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two Mona Lisas

John R. Eyre

two Mona Lisas

which was the Giocondo"s picture? : ten direct, distinct and decisive data in favour of the Isleworth version and some recent Italian expert opinions on it.

by John R. Eyre

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Published by J.M. Ouseley in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leonardo, -- da Vinci, -- 1452-1519

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination37p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21382109M


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Mona Lisa: The History of the World's Most Famous Painting by Donald Sassoon. HarperCollins, pp., £, 17 September0 00 9Author: Guardian Staff. In an extraordinary bout of promotion, the Mona Lisa Foundation has captured incredibly wide media attention through the announcement on Thursday that they are in possession of the “earlier version” of the Mona Lisa – the portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco de Giocondo.

The announcement, ostensibly comes from a non-profit research foundation, but the directors of the. Phil lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife and two kids and is the author to Fortune in Blood and Mona Lisa's Secret.

Editorial Reviews "Mona Lisa's Secret" is a "Raiders of the Lost Ark" kind of a read, highly entertaining, and offering a mini-course in art history along the way.'Brand: Phil Philips. Table 4. Information about the three Mona Lisas 53 No one seems to know the exact origin of the Isleworth Mona Lisa, although the Mona Lisa Foundation has produced scientific proof concerning the Louvre painting and their own: this proof demonstrates.

The book is ''The Day They Stole the Mona Lisa,'' by Seymour V. Reit (Summit Books, $), and for the most part it deals with the theft of the painting from the Louvre in and its return.

In the book Mona Lisa, Inside the Painting (Jean Pierre Mohen and others, Abrams, New York) was published. It was produced after extensive technical tests performed on Mona Lisa in October and April Among other things, the aforementioned Lumiere Technology digitized the painting with the help of a special multispectral camera.

In December,two years after it was stolen from the Louvre Museum in Paris, Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece was recovered in a hotel room in Florence. This excerpt from Mona Lisa: A Life Discovered describes the dramatic scene: “La Joconde, c’est partie!” (The Mona Lisa is gone!) a guard at the Louvre gasped in horror on Tuesday, Aug   When Meyer herself died inthe "Isleworth Mona Lisa" was acquired by the international consortium that currently owns it -- and the Mona Lisa Foundation was.

Check out this great listen on Joey is the great-grandson of Vincenzo Peruggia, the man who stole the original Mona Lisa in Along with his girlfriend, Marie, an art connoisseur, he stumbles across his father's secret room, and finds himself staring at what he thinks is a replica. "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" is a song from the Elton John album Honky Château.

The lyrics were written by Bernie Taupin and is his take on New York City after hearing a gun go off near his hotel window during his first visit to the city. [citation needed] The song's lyrics were partly inspired by Ben E. King's "Spanish Harlem," written by Jerry Leiber and Phil Spector, in which he sings.

It is from Vasari that the painting received the name Mona Lisa, also known as La Gioconda in Italian or La Joconde in French. But Vasari published his book thirty-one years after Leonardo's death.

Vanished Smile The mysterious Theft of Mona Lisa 45 likes. A charming book that delves deeper into the mystique of the Mona Lisa herself Reads like a prose poem with narrative Followers:   Editorial Reviews "Nancy Kunhardt Lodge’s science fiction and fantasy novel for children, Mona Lisa's Ghost: Lucy Nightingale, Book 2, is a beautifully written, imaginative and action-packed adventure story that just happens to have one of the most intriguing young heroes I’ve come across -- and I’m thrilled to see that she’s a : Wilwahren Press.

Get this from a library. The three Mona Lisas. [Rab Hatfield] -- "In this study Rab Hatfield provides a thorough, no-nonsense analysis of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa or La Gioconda. The book begins with a consideration of the generally known sources and.

You know, people call mystery novels or thrillers 'puzzles.' I never understood that, because when I buy a puzzle, I already know what it is. It's on the box. And even if I don't, if it's a 5,piece puzzle of the 'Mona Lisa', it's not like I put the last piece in.

Review sponsored by Nancy Kunhardt Lodge The Children’s Book Review | Febru Mona Lisa’s Ghost. Written by Nancy Kunhardt Lodge. Age Range: Ages 10 and up Hardcover: pages Publisher: Wilwahren Press () ISBN: What to expect: Science fiction, mystery, fantasy, magic, Renaissance art In Mona Lisa’s Ghost, author Nancy Kunhardt Lodge delights readers.

Reit is also on thin ice when, at the end of the book, he uncovers a version of the picture in a New Jersey bank vault which he claims to be Leonardo's first Mona Lisa.

There are two autograph. Mona Lisa: The People and the Painting by Martin Kemp and Giuseppe Pallanti (OUP, £) According to some art historians, she was the artist’s assistant, Salaì, dressed in drag; according to others, she was a prostitute. Or perhaps the mistress of Giuliano de’.

The story unfolds when the novel's two principal characters, Lucy Nightingale and her brainy friend, Sam Winter watch a video in their sixth grade class concerning the Mona Lisa. Apparently, the painting had been stolen from the Louvre Museum in Paris, France, and after several months of being subjected to scientific experiments was returned to.