The correct answer is option C
Mona Lisa was painted by Lionardo di ser Piero da Vinci, commonly know as Leonardo da Vinci. Born in Italy on 15th April 1452 out of wedlock, died 2nd May 1519 (aged 67), whose area of interest included invention, drawing paintings, sculpting, music, mathematics, literature. He is widely considered one of the most diversely talented individuals ever to have lived, as he was also a draftsman, an architect and engineer. Leonardo is renowned primarily as a painter.
TheMona Lisais the most famous of his works, also the most famous and the mostburlesque portrait. Mona Lisa masterpiece is painted on a poplar plank, the painting presents a woman, Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo in half-body portrait, which has as a backdrop of a distant imaginary landscape.
Mona Lisa was painted sometime between 1503 and 1519, while Leonardo was living inFlorence, and it now hangs in theLouvre museum, inParis where it remained an object of pilgrimage. It is said to be the most valuable painting in the world.
According to French heritage law, she cannot not be bought or sold as the portrait is truly priceless.
Italy is a sovereign state in Europe. It is located at the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Italy has historically been home to many different cultures. Italy is home to more World Heritage Sites than any other nation in the world. These sites are culturally essential and valued. Italy has the most beaches in Europe.
The Italian coast is so beautiful that it must be preserved and to do so the government has instituted twenty- seven Marine Parks along the country's coastline. About sixty percent of the works of art of the world are in Italy. Italy is also a big wine producer.
The collapse of the Christian Democratic party left Andreotti susceptible to prosecution on innumerable counts of corruption. In 1995, Andreotti was indicted for selling political favors to the mafia. This resulted in a massively notorious "trial of the century," which ended in Andreotti's' subsequent acquittal.
In 2002 he was; however, found guilty of ordering the murder of a journalist. He was sentenced to twenty-four years in prison. Italy's highest court overturned the conviction; other rulings found him not guilty of dealings with the mafia. He was mighty and influential in Italy.
Andreotti always denied the charges against him. He claimed to be a victim of coercion and a tool used to protect the mafia. He also had several friends in high places, such as with the Vatican throughout his career. He was also a beloved political and religious figure.