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The Mona Lisa is a small painting about two feet in height and one foot in width It is in the Vatican in Rome or perhaps in the Louvre in Paris It was painted during the Renaissance by Leonardo DaVinci an inventor scientist architect and artist It is not known of whom the painting is of or why it was made The woman in the painting exhibits some striking facial features Is she smiling or not What is that sneaky little frown that she has on her lips What did Mona and Leonardo do before working on this painting She is wearing a green dress and has very dark straight hair In the background there are trees and far away buildings and on top of it all is the sky It is the most recognized painting in the world The Mona Lisa has been re-interpreted a million times There have been so many ads featuring her so many spoofs of Mona Lisa with a mustache with bleached hair or bearing her breasts Why has this picture become so popular With every re-interpretation or spoof its popularity grows Maybe it is the fame of the artist that helps it along DaVinci is a world famous legendary figure who not only painted some of the most well known paintings ever but also is credited by some with the invention of a helicopter Paintings in the art world function very similarly to currency in our economic system The more a painting circulates the more value it gains The Mona Lisa has been circulating our world for hundreds of years Not only is this painting very old but multiple versions of it have been around since it was first painted Many consider this painting to be da Vincis most famous work It is such a subtly crafted piece of classical beauty that people of all walks of life admire it I wonder how a painting of this
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