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Leonardo Da Vinci Exposed : The Revelation

Leonardo Da Vinci Exposed : The Revelation Leonardo Da Vinci is one of history’s most talented painters. In his works of art, he often implemented a technique called sfumato, which is a layering of paint to create the illusion of depth. The most well-known example of this technique is his Mona Lisa. But were these layers of paint hiding something else? The true identity of the woman known as Mona Lisa has been a mystery and a cause for debate for hundreds of years. Author Jacques Abenaim claims to have answered both these questions. In this video, Abenaim tells WatchMojo.com about his theory, which links some of history’s important players in a fascinating plot. For more information, click Here

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