Starting in Italy, and thinning out to the rest of Europe throughout and before the 16th century, its effect was realized in a number of fields such as science, art, music, politics, philosophy, religion, literature, and other facets of intellectual inquisition. Renaissance intellectuals applied the humanist technique in the study and explored for realism as well as human emotion in art through their work.Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa The Mona Lisa painting had a significant influence on the appreciators in different perspectives due to impressions it depicted as well as its physical outlook. The portrait influenced a different view of the paintings and emphasis on the mood. The portrait conveys a smiling woman with a backdrop background. Through the painting, the viewers could determine the mood and appreciate the beauty (Sassoon, 2006). This painting mainly depicts a theme of romance. The background reveals nature and wilderness that shows a sense of loneliness and desire for a companion. The colors used on the portrait are very distinct and outlines all the borders of the clothing and the white body of the woman. The nature of brush strokes on the portrait ensures an exclusive fineness and outstanding dexterity. This ensures that the face is fine and the color appealing to the viewers especially the lover. . Introduction to Visual Analysis and Renaissance Art.
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