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Vasari praising this Image quality : ” Any person who wishes to see just how well the art of creating a nature to imitate the freely, assured his example , because Leonardo here for all the details to create … eyes full of brilliance and wet as a live person … delicate pink nose real like … harmoniously with the red hue of the color … any man who is well to observe the throat , all thought that the pulse beats … ”

Light smile on his face vasari also explains : ” Leonardo is allegedly invited the musicians and the clown in order to enjoy a long and sad woman pose … ” . This story may be true . However, it is likely that the artist has a biography of the artist by readers entertainment purposes .

Vazari accurately describes as eyebrow , that picture is . This defect can be caused by various factors . The author described the painting as well as can be remembered or someone else’s story . The painting was well known among art lovers . Leonardo traveled from Italy to France in 1516 and was stained with the natives. According to Italian sources , after drawings by the French king Francisco I- ‘s collection was . It remains unclear when and how the painting was purchased and why Leonardo did not return it to the customer .

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