lunedì 24 febbraio 2014

Allo stesso livello delle mani

PARIS.- Cecile Scaillierez, French curator in charge of the painting department of the Louvre Museum, art historian specialized in the 16th painting, poses in front of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece Mona Lisa or "La Joconde" (in French). Protected by thick, extra-clear and non-reflective glass (“the best on the market”, emphasizes Cécile Scailliérez, the curator who has been caring for the Mona Lisa for the past twenty years and has even written a book about her), La Joconde is illuminated from below by a discrete spotlight integrated into the wooden podium encircling the painting and which contains a veritable electronic arsenal. The architect placed the famous painting so that viewers’ eyes would be at the same level as the Mona Lisa’s hands.
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Anonimo ha detto...

...poi quando uno dice che i santoni dell'arte figurativa sono tutti cialtroni peggio dei preti cattolici, gli dicono che è lui che è arido.