Saturday, February 6, 2016

La Scapigliata by Leonardo da Vinci

The Lady of the Dishevelled Hair also known as La Scapigliata, this painting days from approximately 1490 and is housed in the Galleria Nazionale of  Parma.

This work was left unfinished and was mentioned for the first time in the House of Gonzaga collection in 1627.

The painting is made with earth, amber and white lead on wood panel, but the woman’s expression is so romantic and pretty.
La Scapigliata by Leonardo da Vinci 

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