Sunday, December 13, 2015

No Veil Required - Secrets of the Mona Lisa Reveal Hidden Painting(S)

Hidden portrait(s) behind the Mona Lisa
Something 'other-worldly' in the background, but she's not looking at you.
The Mona Lisa was a Leonardo Di Vinci hidden gem that only a privileged few in elite circles were aware of back in 1506!
A re-touched version which experts argue shows the left shoulder-shawl denoting royalty or god-status. A scrubbed-out hair-pin crown, used only on religious icons, and the crossed hands, perhaps holding something blue.
The inspiration!
Mona; among other definitions, is a short name in old Italian for Madonna, or noble female
Lisa; among other definitions, means oath of God, daughter or worshiper of God

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