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Song Smile like Mona Lisa with photos of Mona Lisa Ha ha ha
7 Feb 2008
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With the Mona Lisa as a starting point, Joan C. Gratz took paintings by 35 artists, rendered her versions of them in colored clay, animated parts of them and morphed them into one another, Aside from Da Vinci's enigmatic portrait, the majority of the works are from the 20th Century. Gratz works in a fascinating animation technique called clay painting in which colored clay is used as if it were paint. Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase won the 1992 Academy Award for Best Animated Film. More...
28 Feb 2008
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The Mona Lisa is widely considered the greatest portrait of all time. It appears in countless advertisements, has inspired poetry, sculpture, forgeries, and theft. But seriously, why? The painting is small, only 30 x 21 inches, the color is somber, the background seems desolate and eerie, and the subject isn't anyone historically significant. So, what is all the brouhaha about? Is it really all about her mystifying gaze and a quirkly smile? Well, let's take a closer look.
22 Aug 2008
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Adam & Jamie draw a MONA LISA in 80 milliseconds
1 Sep 2008
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Mona Lisa Revealed is EXCLUSIVELY DISTRIBUTED by Microcinema DVD. To order this DVD and/or others distributed by Microcinema, go to: www.microcinemadvd**** On October 19, 2007 the news circled the globe that photographer/inventor Pascal Cotte succeeded in photographing Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” at a resolution of 240 million pixels, 8 times higher than any professional camera to date. His breakthrough images brought to light never before seen elements that have forever altered our knowledge of the world's most famous painting. With exclusive access to Cotte’s photographs and technique, as well as analysis from the world’s leading experts, we see for the first time that Leonardo may actually have painted his model with eyebrows and lashes - just one of 25 incredible secrets this fascinating documentary reveals. In English with optional French and Spanish subtitles. Bonus Feature: "The 26 Secrets of Mona Lisa" - all 25 secrets are revealed and ends with the announcement of the 26th secret revealed and only found on the DVD Special Feature: In 1911, an Italian house painter stole the painting from the Louvre Museum. Did he leave his mark on the Mona Lisa? Find out in this intriguing expose...
26 Feb 2009
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How to paint the MONA LISA with MS PAINT
31 May 2009
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here is a really simple tutorial that teaches you how to draw Mona Lisa and her famous smile. to visit the original lesson found at *******www.dragoart****/tuts/2892/1/1/how-to-draw-mona-lisa.htm the best drawing site in the world!
5 Jan 2011
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Dwa serca Mona Lisa
17 Jun 2010
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Wannabedesi**** I Mona Lisa is Indian
20 Aug 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHANCE SEALES You're watching multisource news analysis from Newsy. The eyes have it. Everything you need to know… or at least the clues. And the world famous Mona Lisa is no different. Good Morning America uncovers her hidden symbols. REPORTER: “In the right eye, he claims, are the letters ‘LV’ – Leonardo da Vinci, the man who painted her 500 years ago. And in the left eye, symbols, but they’re not as defined. ‘C’ ‘E’, maybe ‘B?’ In the bridge, is that ‘72?’” WHAT DOES IT ALL MEEEEAN?? We have four answers. First, Lalate says the letters in the left eye reveal the real life Mona. That’s if you believe researcher Silvano Vinceti. “Previous researchers had said Lisa Gherardini was the model. Vinceti disagrees, says he has determined the model’s identity, and claims his findings will be released in January.” Not so! Just ask Regis and Kelly…and ABC World News Now. Hmph…maybe not the most informed opinions of all time… LIVE! with Regis & Kelly PHILBIN: “In the right eye, appears to be the letters ‘LV,’ which could well stand for his name.” RIPA: “Louis Vuitton?” PHILBIN: “’C’ and ‘E’ or ‘B.’” RIPA: “Or it could be two ‘G’s for Gucci.” ABC MALE ANCHOR: (Photo of ABC News logos in eyes) “We took a closer look and we actually found something a little different. That’s what it says (She’s our mascot). Who knew years ago that da Vinci would be creating this for us?” FEMALE ANCHOR: “Well, she’s often to referred to as the world’s most beautiful woman, so it’s only fitting she has the world’s most beautiful show in her eyes.” Finally, an art historian on CNN argues it might just be a weird code. He says da Vinci did lots of strange stuff like carry around the painting for years, so no one could touch it. “That’s not only crazy. That’s amazing to me. I love when I hear something like that. As far as why he did those things—I think when you’re that kind of brain faced with all the other normal brains like the rest of us around him, maybe you just get bored…maybe you are writing a secret message.” Up next for the researchers….they want to dig up da Vinci’s 500-year-old body to see if his face resembled the Mona Lisa’s. Art history never sleeps, ladies and gentlemen… Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy.
14 Dec 2010
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Harry Lags - Mona Lisa
15 Jan 2017
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Here I present to you, the New Modern Day "Mona Lisa", Monae Giovani in this masterpiece of work showing the Godly powers of Elegancy. In this Classical Art of Sound, you will experience 7 Musical Records that will display a Beautiful WorkofArt which will capture your Mind, Body, Spirit and Soul and put you in a place where you've never been before in the years of our Time , creating a World of True Love , bring Inception into Reality where Dreams overcome Nightmares , Light intertwines with Darkness as the Sun and Moon Shine Equally together at once, where the Future becomes the Present and The Present is born as the Past. ~Monae Giovani~ Follow Instagram: DollFaceGiovani "Mona Lisa" Album Available Now Everywhere!!
25 Mar 2017
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