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The 'uncatchable smile' illusion in Da Vinci's Bella Principessa portrait depends on the viewing angle

The 'uncatchable smile' illusion in Da Vinci's Bella Principessa portrait depends on the viewing angle
The 'uncatchable smile' illusion in Da Vinci's Bella Principessa portrait depends on the viewing angle
Leonardo da Vini, Leonardo, da vinci, illusion, visual illusion, art, artwork, art work, painting, portrait, sfumato, spatial frequency, blur, distance, experiment, experimental, art history, Silverman, La Bella Principessa, Mona Lisa, The Mona Lisa, paint, Louvre
Soranzo, Alessandro
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Newberry, Michelle
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Soranzo, Alessandro
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Newberry, Michelle
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Soranzo, Alessandro and Newberry, Michelle (2014) The 'uncatchable smile' illusion in Da Vinci's Bella Principessa portrait depends on the viewing angle. Visual Science of Art Conference, Belgrade, Serbia. 22 - 28 Aug 2014.

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Published date: 2014
Venue - Dates: Visual Science of Art Conference, Belgrade, Serbia, 2014-08-22 - 2014-08-28
Keywords: Leonardo da Vini, Leonardo, da vinci, illusion, visual illusion, art, artwork, art work, painting, portrait, sfumato, spatial frequency, blur, distance, experiment, experimental, art history, Silverman, La Bella Principessa, Mona Lisa, The Mona Lisa, paint, Louvre

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Local EPrints ID: 420806
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/420806
PURE UUID: 7a4b07cc-59a1-4186-818c-fc525853bb0f

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Date deposited: 16 May 2018 16:30
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 18:33

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