Religious Painting of The Virgin of Las Rocas
Study of the original work of The Virgin of the Rocks by the great Florentine master of the Italian Renaissance, Leonardo Da Vinci, painted on wood and located in the Louvre Museum. A fragment of the painting is represented, reframing only the Virgin Mary, full of tenderness and elegance, located in the center of the original composition. His gaze is directed down and to his right to look at John the Baptist boy (San Juanito), whom he welcomes with his hand. For this portrait, of great volume due to the chiaroscuro that characterizes it, mostly warm or earthy colors such as browns or oranges have been used, harmonized with colder colors such as the blue of Our Lady's cloak, of which a large red stone stands out. intense from his chest.
- Oil painting with final varnishing.
- Canvas arranged on a wooden frame.
- 41 x 33 centimeters | Vertical format.
- Sacred Art | Expressionism.