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Leonardo da Vinci invented scissors. Also, it took him 10 years to paint Mona Lisa’s lips. #DaVinci #LeonardodaVinci #MonaLisa #fact #Art #Painting
da Vinci's Mona Lisa - in the Louvre the painting is covered by several filters to protect it - funny thing is - it's so small! Tons and tons of people crowding around the seriously small painting!
Mona Lisa Leonardo Da Vinci 1000 Piece Puzzle | Assorted Fine Art | CALENDARS.COM - $14.99 Mona Lisa, portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco del Giocondo (La Gioconda or La Joconde) is a Renaissance oil portrait painted in the 16th century on a poplar panel. It is probably the most iconic and famous painting in the world. The woman facial expression is described as enigmatic.
Mona Lisa 1503–1517 by Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) #Italian #Renaissance #Painting #Art #ShermanFinancialGroup
ART - (1505) Gioconda/ Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. Louvre, Paris. Gioconda is one of the few paintings Leonardo da Vinci brought with him to France at the end of his life when he accepted an invitation from King Francois I to live at Amboise. The painting is mentioned several times in Mistress of France as La Gioconda. http://www.mistressoffrance.com
Portrait of Lisa Gherardini (Mona Lisa or La Gioconda) - Leonardo da Vinci, 1503-06 while this is a beautiful piece of art, seeing it in real life kind of sucked because it was sooooo crowded at the Louvre, and on opposite walls were huge, huge paintings by other artists that no one seemed to be paying attention to. but, still an awesome piece.
Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, he started painting it in 1503. This is Renaissance Art because of the perspective and depth in the painting. I really like this picture because of the look on her face, it really makes you wonder. I also like the background. It gives you more things to look at. Also has very good detail and depth.
History of Art: Paintings that Changed the World Leonardo da Vinci (1452—1519) Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) c. 1503-5 Musee du Louvre, Paris
The Mona Lisa is an excellent representation of Reneissance Art. Painted by genius Leonardo Da Vinci, this portrait shows a woman (although some believe to be a woman version of Da Vinci) smiling, which has baffled people for centuries. Another thing about this portrait is that if you move from side to side looking at the painting, this eyes will follow your movement. Compared to modern art, a different type of canvas, paint, and style is used. (Was it Impressionism or something else...)
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Twitter Opens Kimono On Today's Cascading Bug Outage, "It Wasn't an Attack". | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it Great example of how to handle a crisis with grace, detail and more detail. Well done Twitter! We can all learn from this example.
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This is the back of a business card. I like the "open communication" message at the bottom.
Fun business cards
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Photos, Tvglasses, Inventions, Vintage, 1963, Tvs, Tv Glasses, Google Glass
Inventor Hugo Gernsback demonstrates his TV Glasses photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1963. Could this be the prototype for Google Glass?
TV glasses invented by Hugo Gernsback (Life Magazine collection; Photo Credit: Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1963)
Television eyeglasses, 1963 - Hugo Gernsback, noted inventor, author, publisher, futurist and the creator of the modern science fiction genre wears a TV visor mock-up to illustrate something he thought would be invented in the coming years.
1963, The guy in the picture is Hugo Gernsback, noted inventor, author, publisher, futurist and the creator of the modern science fiction genre. The TV visor was a mockup he built to illustrate something he thought would be invented in the coming years. And he was right; you can buy video goggles today.
1963, television eye glasses...Grandpa...Do you remember talking about your TV glasses. We really admire you...they are a fantastic invention, but please try to wear them inside. Ok Grampy?
1963, television eyeglasses Hugo Gernsback wearing his TV Glasses in 1963 Life magazine shoot. lol early google glasses lolol
inventor Hugo Gernsback demonstrates his TV Glasses photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1963
1963, television eyeglasses Very futuristic! I like Black and White vintage photos.
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