known Mabini mast…
In Luke 22 Judas Betrays Jesus before the last supper.
Durer did more than one image of the Last Supper, and at least one of them has 12 apostles in it. I think that I found the one you mean... a horizontal version that seems to be a picture of after Judas Iscariot left the meal.
Location of "The Last Supper"
Leonardo da Vinci painted his famous painting, "The Last Supper," on the back wall of the dining hall at the Dominican convent of Sta Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy.
Leonardo da Vinci's most famous paintings were 'The Mona Lisa' and
'The Last Supper'.
FlorenceDonatello sculpted his marble David in Florence. He was commissioned to sculpt it for the buttresses of the Cathedral, but it was never put in place and was moved to the Palazzo Vecchio.
Donatello was commissioned for an initial sculpture of David in 1409 in marble to be placed at the…
The market will determine a value for a work like this. Sometimes markets are hot, other times, not. Contact a dealer or gallery for an estimate. They aren't free, but will be more accurate than any guess by a non-professional.
There are some online services like Ask Art that you can join for a whi…
The buyer willing to pay the most for the painting cited might be found at an auction. But most auctions don't let you have a "minimum price" or "reserve" figure in place, which is where unless a given minimum is met, you don't have to sell it.
Auction services take a large percentage from sellers.…
In Italy: La Gioconda
In France: La Joconde (Mona Lisa)
Otherwise Mona Lisa.
The subject of David as a youth slaying Goliath was popular during the Renaissance, Michelangelo created the well known statue in Florence. Donatello, Bernini and Verrocchio all created statues of David.
It rather depends on your personal tastes in both imagery and techniques.
Secret about the Mona LisaNo one is really sure of 'the secret of the Mona Lisa'. The painting was painted so long ago that we don't have very much information on where, why and who the subject was, though there are many theories. Some people believe that it is Da Vinci's portrait of himself as a fe…
I do not think it did.
people say because she was his friend but i don't know honestly. it did turn out beautiful. he painted Mona Lisa in 1503 and Vitruvian Man in about 1492. the original of Vitruvian Man is in Venice, Italy. he didn't give it to her because he loved it so much. but i think why he did will remain a mys…
The piece of work is a fresco. He most likely began with a 'cartoon' or rough sketch of the composition. This is transferred onto the wall with charcoal usually, and then the fresco process begins. This consists of applying wet plaster onto the wall and painting the picture into the plaster. Artists…
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No. Leonardo da Vinci believed on the supremacy of painting. Michelangelo believed that sculpture was the purest expression of art.
If the surface is properly prepared, elastomeric coatings make an excellent coating for t-111.
A Painting by H Matisse.
Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa and it is one of the most
famous Paintings of all time. In it you can get all the art
appreciation and can be interpreted beyond word, if one was to
write about it they could cover about five pages trying to explain
all details. It is a painting of a woman who…
Leonardo da Vinci painted the most famous one. There are hundreds of of others.
because it just is and people love the Mona Lisa an it was his mum who painted it and it was the best piece of art he ever did and he loved it
Most of these AI words have an unpronounced sound (just the letter) not a short E : as in certain (sur-tn) and curtain (kur-tn). This is similar to the schwa sound in mountain (moun-tən). Words that do have the short E are again (uh-gen) and against.
Primavera is Italian for 'Spring'. It is also the name of a painting by Sandro Botticelli.
hello my name is Jay, and i have bought a painting by Charles Burton Barber in a charity shop. its signed on the bottom right of the painting 'C Burton Barber 1893' i still do not know if this is the original painting or not and would love to get it seen by a professional but i do not where. if anyo…
yes he painted it in 1964, its pretty amazing its part of a series he painted while living in London called the Christie Series. it is based on the raping and murders of prostitutes in London by a man called john christie.
He painted Mona Lisa between 1503 (A.D.) and 1519 (A.D.). It was believe to be a painting of Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo.
It will stay in the Louvre, where they think they have found the perfect location.
The painting of The Thankful Poor by Henry Tanner is privately
owned by William H. and Camille O. Cosby. They loaned the painting
to the Smithsonian Museum of Art in 2012, but it is not on public
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No one really knows for sure. She was the wife of a wealthy Florentine banker who commissioned Leonardo to paint her portrait.
Many of the paintings are valued at a price close to $30 each. The
exact price will depend upon the exact that you have.
For writing The Da Vinci Code.
Michelangelo's models. i Michelangelo was a piecer....he pieced together his models... He also had a photographic memory... Michelangelo pieced the david from other clay models... like the hands and arms could have come from another of his models ...which have since been destroyed see web page o…
it was 120 000 grand
The Mona Lisa is a very special painting it was
painted by Leonardo da Vinci and the Mona Lisa is
priceless this means it is worth too much money.
If you are thinking of buying it, you will be disappointed. It is
not for sale. And a thing that is not for sale cannot have a price.
Some pieces of …
this painting is considered "priceless" because it is so valuable that no one can buy it it is world famous that is why it hangs in the Louvre with many, many security gadgets (human and electronic ones).
