Leonardo Da Vinci is a great Renaissance artist. The most important feature of his work is that he conveyed the emotions of a person with incredible accuracy and expressiveness in his paintings, carefully drawing absolutely everything, even the smallest details.
In order to finish the work, the great artist repeatedly made multiple sketches and sketches, thanks to which experts subsequently analyzed the artist’s work and made the appropriate conclusions.
The same applies to sketches of female faces. “Woman's head” is made using a silver pencil and red chalk on pink prepared paper. Some researchers and experts are inclined to believe that this Da Vinci drawing is a sketch or sketch for the more famous painting “Madonna in the Rocks”.
The picture shows a young woman in profile, with her head slightly bowed. Leonardo Da Vinci incredibly managed to convey her emotions: this is manifested in the eyes of the girl, the lines of the lips and even in the hair that flows smoothly over her shoulders.
Many researchers have spent more than a dozen years to study the paintings and works of Da Vinci. I must say that at present, disputes do not subside. However, most believe that the sketches, including the “Head of a Woman,” are sketches that the great artist did before creating a real work of art.
The sketches and sketches of Leonardo Da Vinci are invaluable as a world asset. In addition, the drafts help experts to figure out what the great artist wanted to convey through his work, what to convey to future generations and what he wanted to tell his descendants.
The artist left behind a huge number of works and paintings that are stored in various art galleries and are the greatest value among other works of art.