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A Ray of light to solve the mystery

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The discovery of a tiny cavity in a wall in the Palazzo Vecchio in the city of Florence have built up the hopes of finding a long lost work done by the legend, Leonardo da Vinci.

A world renowned expert named Maurizio Seracini used his advanced technology to investigate historical artworks. He has found a hallow space behind Giorgio Vasari’s Fresco named the Battle of Marciano. He believed that the space was made by Vasari in order to protect the Leonardo’s portrait from getting destroyed.

In 1505, Leonardo began his vast work named the Battle of Anghiari on the same wall. After 44 years, a Florentine writer who saw it was so amazed by it that he described it as miraculous.

A British organization named the kalpa group told that it was ready to fund Mr. Seracini’s investigation but the only need was to take permission from the Florence city council. A consultant to the group named Karl Sabbagh reported that his finding have been tantalizingly positive till now and would solve the mystery.

In 1563, Vasari was commissioned by Cosimo I Medici to work on a new painting over Leonardo’s work. It was not at all clear why the battle of Anghiari was unfinished and may have been in poor condition.

The Last Supper was begun to flake as Da Vinci had difficulty with the techniques of wall painting. It was assumed for centuries that Vasari only whitewashed over the battle of Anghiari just to create a surface for his own painting.

The battle of Anghiari was so much damaged that it was impossible to repair. The most popular and bestselling novel “The Da Vinci Code” written by Dan Brown consisted the investigation done by Mr. Seracini. Laser scanners, x-ray machines and thermo graphic and radar equipment were used as devices to assemble his finding.

The final statement that Mr. Maurizio Seracini made about the painting was the answer. He answered that it would have fall apart into fragment which was at least an answer rather not reaching at any conclusion.

By FW Editor

Tags: sculptor, painter, artist

Category: Celebrities  - ( Celebrities Archive)

Date Added: 23 April '10

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