Mona Lisa, 1503-1506, Leonardo da Vinci, Italy, oil on poplar panel, 77cmx53cm, Paris Louvre
Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" is the earliest and most complete oil painting. The level of transition is very delicate and rich, so looking very real.
Mona Lisa successfully shaped the image of a woman of city proprietary classes in the capitalist era. According to records, Mona Lisa was originally a furrier's wife, when she is only 24 years old. The picture of the Mona Lisa presents a subtle smile, revealing the inner joy between brows. Painter with superb painting skills, showing the smiling face of the female, especially slightly alice mouth, stretch smile, the Mona Lisa look calm and peaceful and meaningful. This oil painting is one of the most influential paintings in the history of art. Many artists call it a "mysterious smile."