The Secret Behind painting The Lady with an Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci

Who is not familiar with an artist and a very amazing artist and his works known by many people in the world he is Leonardo Da Vinci. Leonardo Da Vinci was a polymath intelligent with many predicates such as: painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, writer. Genius is reflected in his work as a painting maestro. More recently, a French scientist reveals 'hidden secret' behind one of his paintings.
One of the paintings are phenomenal and so amazing is you painting Lady with an Ermine The, one of four portraits of women are known to have painted the da Vinci.

What's the secret behind the painting Lady with an Ermine The?
Pascal Cote, scientists, spent 3 years using reflective light technology to analyze the painting.
As a result, it was revealed that da Vinci painted the portrait of the lady 3 times. The first without the mink, while the other two hold the animal fur but with different versions.
Cotte who is co-founder of Lumiere Technology in Paris is a pioneer in the latest technique called Layer Amplification Method (LAM).

About the painting Lady with an Ermine The very phenomenal and very strange, The Lady with an Ermine is a portrait of Cecilia Gallerani, a young woman from a castle or large manor house in Milan. She is a mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan - who chose to marry another woman named Beatrice d'Este.
The painting was estimated painted between the years 1489 and 1490. Duke is patron and the person who employs the da Vinci for 18 years of his life in Milan. Ludovico Sforza had the nickname 'white ermine'.

Initially it was suspected that carried mink beautiful woman painted on a wooden panel that is a symbol of worship. via BBC

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