France: “In the hammer” copy of the Mona Lisa

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An exact copy of it Mona Liza of Leonardo da Vinci, which dates back more than 400 years, will be “hammered out” at auction in Paris, next Tuesday (9/11), months after another copy of one of the most recognizable portraits in the world was sold at a record price.

This copy is dated around 1600 and looks so much like the original, that it’s as if the artist had close access to its version Leonardo Da Vinci, pointed out the auction house Artcurial. It is estimated that the copy will be collected 150,000-200,000 euros.

“The Mona Lisa is the most beautiful woman in painting,” says his auctioneer. Artcurial, Mathieu Fournier, while the painting is publicly displayed in view of the auction. “Everyone wants to have a high quality version of the Mona Lisa.” “Leonardo da Vinci”, as the expert pointed out, “had fans, because he invented a style. He had followers, imitators “.

In June, a European collector bought another 17th-century copy of it Mona Liza against the amount of 2.9 million euros, a record for a reproduction of the work, at home auction Christie’s in Paris.

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