A charcoal attracting housed another workmanship accumulation for over 150 years may have been a draw for the Mona Lisa, a French craftsmanship master says Mona Lisa Nude sketch found
The charcoal picture of a bare lady, known as the Monna Vanna, was beforehand credited just to Leonardo da Vinci’s studio.
In any case, specialists have sufficiently discovered pieces of information to recommend the craftsman chipped away at both.
After tests at the Louver Exhibition hall in Paris, caretakers trust the draw is “in any event to some degree” by Leonardo.
It has been held since 1862 in the gathering of Renaissance workmanship at the Conde Gallery at the Castle of Chantilly, north of the French capital.
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was one of the considerable painters of the Italian Renaissance, and his Mona Lisa oil painting (otherwise called La Gioconda) stays one of the world’s most unmistakable and significant gems.
It is accepted to have been a commission from fabric dealer and Florentine authority Francesco del Giocondo for a representation of his significant other, Lisa Gherardini.