Mona Lisa Women's Painting Costume
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Lisa del Giocondo was a member of the Gherardini family of Florence and Tuscany, and the wife of wealthy Florentine silk merchant Francesco del Giocondo.  The painting is thought to have been commissioned for their new home, and to celebrate the birth of their second son, Andrea.  The Italian name for the painting, La Gioconda, means 'jocund' ('happy' or 'jovial') or, literally, 'the jocund one', a pun on the feminine form of Lisa's married name, Giocondo.   In French, the title La Joconde has the same meaning.
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Clark, Kenneth (1999). "Mona Lisa". In Farago, Claire J. (ed.). Leonardo Da Vinci, Selected Scholarship: Leonardo's projects, c. 1500–1519. p.214. ISBN 978-0-8153-2935-0.
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a b Sassoon, Donald (2001). Mona Lisa: The History of the World's Most Famous Painting. HarperCollins. p.10. ISBN 978-0-00-710614-1. It is actually quite dirty, partly due to age and partly to the darkening of a varnish applied in the sixteenth century. Lotto: Christ Carrying the Cross; Holy Family with the Family of St John the Baptist; Saint Jerome in Penitence a b c Wallace, Robert (1972) . The World of Leonardo: 1452–1519. New York: Time-Life Books. pp.163–64.The Mona Lisa has survived for more than 500 years, and an international commission convened in 1952 noted that "the picture is in a remarkable state of preservation."  It has never been fully restored,  so the current condition is partly due to a variety of conservation treatments the painting has undergone. A detailed analysis in 1933 by Madame de Gironde revealed that earlier restorers had "acted with a great deal of restraint."  Nevertheless, applications of varnish made to the painting had darkened even by the end of the 16th century, and an aggressive 1809 cleaning and revarnishing removed some of the uppermost portion of the paint layer, resulting in a washed-out appearance to the face of the figure. Despite the treatments, the Mona Lisa has been well cared for throughout its history, and although the panel's warping caused the curators "some worry",  the 2004–05 conservation team was optimistic about the future of the work.  Poplar panel Nippon Television Network Corporation". Ntv.co.jp. 6 April 2005. Archived from the original on 8 October 2010 . Retrieved 21 November 2010.
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Titian: The Crowning with Thorns; The Entombment of Christ; Madonna of the Rabbit; Man with a Glove; Pardo Venus; Pastoral Concert (also attributed to Giorgione); Saint Jerome in Penitence; Woman with a Mirror Johnston, Bruce (8 January 2004). "Riddle of Mona Lisa is finally solved: she was the mother of five". The Daily Telegraph. London. Archived from the original on 11 October 2007 . Retrieved 6 October 2007. The subject's expression, which is frequently described as enigmatic, the monumentality of the composition, the subtle modelling of forms, and the atmospheric illusionism were novel qualities that have contributed to the continuing fascination and study of the work.
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Kobbé, Gustav (1916). "The Smile of the 'Mona Lisa' ". The Lotus Magazine. 8 (2): 67–74. ISSN 2150-5977. JSTOR 20543781. Nilsson, Jeff (7 December 2013). "100 Years Ago: The Mastermind Behind the Mona Lisa Heist | The Saturday Evening Post". Saturday Evening Post . Retrieved 23 July 2019. Mantegna: Crucifixion; Judgement of Solomon; Madonna della Vittoria; Parnassus; Saint Sebastian; Triumph of the Virtues