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les chercheurs ont ils percé le mystère du sourire énigmatique célèbre de la Joconde?

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les chercheurs ont ils percé le mystère du sourire énigmatique célèbre de la Joconde?

Les chercheurs de l'université britannique croient qu'ils ont débloqué le mystère de la célèbre sourire énigmatique de la Joconde - en analysant l’autre chef-d'oeuvre récemment découvert par Léonard de Vinci.

Les chercheurs de l'université britannique croient qu'ils ont débloqué le mystère de la célèbre sourire énigmatique de la Joconde - en analysant l’autre chef-d'oeuvre récemment découvert par Léonard de Vinci.

En regardant La Bella Principessa, le portrait de la fille d'un noble Milanais, les chercheurs ont trouvé des indices fascinants sur la façon dont le génie de la Renaissance a réussi à peindre la Joconde de telle manière que son sourire timide apparaît plus prononcé lorsqu'il est vu d'un angle et moins quand on les regarde directement.

Les chercheurs de l'Université de Sheffield Hallam estiment que dans le cas des deux portraits le même effet a été créé par une technique de peinture connue sous le nom «sfumato», ce qui signifie doux ou pâle en italien, dans lequel les couleurs et de teintes subtiles autour des bouches du sujets créent une illusion d'optique intelligente.

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