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Battle of Anghiari by da Vinci

3 Mar

In da Vinci’s era, Battle of Anghiari was recognized as a greatest masterpiece reproduction. In 1504, already 52-year-old da Vinci and the young Michelangelo was ordered to depict magnificent war scenes in Weijiao Palace of Florence. The carefully created mural was referred to as Battle of Anghiari, which was full of the atrocities of war。

In the middle of the 16th Century, the Medici family seized the domination of Florence again. The painter Giorgio Vasari was ordered to renovate and draw six new war murals on the wall. From then on, Battle of Anghiari mysteriously disappeared.

The Battle of Anghiari

The Battle of Anghiari

In later posts, we will talk about Claude Oscar Monet paintings.

Da Vinci Leaves Words about Mona Lisa

24 Feb

Ron said, “In fact, Mona Lisa reproduction represents envy. It is quite surprising, because everyone thinks Da Vinci never leaves words about Mona Lisa. But now, it seems that he apparently left clues.” Ron also explained the unnatural bending of Mona Lisa’s right hand. He said, “This shows her contempt, meaning that she can use her own strength to oppose the God.” The eyes of Mona Lisa and the shadow patterns around her nose are like a palm tree. Then Ron said, “The painter hurts her eyes with a palm branch and olive branch and harms her ears with the laurel and the cherry tree. The triumph and truth is disgusting for Mona Lisa.” Ron said that he found similar hidden images in the paintings of the famous painter Titian, Raphael, Michelangelo, and other Renaissance masters.

It is reported that Mona Lisa is began to be painted in 1503 by Da Vinci reproductions and currently preserved in Louvre Paris. The painting Mona Lisa draws many speculations and various theories. In 2010, the Italy National Cultural Heritage Committee claimed that they found letters and numbers in the eyes of Mona Lisa.

Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa

In later posts, let’s talk about Fernando Botero reproductions.

 

Masterpiece of the Renaissance Painter Sandro Botticelli

15 Oct

In this Sandro Botticelli painting sale also painted a lot of roses which circled around the slim and soft posture of Venus in the breeze. The fresh body brimming with beautiful flowers was regarded as a challenge to the religious asceticism.

In this picture, Venus showed a sad look with inexpressible, spiritual and ideal love in her heart. Therefore, the birth did not seem to bring joy, but somewhat sadness. The painting reproductions background was a boundless sea, fertile land and forest. The footsteps of Venus did not seem to bear the weight, but were in the melody of the driving force. As the embodiment of beauty and love, Venus had serious implications.

In addition, Venus’s gesture was apparently depicted according to the classical sculpture style. For more please visit http://www.artisoo.com

 

The Birth of Venus

The Birth of Venus