Vincenzo Peruggia's motive for stealing the Mona Lisa from the Louvre was to return the painting to Italy because he hoped the Italian government would give him a reward. Peruggia wanted to return the painting to its native land because he believed that all the Italian art in the Louvre had been sto…
What do you want to know? I really can't give you any specific information except that Ed Blouin had a gallery in the French Quarter and my in-laws purchased probably 15 paintings from him during the 70's. I don't know if he is still painting assuming that he is still living but they had several of…
Persons on David's paintingLeft background: Xanthippe, Socrates' wife, lifting her right hand and bidding a last farewell to her husband before leaving the jail on his demand. Foreground left: Plato musing and mourning, recognizable by scroll, inkpot and pen on the ground beside him. In reality he …
I think, like most art, the meaning is subjective, and only the artist could tell his specific intent, but when I look at this painting there are several possible meanings. One obvious theme is the harshness of winter and the survival drive of the wolf. I question the meaning behind the ca…
No one really knows why she is smiling, or, what she's smiling at. It is simply a portrait and perhaps Leonardo caught a glimpse of her personality in that smile.
Many of the pieces are valued at a price close to $10 to $15 each,
The amount will vary depending upon the exact piece and the
condition that it is in.
As I remember seeing the Mona Lisa on display in the Louvre, in Paris. There is no glass in the painting's frame. There is however a protective covering over the entire frame to protect it from inadvertent or intentional damage.There is no writing on the covering.SupplementThere is double bulletpr…
mona Lisa mystery
Well mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo da vinci they said that mona Lisa was not really a painting becasuse they did not found any marks of paintbrush and until now no one knows if it is real or what. based from the scientist mona Lisa painting was just printed but it is not tr…
The Louvre Museum, Paris, France
The Mona Lisa is at the Louvre because it was bought by Francois I, king of France.
Pablo Picasso painted Weeping Woman in1937. He used Oil on canvas, size was 60cm x 49cm and it was painted in Paris
It was completed in 1931.
Since there are several paintings of Jesus standing outside a door knocking, this question has various answers. Among them: - Holman Hunt - Del ParsonWarner Sallman painted the most famous.
Starry night was painted by a famous artist called Vincent Van Gogh.
Vincent van Gogh. It was painted in 1888.
Leonardo De Vinci was the greatest painter of his time and his work is revered today. He kept three paintings with him to his death. The Mona Lisa was one of them. Too precious to part with. It had the enigmatic smile of several of his works. The hands are another trademark. Shown as an expression …
His first painting was the weeping woman painted in France and went for $320.00
The above is pure nonsense. Picasso's earliest painting in a museum, was painted in 1895. The 'Weeping Woman' is from 1937.
Probably the fact that it was stolen brought international attention to it.
I believe this man is my great grandfather. I would like to discuss with you. I am legit and just want to know more about him. Do you have an email address or a way I can contact you via the message board? It would mean so much. Thanks! I have a painting by Hedley S Vickars as well. I would love to…
The current value of The Mona Lisa in 2009 is about $700 million. Source: See link below.
Yes, absolutely that was one of his most famous paintings.
he lived in germay
It took him 16 years 1503-1519.
Italian high renaissance portraiture, landscape, sculpture, photography Answer 2: I find it odd that he should have done photography. It was invented in the 1830s, when Leonardo had been dead for over 300 years.I totally agree so who ever put the first answer obviously wanted to mess someone up or …
Currently, some of the best known landscapes may be Claude Monet's haystacks and water lily series. Landscapes by Paul Cezanne are also recognizable as are those of American painters Georgia O'Keeffe and Maynard Dixon. English painters JMW Turner and Constable did some lovely landscapes; both were p…
Yes Leonardo is one of the thousands of painters who have painted this favorite Christian subject. Perhaps more famous are the ones painted by Fra Angelico or Simone Martini, both in Florence like the very early Leonardo painting.
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The beautiful artwork "Mona Lisa" was painted in the 16th century.
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Seville -- at the workshop established by his painter father,
Francisco de Zurbarán (baptized November 7, 1598 - August 27, 1664)
-- is the location of the painting "Flowers and Fruit in a China
Bowl" by Juan de Zurbarán. The Badajoz-born Baroque painter in
question (1620 - 1649) may have produced…
The exact dates are 1503-1505. 'Mona Lisa', by Leonardo da Vinci, is perhaps the most familiar work of art in the world. Finished or not finished has two answers. 1) It was completed in 1505. 2) Some people maintain it was never quite completed. He started the Mona Lisa in 1503 and finished it i…
It has if there are only eleven apostles with Jesus and they are all reclining at the table like the bible says. (Luke 22:14; John 13:12)
In Luke 22:21 Jesus says the the traitor is present at the table.
John 13:12 says nothing about this, but in John 13:26 Jesus gives a piece…
It's in a high tech safe in California.
Answer 2The most famous self portrait of his is in a museum in Torino, Italy.
Diego Velasquez painted Las Meninas in 1656-1657.
Las Meninas (The ladies-in-waiting) is a portrait done by Diego Velasquez around 1656. The center is Princess Margarita surrounded by her ladies-in-waiting. Her parents are visible in a reflection, and Velasquez has painted himself painting the portrait.
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Who is Lisa PasikalaA human being.
A number of scholars have concluded that Leonardo da Vinci began work on the portrait of Mona Lisa in Florence, Italy, in 1503 and worked on it until 1505 or 1506, finishing when he was in Rome or Milan.
The Mona Lisa is a famous 16th-century portrait by Leonardo da Vinci. The Mona Lisa's my…
Supper and the "Vitruvian Man"
sketches of the human anatomy
(Note: it is a known aspect of human visual observation that the mind will form images of "faces" and other familiar forms, even where these are not intentionally depicted. It is impossible to tell if a detail was purposely added to a painting or if it exists solely through the imagination of the vi…
van gogh painted 864 paintings .. made 1037 drawings and schetches. plus 133 schetches from letters that he made and his graphic works total ,10 plus he made 150 water colours.. in total made just over 2194 life works. However there are different results for this question so you may wish to research…