Paris has Gothic architecture that compliments its 24-hour scene (Strickland & Boswell 159). Found in northern central France with a climate of 77 Celsius, most of the city is mountainous.
I also discovered that in terms of media and materials, Mona Lisa has pyramid design that has living surfaces and outlines called sfumato. The process includes aspects of both watercolor and painting with dimensions of 77 cm × 53 cm (30 in × 21 in). It calls for some tactical texture that is sensual. Light, therefore, is used by the artist sparingly (Priwer & Philips 122).
I also realized that the period of painting Mona Lisa is during the Renaissance period in the 16th century when CUBISM was dominant as a style. It means the painting flourished between the 16th and 17th centuries under the political leadership of Francesco del Giocondo notably in Paris (Kemp 111). Alternatively, the visual elements that are retained from the past include the aerial perspective. However, those emphasized are the angle designs.
I equally noted that there are subject matter in Mona Lisa such as surrealist allusions that enjoy the 3D medium to communicate the deeper messages. Therefore, if want to know the subject matter, you use digital platforms that embody avant-garde symbolism and patterns. I noted the use of poplar panel that ideally reflects the climate controlled conditions that are mean expand the patterns of scientific measurement especially the metal crosspieces (Priwer & Philips 124). Overall, I observed that Da Vinci was trying to tell the world different surrealist ideas concurrently with minimal use of objects, colour, and watercolour.
In Paris, I chanced upon Da Vinci’s biography that he was born on 1452 in a peasant family in Anchiano and died in 1519 (Strickland & Boswell 155). His professional activities as an artist started actively in the 1480s when he painted Annunciation and St. Jerome