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Italian Renaissance Heroes Leonardo Da Vinci

18 Feb

Leonardo Da Vinci, spending his whole life for scientific research and artistic practice, the Mona Lisa reflected the painter’s observation of nature in a scientific thinking, which was the most prestigious portrait masterpiece in the history of western painting reproductions.

In this painting Mona Lisa looked very elegant and calm with a meaningful smile. The painter sought to demonstrate the richness of life and multifaceted personality psychology, and studied the smiles of facial muscles and psychological changes and reflections when relaxing from two aspects: anatomy and physiology. He depicted an ideal beauty in a specific character.

Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa

The hands were portrayed delicate, rich and dynamic. Eyes, mouth and hands were ingeniously combined with soft shadows. The background was also treated properly with difference on the left and right perspective, making the whole picture more vivid.

In later posts, let’s talk about Ivan Aivazovsky.


Another Outstanding Portrait of Da Vinci

11 Oct

This exquisite portrait painting sale depicting the noble and calm Cecilia Gallerani is one of the four pieces of female works of da Vinci (the remaining three are Mona Lisa,  The Portrait of Ginevra de’ Benci and La belle ferronnière). The process of shading is the most attractive part in this portrait paintings for sale whose light and shadow show the elegant skull and soft face of Cecilia.

Da Vinci frequently theoretically elaborates the illumination of the interior face light source. Moreover, da Vinci paintings reproduction is strongly against the light and shadow contrast and uses chiaroscuro (the equalization of light and shade) to create the indirect lighting. Indirect lighting is enabled by a screen or wall to reflect the light. For more please visit

Portrait of Cecilia Gallerani

Portrait of Cecilia Gallerani

Secrets in the Painting Mona Lisa

8 Oct

This painter named Ron Piccirillo was 37 years old. In turning Mona Lisa over, Ron happened to notice the images of buffalo. In the following two months, he concentrated on the study of Da Vinci‘s journals and drew the conclusion of hiding animal images. Ron declared that this painting represented the envy, which was one of the seven deadly sins.

Ron said, “In fact, Mona Lisa 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. For more please visit


Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa



Amazing Paintings of history: The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

29 Jul

Leonardo da Vinci was an amazing artist. He has painted some amazing history of paintings, such as The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa. In fact, he is more than an artist, he is a scientist at the same time. We are surprised to learn that many of his inventions are still used today.

Leonardo was born in 1452 in Italy. When he was a child he became interested in art. At the age of 14, da Vinci went to Florence and got an opportunity to be a student of a very successful artist at that time– Andrea del Verrocchio. Leonardo spent a lot of time hanging out with him, which had a major impact on his art career. During his 17 years in Milan, one of his most famous works The Last Supper was made. Leonardo painted The Last Supper for three years, working at the request of the Duke of Milan. After we have a general understanding of the background of da Vinci, then it is easier for us to know the theme of his work. As everyone knows, the theme is subject to the understanding and awareness of the historical environment.

The Last Supper 1498 by Leonardo Da Vinci

The Last Supper 1498

Leonardo da Vinci Artwork St Mary and Her Mother

9 Jul

The Virgin and Child with St Anne was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci on 1510. It is Oil on wood and measures 168 x 130 cm (5 1/2 x 4 1/2 ft.). The original one is now located at Musée du Louvre, Paris. Since the birth of this oil painting, it has been popular among the majority of people in the world.

This work is well famous for its complicated composition. Here the painter let St Mary sit in her mother’s knees. Although the grandmother St Anne was very young, the figure of St Anne was too large to bear this weight. But St Anne showed a kind smile to her naughty little grandson—Jesus (Jesus was trying to break down from his mother and ride the lamb). Mary seemed to have sat in an easy chair to reach out to hold Jesus. This kind of mood transfer was not very coordinated. Although all the figures were treated compact, they did not look natural and lively.

Da Vinci focused on the image of St Anne and her elaborate facial expressions. Although her female smile formula was revealed, da Vinci still pursued the highest realistic aesthetic ideal as he did in all the unknown secrets in the nature. He once said, “Nature is so popular among people and even for the same kind of trees, there is never a tree the same as itself. People also can not find another individual the same as himself.” Da Vinci required the painter to be a natural son. In his view, science and art belonged to the process of knowing the world. And this was the value of the Renaissance period.


Virgin and Child with St Anne

Virgin and Child with St Anne

Oil painting reproduction: Michelangelo Buonarroti Tomb of Pope Julius II –

17 Jun

Perhaps few things can equal the still beauty of architecture. For years, building has been an enticing subject for painters to undertake in their work. At Artisoo, we appreciate the subtle artistic qualities buildings and structures exude. In our oil painting collection of buildings and structures, we really appreciate the architectural designs that are present in our everyday lives.


Tomb of Pope Julius II


Oil painting reproduction: Michelangelo Buonarroti Tomb of Pope Julius II –