THE DA VINCI WOMEN: The Untold Feminist Power of Leonardo's Art
In this work Vahland reveals how Leonardo da Vinci reinvented not only painting but how he, along with his female subjects, pushed the boundaries of female depiction. Several of his subjects, including his Mona Lisa, gaze at the viewer, giving them an authority which was withheld from women at the time. Vahland explains how this portrayal was revolutionary within its time. 32 pages of photos.
Publisher: Running Press
Size: 6¼x8¼ inches
Item #: 1940716