Mona Lisa is a genius art by Leonardo Da Vinci and it is considered to be the most visited, most written about, and most satirized picture around the globe. Aside from that, it holds the Guinness World Record for the highest insurance evaluation in history, at $100 million in the year 1962. In the year 2017, it is projected at nearly $800 million.
In case you’re looking for some sort of entertainment, here’s one parody that will surely put your eyes to test. Take a look at these two images and find all the 5 differences between them. Ready? Let’s start!
Note: The solution is provided below!
Of course, it takes attentiveness to focus on the details and spot all the 5 differences. Do you think you already know the right answer? If yes, let’s check if you got the 5 differences correctly!
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So, were you able to get all of them correctly? We hope you do!
Brief Background About The Mona Lisa
The Mona Lisa became universally well-known after it was stolen in 1911. The journalists spread the news of this crime across the globe! Now, the personage painting has its own area in Louvre Museum, in Paris, France. The portrait is kept behind a secured and bulletproof glass.
In case you ever pondered who was modeling for Da Vinci painting, it was an ordinary woman who is named Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo. Mona means Madam in Italian, therefore the work of art became acknowledged as Mona Lisa.
If you’re going to take a closer look, Mona Lisa has nothing extraordinary and bizarre in her looks. In fact, her clothes are plain and in dark colors and she’s not wearing any jewelry. Nevertheless, the mystery of her smile remains unresolved. It’s her stare and the curve of lips that get people to talk about it ceaselessly.
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Based on materials from Mambee