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da Vinci: Study Sheets/Sketches

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    Portrait of Old Man Head of an Old Man Porfile of a Bald Man Study of Six Figures Study Head of a Horse Study Sheet Flowers Study Sheet Horse

MONA LISA

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    MONA LISA Leonardo da Vinci Louvre-Paris Lighting and or color enhancements by LJ.

MORE DA VINCI

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    PAINTINGS BY LEONARDO DA VINCI

MORE LEONARDO DRAWINGS

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    Drawing, sketches and study sheets by LEONARDO DA VINCI. Lighting effects by L. S.

ST. ANNE

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    THE VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH ST. ANNE AND THE YOUNG ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST NOTE: To avoid confusion with "Virgin of the Rocks", I've used the title: ST. ANNE... for my photo album. None of the images have been altered other than by means of basic lighting, contrasting, cropped, etc., I've used a white out or black out effect to draw viewers attention to some specific images. (BY LJ.)

VITRUVIAN MAN

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    VITRUVIAN MAN: LEONARDO DA VINCI Is it so hard to visualize the spread legs forming the shape of a compass and that both sets of feet are drawn to form a right angle, yet it almost seems too simple to suggest this was intentionally done by LEONARDO to represent the MASONIC symbol of the compass and square... Then again I find it extremely interesting to speculate if indeed it was done intentionally!

VIRGIN OF THE ROCKS

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    "VIRGIN OF THE ROCKS" Louvre-Paris Negative, reversed image turned upside down, color and lighting enhanced by LJ. Scary face?

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January 15, 2008

Comments

Mark Antony

La Jan, as always you show great perception. I learn something new whenever I visit your site!

I used to look for faces in a fire, many ones I remember seeing! I never thought though, to look for hidden images in artistic portraits. Until now, that is ;)

Take care, and I look forward to your next update.

Graham

I think your website is great! Wouldn't it be fantastic if some of Leonardo's other paintings/drawings were to be found. I hope they were not all destroyed, and someone, somewhere uncovers them.

Regards,
Graham.

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