Be my guest and come and meet both Mona Lisa and Leonardo da Vinci behind the mirror of the pictorial subject.
Mark the centre of the space between the 2 eyebrows, to the bottom of the forehead. Draw a vertical line and cut the sheet in half following this line. Move the 2 pieces of the portrait apart and compare the expressions of each of the two halves of the face.
The right half of the face (left sheet) is very feminine: It is that of Mona Lisa. The other side is made to look masculine (right sheet) : It is that of Leonardo da Vinci blended into the modified features of his model.
This portrait with two merged faces irradiates strength and mystery from intense union of two beings. This union lives through the pictorial immobility, beyond the agitation of this world, beyond the notion of time. This is what I call “the breathing of postural expression” The laws of anatomical and physiological balance require a harmonization that Leonardo da Vinci mastered perfectly.
=> Fusion of the gazes of Leonardo de Vinci and Mona Lisa.
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