File:Mona Lisa Restored Colour. Based on newly discovered "Prado Copy" painted by pupil alongside Leonardo..jpg
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Leonardo da Vinci, C2RMF, Daniel Voshart
English: The Prado museum's 2012 restoration from DaVinci's apprentice revealed the original 1517 colour. By morphing the apprentice's portrait and background an accurate colour restoration is possible. Additional varnish/crack removal was applied to the C2RMF Mona Lisa. Eyebrows are added back 50%. By Daniel Voshart
|Date||Created between 1503 and 1517, Digital Restoration 2014|
|Source/Photographer||Modified version of Mona Lisa Center for Research and Restoration of Museums of France|
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