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"Self-portrait" by Leonardo Da Vinci is one of the most famous works of the artist, which perhaps gives viewers an idea of what the famous Renaissance artist looked like. However, some experts believe that this is a completely different person. However, this painting was painted around the time that Leonardo was about 60 years old. Many art historians are inclined to believe that the “Turin self-portrait” is one of the best works of the famous Italian artist.
The picture is made on paper using sanguine. It depicts a portrait of a man of incredible inner strength and power, but his gaze is full of some bitterness and loss of life. Perhaps this view reflects the internal state of Leonardo Da Vinci, as well as regret about the passing era of the greatest art.
As a rule, the work of great artists is often shrouded in many secrets and mysteries. The same goes for Leonardo. Experts try to find in each of his paintings some kind of hidden subtext or discover something new in the artist’s work. Undoubtedly, almost every work of the great artist and scientist carries in it something more than just aesthetic beauty.
Also, "Self-portrait" by Leonardo Da Vinci, over the secrets of which scientists have worked for more than a dozen years. Having carefully studied the paintings and sketches of the great scientist, the researchers came to the conclusion that Da Vinci made sketches or sketches for any picture. Presumably, "Self-portrait" was a sketch for the famous Gioconda.
Leonardo Da Vinci's Self Portrait is currently in the Royal Library in Turin. Unfortunately, under the influence of time and other factors, the picture is slightly damaged due to high humidity and therefore at the moment the work is not exposed.
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